Dworshak Flows Decreased As Managers Balance Flood Control With Storing Water For Salmon

Discharge flows from west-central Idaho’s Dworshak Dam is being decreased today from approximately 20,000 cubic feet per second to about 11 kcfs as a means of balancing flood control operations – carving out storage space in advance of mountain snowmelt — and flows to support spring smolt outmigration, according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers water-management officials.

Read the Full Article

Login to your account or Become a Member

More news from CBB: