Report: Willamette Basin Tributaries Likely Will Become Sufficiently Warm To Threaten Salmonids

During the next 85 years, temperatures in Oregon’s Willamette River basin are expected to rise significantly, mountain snowpack levels will shrink dramatically, and the population of the region and urban water use may double – but there should be enough water to meet human needs, a new report concludes.

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