A decision to begin using water from
Idaho’s Dworshak Dam for early
summer flow augmentation to help
in juvenile fish passage was sent back
Thursday to the Technical Management
Team, the Columbia River system’s
in-season management group.
TMT had considered the System Operation
Request Wednesday to maintain
flow at Lower Granite Dam on the
Snake River at a weekly average of
57,000 cubic feet per second through
July 11 and of 55 kcfs through July
18.  The SOR envisioned …

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