Middle Fork Willamette River Gauging Station

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Colored a distinctive milky gray by soils high in volcanic ash, the Middle Fork Willamette River, races past a riparian forest in spring. Because this section of river is immediately below Hills Creek Dam, it experiences a highly controlled flow and temperature profile. Built by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1961, flood control dams such as Hills Creek, have caused considerable ecological damage to the Willamette River.  Incredibly Hills Creek Dam was designed without a fish ladder, thus depriving the Willamette River of one  of its largest salmon spawning grounds. Willamette National Forest, Oregon West Cascades.

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Colored a distinctive milky gray by soils high in volcanic ash, the Middle Fork Willamette River, races past a riparian forest in spring. Because this section of river is immediately below Hills Creek Dam, it experiences a highly controlled flow and temperature profile. Built by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1961, flood control dams such as Hills Creek, have caused considerable ecological damage to the Willamette River.  Incredibly Hills Creek Dam was designed without a fish ladder, thus depriving the Willamette River of one  of its largest salmon spawning grounds. Willamette National Forest, Oregon West Cascades.

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