Yreka, CA: Computer model for future restoration efforts subject of Conservation District meeting

July 7, 2003

Siskiyou Daily News

YREKA, CA- Dr. Michael Deas will share his six years of research leading to the development of a computer model that predicts Shasta River water flow and temperature during a public presentation tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Miner's Inn in Yreka .

Deas will give an overview of his findings and the public can ask questions about the future use of this model reportedly helpful in both developing and planning for future restoration efforts on the Shasta River in compliance with state and federal coho regulations.

For the last six years Deas has been working with the Shasta Valley Resource Conservation District, the Shasta Valley Coordinated Resource Management Planning Council, and other landowners along the Shasta River. He has developed a computer program of the Shasta River that predicts water temperatures likely under varying conditions of flow, air temperature, shading, and tailwater.


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