Cle Elum Dam Fish Passage Facilities and Fish Reindtroduction Project
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|Author(s)||Ecology & Bureau of Reclamation|
|Description||This Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) examines the environmental
consequences of alternatives to construct fish passage facilities at Cle Elum Dam,
Washington, and to reintroduce fish to the area above the dam. The purpose of the
project is to restore connectivity, biodiversity, and natural production of anadromous
salmonids. A No Action Alternative, two action alternatives for fish passage, and one
alternative for fish reintroduction were evaluated.
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|Keywords||fish passage, dam|
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