A scientific report released Tuesday backs the Army Corps of Engineers
Gas Abatement program as an important tool in reducing dissolved gas supersaturation
levels in the mainstem Columbia and Snake rivers.
The program should continue, with high priority, according to a report
by the Independent Scientific Advisory Board. The report is the latest
in series produced by the 10-member panel at the request of the Northwest
Power Planning Council.
The Council, in turn, was responding to …