Big Rains In Basin: Flood Stage Streams, Involuntary Spill, Salmon Face High Flows

The “low water year” forecasted for the Columbia River basin in 2010 has seen heavy late spring precipitation push rivers and streams beyond flood stage, fill reservoirs and, perhaps, delay spawning salmon that face strong, muddy flows and huge volumes of involuntary spill at dams that roils the waters.

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