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Resighini Rancheria and Klamath References

Resighini Rancheria key documents are linked here as well as those pertaining to the Klamath Settlement, Secretarial Decision process on Klamath dam removal, Klamath River biology and ecological restoration. Documents that reside at another website are linked at the end of the citation.

Aquatic Scientific Resources (ASR) and Wetland Research Consortium (WRC). 2005. Preliminary Research on Aphanizomenon flos-aquae at Upper Klamath Lake, OR: Investigations to Set Direction for Research of Factors with Potential for Influencing Aphanizomenon Growth at Upper Klamath Lake. Funded by the United Sates Department of the Interior, Purchase Order Number 1448-10181-04-M360 (KY). USFWS, Klamath Falls, OR. 158 p. (APFAandKlamathLake2005.pdf)

Asarian, E. J. Kann, and W. Walker. 2010. River Nutrient Loading and Retention Dynamics in Free-Flowing Reaches, 2005-2008. Final Technical Report to the Yurok Tribe Environmental Program, Klamath, CA. 59pp + appendices. (http://www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/asarian_et_al_2010_klam_nutr_dynamics_final_report_revised.pdf

Barry, P.M., Janney, E.C., Hewitt, D.A., Hayes, B.S., and Scott, A.C., 2009. Population dynamics of adult Lost River (Deltistes luxatus) and shortnose (Chasmistes brevirostris) suckers in Clear Lake Reservoir,California, 2006-08: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2009-1109,18 p.

Bartholomew, J. 2008. Ceratomyxa shasta 2007 Study Summary. Prepared for Klamath River Fish Health Symposium. Funded by BOR and OR sea Grant. Department of Microbiology, OSU, Corvallis, OR. 13 p.
http://www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/Bartholomew_2008.pdf

Bernot, M. J. and W. K. Dodds. 2005. Nitrogen retention, removal, and saturation in lotic
ecosystems. Ecosystems 8:442-453. Available online at:
http://www.biol.vt.edu/faculty/webster/linx/linx2pdfs/bernot%20and%20dodds%20eco
systems%202005.pdf>

Bisson, P. A., J. B. Dunham, and G. H. Reeves. 2009. Freshwater ecosystems and resilience of Pacific salmon: habitat management based on natural variability. Ecology and Society 14(1): 45. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss1/art45/
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Bradbury, J.P., S.M. Colman and R.L. Reynolds. 2004. The history of recent limnological changes and human impact on Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Journal of Paleolimnology 31: 151–165, 2004.

Brockbank, D.S. 2011. Testimony regarding benefits of the Klamath Hydropower Settlement Agreement for PacifiCorp rate payers versus the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission relicensing process. Dean S. Brockbank, Vice President and General Counsel of PacifiCorp Energy, Portland, OR. 25 p.

California Indian Legal Services. 2004. Letter to EPA Region 9 regarding legal basis for Resighini Rancheria Tribal authority over water resources. Letter from Stephanie Dolan CILS Directing Attorney to Joanne Asami, U.S. EPA Region 9 of January 28, 2004. California Indian Legal Services, Eureka, CA. 8 p.

California, Oregon, US DOI and PacifiCorp (CA, OR, DOI, PacifiCorp). 2008.  Agreement in Principal (to Negotiate Dam Removal). 11/13/2008. Agreement signed by all Parties.  32 p.

Caller, T., H. Farrar, J. Doolin, B. Harris and E. Stommel. A spatial analysis of ALS in New England: relationship to toxic cyanobacteria blooms.  Informa Healthcare, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Supplement 1; 10: 137-141.

Cascadia Wildlands, Center for Biological Diversity, Environmental Protection
Information Center, Lane County Audubon,  Oregon Wild, Salem Audubon Society,
Umpqua Watersheds, Inc., and WaterWatch of Oregon. 2011
.  Letter to SWRCB Clerk Jeanine Townsend re: Klamath Basin conservation organizations request the Board exercise its regulatory authority to take action on the Klamath Hydroelectric Project. May 10, 2011.  3 p.

Collison, A., W. Emmingson,, F. Everest, W. Hanneberg, R. Martston, D. Tarboton, R.
Twiss. 2003
. Phase II Report: Independent Scientific Review Panel on Sediment Impairment and Effects on Beneficial Uses of the Elk River and Stitz, Bear, Jordan and Freshwater Creeks. Performed under contract to the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Rosa, CA. 95 p.

Courter, I., J. Vaughan and S. Duery. 2010. 2010 Tule Lake Sucker Relocation Project:
Summary Report. Prepared for: The Bureau of Reclamation Klamath Basin Area Office,
Klamath Falls, OR by Cramer Fish Sciences, Gresham, OR. 11 p.

Deas, M.L. and J. Vaughn. 2007. Characterization of Organic Matter Fate and Transport in the Klamath River below Link Dam to Assess Treatment/Reduction Potential. Prepared for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Falls, OR. 167. p.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/_DEAS_Keno%20Wetlands%20Project%20Report%209-30-06a.pdf

Dileanis, P. D., S. E. Schwarzback, and J. Bennett. 1996. Detailed study of water quality, bottom sediment, and biota associated with irrigation drainage in the Klamath Basin, California and Oregon, 1990-92. U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report 95-4232. Sacramento, CA. 77 pp.
www.krisweb.com/biblio/klamath_usgs_dileanisetal_1996.pdf

Dunne, T., G. Ruggerone, D. Goodman, K. Rose, W. Kimmerer, and J. Ebersole. 2011. Draft Scientific Assessment of Two Dam Removal Alternatives on Coho Salmon and Steelhead. KBRA Expert Panel produced with assistance from PBSJ, Portland, OR. 149 p. 

Eilers, J., J. Kann, J. Cornett, K. Moser, A. St. Amand, and C. Gubala. 2001. Recent Paleolimnology of Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Submitted to the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Falls, Oregon by JC Headwaters, Inc., Roseburg, Oregon. 44 p.
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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). 2007. Final Environmental Impact Report for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project, FERC License 2082-027, Operated by PacifiCorp. FERC, Washington D.C. (Report is in 22 parts Download zipped file from Klamath Water Quality site)

Foott J.S., R. Harmon, and R. Stone. 2003. FY2002 Investigational report: Ceratomyxosis resistance in juvenile chinook salmon and steelhead from the Klamath River. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service California – Nevada Fish Health Center, Anderson, CA. www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/klamath_usfws_foottetal_2003_cerat.pdf

Gannett, M.W., Lite, K.E. Jr., La Marche, J.L., Fisher, B.J., and Polette, D.J. 2007. Ground-water hydrology of the upper Klamath Basin, Oregon and California. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5050, 84 p.

Goodman, D., M. Harvey, R. Hughes, W. Kimmerer, K. Rose, and G. Ruggerone. 2011. Scientific Assessment of Two Dam Removal Alternatives on Chinook Salmon. Final June 3, 2011.  Funded by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service but produced with assistance from Atkins Company, San Diego, CA. 172 p.

Guillen, G. 2003. Klamath River fish die-off, September 2002: Report on estimate of mortality. Report number AFWO-01-03 . U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office. Arcata, CA. 35 pp.www.krisweb.com/biblio/klamath_usfws_guillen_2003_killnumbers.pdf

Halstead, B. G. 1997. Memorandum to Bruce Gwynne of the California North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board concerning water quality in the Klamath River. Unpublished letter of 23 September 1997. US Fish and Wildlife Service. Coastal California Fish and Wildlife Office. Arcata, CA. 14 p. www.krisweb.com/biblio/klamath_usfws_halstead_1997.pdf

Hardy, T.B., R.C. Addley and E. Saraeva. 2006. Evaluation of Instream Flow Needs in the Lower Klamath River, Phase II, Final. Prepared for: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Falls, OR by the Institute for Natural Systems Engineering, Utah Water Research Laboratory, USU, Logan, UT.
NOT AVAILABLE

Higgins, P.T. 2010. KBRA/KHSA Hoopa Valley Tribe Comment Recommendations for Addition. Letter to Hoopa Fisheries Director Michael Orcutt of July 9, 2010. Patrick Higgins, Consulting Fisheries Biologist, Arcata, CA. 10 p.

Higgins, P.T. 2011. Comments on the KBRA Coho Salmon and Steelhead Expert Panel Draft Report for the Resighini Rancheria. Patrick Higgins, Consulting Fisheries Biologist, Arcata, CA. 14 p.

Higgins, P.T. 2012a. Comments on proposed U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Critical Habitat for Lost River and Shortnose Suckers.  Docket No. FWS–R8–ES-2011–0097. Letter to Division of Policy and Directives Management with CC to Laurie Sada, USFWS, Klamath Falls, OR (2/5/12) on behalf of Resighini Rancheria. Patrick Higgins, Consulting Fisheries Biologist, Arcata, CA. 5 p.

Higgins, P.T. 2012b. Summary of California Department of Fish and Game Information Regarding Permitting of May 2010 Removal from Tule Lake of Endangered Lost River and Shortnose Suckers.  Letter to Chairman Don McCovey of 5/15/12. Patrick Higgins, Consulting Fisheries Biologist, Arcata, CA. 9 p.

Hoopa Valley Tribe Environmental Protection Agency (HVTEPA). 2008. Water Quality Control Plan Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation. Approved September 11, 2002, Amendments Approved February 14, 2008. Hoopa Tribal EPA. Hoopa, CA. 285 p. www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/Final_Hoopa_WQCP_20080311-5083(18890575).pdf

Hoopa Valley Tribe v. FERC. 2010. On Petition for Review of Orders of the
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.  Case # 09-1134, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. 

Hoopa Tribal Fisheries Department. 2011a.  Letter to SWRCB Clerk Jeanine Townsend from Chairman Leonard Masten re: Hoopa Valley Tribe’s Request to Take Action on the Application for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (P-2082), April 13, 2011. HVT, Hoopa, CA. 6 p. ()

Kann, J. 2006. Microcystis aeruginosa Occurrence in the Klamath River System of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Report for the Yurok Tribe Environmental Program and Fisheries Department, Klamath, CA by Aquatic Ecosystem Sciences, Ashland, OR. 26 p.
(www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/KannFinalYurokMsaeTechMemo2-3-06.pdf)

Kann, J. 2008. Microcystin Bioaccumulation in Klamath River Fish and Freshwater Mussel Tissue: Preliminary 2007 Results. Aquatic Ecosystem Sciences LLC, Ashland, OR. 48 pp.
http://karuk.us/dnr/pdf/wqdocuments/2008_Karuk_Toxic_Cyanobacteria_summary.pdf

Kann, J. and S. Corum. 2009. Toxigenic Microcystis aeruginosa bloom dynamics and cell density/chlorophyll a relationships with microcystin toxin in the Klamath River, 2005-2008. Aquatic Ecosystem Sciences LLC. and Karuk Tribe Department of Natural Resources, Orleans, CA. 46 pp.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/2009/2008_Karuk_Toxic_Cyanobacteria_summary.pdf

Kier Associates. 1991. Long Range Plan for the Klamath River Basin Conservation Area Fishery Restoration Program. Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force. Yreka, CA.
http://www.krisweb.com/biblio/gen_usfws_kierassoc_1991_lrp.pdf

Kier Associates. 1999. Mid-term Evaluation off the Klamath River Basin Fisheries Restoration Program. Prepared for the Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task Force. Sausalito, CA.
http://www.krisweb.com/kriskootenai/krisdb/html/krisweb/biblio/gen_usfws_kierassoc_1999_klamev.pdf

King, T.F. 2004. First Salmon: The Klamath Cultural Riverscape and The Klamath River Hydroelectric Project. Performed for the Klamath River Intertribal Fish and Water Commission.  69 p.

Klamath Basin Water Users (KBWU). 2010. Klamath Basin Restoration Act and Klamath Reclamation Project Related Issues. Authors Nancy and Steve Kandra for the KBWU, Klamath Falls, OR. 2 p.

Laetz, C., D. Baldwin, T. Collier, V. Hebert, J.D. Stark, and N. Scholz. 2009. The Synergistic Toxicity of Pesticide Mixtures: Implications for Risk Assessment and the Conservation of Endangered Pacific Salmon. Environmental Health Perspectives, No. 3, Vol. 117, 348-353.

Lytle, M. 2000.  Water Quality Data Review and Wetland Size Estimate for the Treatment of Wastewaters from the Klamath Straits Drain. Draft Technical Memorandum.  July 28, 2000. United States Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Project Office, Klamath Falls, OR. 15 p.

Mantua, N. J. and S. R. Hare. 2002. The Pacific Decadal Oscillation Cycle. Journal of Oceanography, Vol. 58, pp. 35 to 44, 2002.

Mayer, T.D. 2005. Water Quality Impacts of Wetland Management in the Lower Klamath National Wildife Refuge, Oregon and California, USA. Wetlands 25: 697-712.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/_mayer_2005_Wetland%20water%20quality%20on%20Lower%20Klamath%20NWR.pdf

Mooney, H., A. Lariguaderie, E. Elmquist, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, S. Lavorel, G.M. Mace, M. A. Palmer, R. Scholes, T. Yahara. 2009. Biodiversity, climate change, and ecosystem services. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 1:46-54.

McKenna, P.L. 2006. Appeal of National Marine Fisheries Service and Department of Interior requirement for fish passage facilities by PacifiCorp. Judgment by Administrative Law Judge Hon. Parlin McKenna. Docket # NMFS 2006-01.  Decision rendered 9/29/06. 74 p.

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). 2006. Comments, Recommended Terms and Conditions, and Preliminary Prescriptions for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project, FERC Project # 2082.  Letter to Magalie Salas, FERC Secretary, from Rodney McGinnis, NMFS SW Regional Director. March 24, 2006. NMFS, Long Beach, CA. 161 p.

National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS).  2010.  Operation of the Klamath Project between 2010 and 2018.  File Number 151422SWR2008AR00148.  March 15, 2010. NMFS SW Region, Arcata, CA.  236 p.

National Research Council (NRC). 2003. Endangered and threatened fishes in the Klamath River basin: causes of decline and strategies for recovery. Committee on  endangered and threatened fishes in the Klamath River Basin, Board of Environmental Toxicology, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Washington D.C.  424 pp. (www.krisweb.com/biblio/klamath_nsa_nrc_2003.pdf)

National Research Council (NRC). 2008.  Hydrology, Ecology, and Fishes of the Klamath River Basin.  National Academy Press, Washington D.C.  272 p.

Nichols, K. and J.S. Foott. 2005. Health Monitoring of Juvenile Klamath River Chinook Salmon, FY 2004 Investigational Report. USFWS California-Nevada Fish Health Center, Red Bluff, CA.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/Nichols_Foott_Klam_Disease_2005.pdf

Nichols K. and K. True. 2007. FY 2006 Investigational Report: Monitoring incidence and severity of Ceratomyxa shasta and Parvicapsula minibicornis infections in juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in the Klamath River, 2006. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service California-Nevada Fish Health Center, Anderson, CA.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/Nichols_True_USFWS_2007.pdf

Nichols K., K. True, R. Fogerty, L. Ratcliff and A. Bolick. 2009. FY 2008
Investigational Report: Myxosporean Parasite (Ceratomyxa shasta and Parvicapsula
minibicornis) Incidence and Severity in Klamath River Basin Juvenile Chinook and Coho
Salmon, April-August 2008. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service California – Nevada Fish
Health Center, Anderson, CA.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB). 2006. Action Plan for the Shasta River Watershed Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen Total Maximum Daily Loads. North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Rosa, CA.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB). 2007. Water Quality Control Plan for the North Coast Region.  NCRWQCB, Santa Rosa, CA. 201 p.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB). 2010. Action Plan for the Klamath River TMDLs Addressing Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, Nutrient, and Microcystin Impairments in the Klamath River in California and Lost River Implementation Plan.  NCRWQCB, Santa Rosa, CA.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB). 2010a.  Review Comments KHSA Implementation Proposed Activities. Memo from NCRWQCB staff Clayton Creager to Tim Hemstreet and Linda Prendergast of PacifiCorp. 9/16/2010.  NCRWQCB, Santa Rosa, CA. 3 p.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ). 2010.  Upper Klamath and Lost River Subbasins Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and Water Quality Management Plan (WPMP).  December 2010.  ODEQ, Portland, OR. 231 p.

Oregon Wild and 23 Other Groups. 2012a. Water for National Wildlife Refuges and Endangered Species in the Klamath River Basin.  Letter to Secretary of Interior Salazar of March 27, 2012. From 24 environmental groups. 8 p.

Oregon Wild and 33 Other Groups. 2012b. Water for the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges. Letter to Secretary of Interior Salazar of September 21, 2012. Thirty four environmental groups.  9 p.

PacifiCorp. 2004. Final License Agreement for the Klamath River Hydroelectric Project, FERC #2082. PacifiCorp, Portland, OR.

PacifiCorp. 2008.  Alternative to the Joint USFWS and NMFS Preliminary Fishways Prescriptions.  PacifiCorp, Portland, OR. 124 p.

PacifiCorp. 2011.  Draft Plan for Implementing Management Strategies and Water Quality-Related Measures.  Report to the NCRWQCB, Santa Rosa, CA. PacifiCorp, Portland, OR. 

Palmer, M.A. 2010. Water Resources: Beyond Infrastructure. Nature 467:534-535.

Perkins, D., J. Kann, and G.G. Scoppettone. 2000. The role of poor water quality and fish kills in the decline of endangered Lost River and shortnose suckers in Upper Klamath Lake. U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division Report Submitted to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Klamath Falls Project Office, Klamath Falls, OR, 97603 -- Contract 4-AA-29-12160.

Quartz Valley Indian Community. 2006. Recommended Terms and Conditions for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (FERC #2082-027). Filed with FERC on March 29, 2006. Prepared with assistance from Kier Associates, Blue Lake, CA. 57 p.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/QVIC_terms_conditions_Mar_2006.pdf

Quartz Valley Indian Community. 2006. Scoping Comments on Shasta River Basin Agricultural Coho Salmon Incidental Take Permit. Submitted to CDFG, Region 1 by QVIR. ITP filed with CDFG. 20 p.
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/2009/Shasta_TMDL_ActionPlan_Comments_QVIR.pdf

Redding Searchlight. 2011. Lawmakers push to keep four hydro dams running, cite need for electricity. 2/26/2011. By Dillon Darling.  Redding, CA.
http://www.redding.com/news/2011/feb/26/push-onto-keep-4-dams-running/

Resighini Rancheria. 1998. Constitution of the Resighini Rancheria as Amended.  Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 18 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2002a. Resolution to Adopt Resighini Rancheria Tribal Solid Waste Disposal Ordinance Number 01-2002. Resolution No. 2002-13. Approved by Resighini Rancheria Tribal Council on October 15, 2002. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 48 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2002b. Resolution to Adopt the Resighini Rancheria Tribal Environmental Plan. Resolution No. 2002-14. Approved by Resighini Rancheria Tribal Council on October 15, 2002. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 48 p.   

Resighini Rancheria. 2003a. Resolution to Adopt the Interference with Tribal and Indian Property Ordinance Number 2003-01. Resolution No. 2003-05. Approved by Resighini Rancheria Tribal Council on March 7, 2003. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 9 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2003b. Resighini Rancheria Riparian Review Committee Ordinance and Policy Manual. Adopted by the Resighini Rancheria Tribal Council on April 4, 2003. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 74 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2003c. Adopting Rules for Hearings Before the Tribal Council. Resolution No. 2003-26. Approved by Resighini Rancheria Tribal Council on June 25, 2003. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 10 p

Resighini Rancheria. 2003d. Resolution to Adopt Resighini Rancheria Tribal Solid Waste Disposal Ordinance Number 04-2003. Resolution No. 2003-41. Approved by Resighini Rancheria Tribal Council on December 17, 2003. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 30 p

Resighini Rancheria. 2004a. Memo re: Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) analysis for, and the proposed de-listing of the Upper Lost River from California's 303(d) list. From Chairman Frank Down to Catherine Kuhlman, NCRWQCB Executive Director. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 9 p.www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/Resighini_Upper%20Lost%20Comments.pdf

Resighini Rancheria. 2004b. Resighini Rancheria Comments on Klamath Hydroelectric KHP, FERC No. P-2082-027 Scoping Document 1. Letter from Tribal Vice-Chair Kathy Dowd to Magalie R. Salas, FERC on. July 9, 2004.

Resighini Rancheria. 2005. Follow-up Comments Regarding December 16, 2004 Govemment-to-Govemment Meeting with FERC Representatives -- P2082-027. Letter from Resighini Racnheria Tribal Environmental Protection Authority Phil Smith to Magalie R. Salas, FERC on January 18, 2005. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath CA. 9 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2006a. Comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement, (DEIS) Klamath Hydroelectric Project, FERC Licensed Project Number 2082-027, Operated by PacifiCorp. Letter from Tribal Chairman Frank Dowd III to Magalie R. Salas, FERC on November 28, 2006. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA.50 p.

Resighini Rancheria Environmental Protection Authority. 2006b. The Resighini Rancheria Tribal Water Quality Ordinance Number 01-2002. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA.

Resighini Rancheria.2007. Resighini Rancheria Comments on PacifiCorp's Responses to Various Stakeholders on the September 2006 FERC DEIS Klamath Hydroelectric Project, FERC Licensed Project Number 2082-027, Operated by PacifiCorp. Letter from Tribal Chairman Frank Dowd III to Magalie R. Salas, FERC on April 16, 2007. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA.  34 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2011a. Comments on the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement Draft Drought Plan. Submitted April 15, 2011. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 22 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2011b. Comments on the KBRA Chinook Expert Panel Draft Report. Submitted May 10, 2011. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 8 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2011c. Request for Reinitiation of 401 Certification Process Related to the Application for the Relicensing of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (P-2082). Letter from RR Tribal Council Chair Rick Dowd to Jeanine Townsend, State Water Resources Control Board.  5 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2011d. Resighini Rancheria Comments on the Klamath
Hydroelectric Project Facilities Removal Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS)
and Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 32
p.

Resighini Resighini Rancheria. 2012a. Concern Regarding Lack of Endangered Species Act Enforcement. Letter from Chairman Donald to Secretary of the Interior Salazar of 3/26/12. Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 8 p.

Resighini Resighini Rancheria. 2012b. Resighini Rancheria California Public Records Act Request for Information Related to California Department of Fish and Game and U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service Communications Prior to April 22, 2010 Biological Opinion
Modification for Klamath Project Operations. Letter from Chairman Donald to Neil
Manji, Region 1, CDFG by the Resighini Rancheria, Klamath, CA. 6 p.

Resighini Rancheria. 2012c. Restarting the 401 Water Quality Certification Application for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project. Letter from Tribal Chair Donald McCovey to Charles Hoppin, Chair of the Sate Water Resources Control Board of 6/26/12. Resighin Rancheria, Klamath CA. 4p.

Schlosser, T. P. 2011. Dewatering Trust Responsibility: The New Klamath River Hydroelectric and Restoration Agreements. Washington Journal of Environmental Policy and Law, Summer 2011, p 42-77.

Scoppettone, G.G., S. Shea, and M.E. Buettner. 1995. Information on Population Dynamics and Life History of Shortnose Suckers (Chasmistes brevirostris) and Lost River Suckers (Deltistes luxatus) in Tule and Clear Lakes. National Biological Service, Reno Field Station, Reno, NV.

Sheets, E. 2011. Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement Drought Plan. Final Version July 11, 2011. Ed Sheets Consulting, Portland, OR and Clinton, WA. 38 p.

Shively, R.S., A.E. Kohler,  B.J. Peck, M.A. Coen, and B.S. Hayes. 2000. Water quality, benthic macroinvertebrate, and fish community monitoring in the Lost River sub-basin, Oregon and California, 1999. Report of sampling activities in the Lost River sub-basin conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Klamath Falls, OR. 96 p.

Siskiyou Daily News. 2011. Congressman McClintock speaks on Klamath, delta issues to House. March 3, 2011.  Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA.

Sjodin, A.L., W.M. Lewis Jr., and J.F. Saunders III. 1997. Denitrification as a component
of the nitrogen budget for a large plains river. Biogeochemistry 39: 327–342.

Society for Ecological Restoration (SER). 2004.  The SER International Primer on Ecological Restoration. Society for Ecological Restoration International Science & Policy Working Group. SER, Tuscon, AZ. www.ser.org/content/ecological_restoration_primer.asp

State Water Resources Control Board. 2007. Additional Information Needs for Water Quality Certification on Relicensing of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (FERC Project No. 2082). Memo to Cory Scott, PacifiCorp Project Manager from SWRCB Engineer Elizabeth Lawson. February 26, 2007.  SWRCB, Sacramento, CA. 15 p.

State Water Resources Control Board. 2008. Response to PacifiCorp’s letter regarding SWRCB comments on 2008 Water Quality Study Plan and information request for the Klamath Hydroelectric Project (FERC Project #2082). Memo to Cory Scott, PacifiCorp Project Manager from SWRCB staff Jennifer Watts. September 23, 2008.  SWRCB, Sacramento, CA. 5 p.

State Water Resources Control Board. 2010. Request for Abeyance in Processing the Water Quality Certification Application of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project. SWRCB Resolution 2010-0049.  May 18,2010.  SWRCB, Sacramento, CA. 4 p.

Stocking, R.W. and J.L. Bartholomew. 2004. Assessing links between water quality, river health and Ceratomyxosis of salmonids in the Klamath River system. Department of Microbiology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. 5 p. (81 Kb)
www.klamathwaterquality.com/documents/klamath_cShasta_Stocking_Bartholomew_2004.pdf

Stocking, R. W., R. A. Holt, J. S. Foott and J. L. Bartholomew. 2006. Spatial and temporal occurrence of the salmonid parasite Ceratomyxa shasta (Myxozoa) in the Oregon-California Klamath River Basin. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health. 18: 194-202.

Stocking, R.W. and J.L. Bartholomew. 2007. Distribution and Habitat Characteristics of Manayunkia speciosa and Infection Prevalence with the Parasite Ceratomyxa Shasta in the Klamath River, Oregon-California. Journal of Parasitology 93(l), 2007, pp. 78-88.

Stone, R., J.S. Foott, and R. Fogerty. 2007. Comparative susceptibility to infection and disease from Ceratomyxa shasta and Parvicapsula minibicornis in Klamath River basin juvenile Chinook, Coho and Steelhead populations. USFWS California Nevada Fish Health Center FY2006 Investigational Report. Red Bluff, CA. 14 p.

Sullivan, A.B., Deas, M.L., Asbill, J., Kirshtein, J.D., Butler, K., and Vaughn, J., 2009. Klamath River water quality data from Link River Dam to Keno Dam, Oregon, 2008: U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 2009-1105, 25 p.

Sullivan, A.B., D.M. Snyder, S.A. Rounds. 2010.  Controls on biochemical oxygen demand in the upper Klamath River, Oregon. Chemical Geology 269:12-21.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (U.S. BOR). 2005.  Natural Flow of the Upper Klamath River.  U.S. BOR, Klamath Falls, OR. 115 p. www.usbr.gov/mp/kbao/docs/undepleted_klam_fnl_rpt.pdf

U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. 2010. Hoopa Valley Tribe v. FERC. On Petition for Review of Orders of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.  Case # 09-1134.  Ruling issued 12/28/2010. 8 p.

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