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Published by Oregon Dept. of Forestry, U.S.D.I. Bureau of Land Management in [Salem, Or.] .
Written in English



  • Trask River (Or.),
  • Tillamook County (Or.),
  • Oregon,
  • Tillamook County.,
  • Trask River.


  • Watersheds -- Oregon -- Tillamook County.,
  • Water quality -- Oregon -- Trask River.,
  • Trask River (Or.),
  • Tillamook County (Or.)

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby E&S Environmental Chemistry, Inc. ; Kai U. Snyder ... [et al.] ; submitted to Oregon Department of Forestry and U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management ; John Hawksworth, project manager.
ContributionsSnyder, Kai U., E & S Environmental Chemistry, Inc., Oregon. Dept. of Forestry., United States. Bureau of Land Management.
LC ClassificationsGB991.O7 T73 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3727212M
LC Control Number2003373472

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Trask River Watershed Study Trask Publications –Theses Type Year Topic Area Citation MS Thesis In-stream fish cover Anderson, H. Transferability of models to predict selection of cover by coastal cutthroat Trout in small streams of Western Oregon. MS Thesis Landscape context for Trask WSS Bax, T.V. The first decent water en route is at the Barney Reservoir. From that point on expect a steady flow of creeks, streams, and rivers until you hit pavement at mile There is potable water at the Trask River County Park (just off route near mile 50), but for whatever . This watershed Assessment of the Trask River watershed (Tillamook County, Oregon) was completed using the draft Oregon Watershed Assessment Manual (10/97 version) and funded by a grant from the Governor’s Watershed Enhancement Board (GWEB). The master copy of this assessment including all maps, mylars, forms, computations and notes is housed.   The Trask Watershed Study began in It is a year, multi-million dollar study to research, monitor and quantify the effects of contemporary forest practices on the physical, chemical and.

Suspended sediment and turbidity after road construction/ improvement and forest harvest in streams of the Trask River Watershed Study, Oregon Ivan Arismendi1, Jeremiah D. Groom2, Maryanne Reiter3, Sherri L. Johnson4, Liz Dent5, Mark Meleason5, Alba Argerich6, and Arne E. Skaugset6Cited by: 5. Trask Mountain in the Northern Oregon Coast Range, is the tallest mountain in Yamhill County, Oregon. It is located in the northwest corner of the county. Evidently the mountain was named for Elbridge Trask who settled west of the peak in Tillamook County in Elevation: 3, ft (1, m)  NAVD Trask River Trask River. Wilson River Wilson River. About our Company. We are focused on bringing you entertaining fishing videos along with instructional videos to help you become a better steelhead, salmon and trout angler. We work with some of the best guides and fishing experts in the industry to bring you up to date and helpful information. A watershed analysis is an in-depth examination of a watershed’s biological and physical characteristics. A forest practices watershed analysis addresses the cumulative effects that forest practices, such as timber harvests or road buidling, may have on cultural resources and public resources, such as fish, water, and capital improvements.