Columbia River

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The Columbia River Treaty Revisited: Transboundary River Governance in the Face of Uncertainty

Archaeaplankton in the Columbia River, its estuary and the adjacent coastal ocean, USA

Asian copepods on the move: recent invasions in the Columbia–Snake River system, USA

Northwest Passage: The Great Columbia River. By William Dietrich. Maps, bibliography, index, Grand Coulee: Harnessing a Dream. By Paul Pitzer. Maps, illustrations, bibliography, notes, index and The Organic Machine: The Remaking of the Columbia River. By Richard White. Bibliographic essay, index

Comparison of hydroacoustic and net catch estimates of Pacific salmon smolt (Oncorhynchus spp.) passage at hydropower dams in the Columbia River Basin, USA

Phase Relations and Liquid Lines of Descent in Hydrous Ferrobasalt—Implications for the Skaergaard Intrusion and Columbia River Flood Basalts

Variability in the vertical distribution and advective transport of eight mesozooplankton taxa in spring in Rivers Inlet, British Columbia, Canada

Biotic and abiotic factors influencing forage fish and pelagic nekton community in the Columbia River plume (USA) throughout the upwelling season 1999–2009

Influence of the Columbia River plume (USA) on the vertical and horizontal distribution of mesozooplankton over the Washington and Oregon shelf

Secular variation of the middle and late Miocene geomagnetic field recorded by the Columbia River Basalt Group in Oregon, Idaho and Washington, USA

Dynamics of Teleaulax-like cryptophytes during the decline of a red water bloom in the Columbia River Estuary

Rufus Woods, the Columbia River, & the Building of Modern Washington. By Robert E. Ficken, The Organic Machine. By Richard White and Saving the Salmon: A History of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Efforts to Protect Anadromous Fish on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. By Lisa Mighetto and Wesley J. Ebel


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From its source In the mountains of British Columbia to its estuary on the Pacific Ocean, the Columbia River stretches for some 1,214 miles (1,954 kilometers). Its largest tributary, the ...

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