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McNary and Umatilla National Wildlife Refuges Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Assessment by U S Fish & Wildlife Service - Paperback
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McNary and Umatilla National Wildlife Refuges Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Environmental Assessment by U S Fish & Wildlife Service - Paperback

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When first encountered by Lewis and Clark and early settlers, the Columbia River of the Pacific Northwest was enormous, wild, and seemingly uncontrollable. Yet for all its enormous flows, the river was nearly unusable in its native state as a source of irrigation water. Early settlers found that agriculture was nearly impossible in most of the hot, arid Columbia Plateau (Dietrich ...

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    When first encountered by Lewis and Clark and early settlers, the Columbia River of the Pacific Northwest was enormous, wild, and seemingly uncontrollable. Yet for all its enormous flows, the river was nearly unusable in its native state as a source of irrigation water. Early settlers found that

    When first encountered by Lewis and Clark and early settlers, the Columbia River of the Pacific Northwest was enormous, wild, and seemingly uncontrollable. Yet for all its enormous flows, the river was nearly unusable in its native state as a source of irrigation water. Early settlers found that agriculture was nearly impossible in most of the hot, arid Columbia Plateau (Dietrich 1995)

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    • Category: Nature
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Language of Text: English
    • Author(s): U S Fish & Wildlife Service
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • ISBN: 9781507749982
    • Number of Pages: 412
    • Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.84 inches
 

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