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135 Bibliography (with a few annotations for more information) Abbot, Carl (2004). A century of change. In The Oregon History Project. Retrieved from http://www.ohs.org/the-oregon-history-project/narratives/ lewis-and-clark/lewis-and-clark-centennial-exposition/century-change. cfm Alexandersson, O. (2002). Living Water: Viktor Schauberger and the Secrets of Natural Energy (2nd ed.). Green Forest, AR: Newleaf Publishing Group. Alt, D., and D. W. Hyndman (1981). Roadside Geology of Oregon (2nd ed.). Missoula, MT: Mountain Press Publishing Co. Associated Press (1881, January 28). The flood! Reports from Corvallis, Salem, Oregon City, Albany, and other places in the Valley. Eugene City Guard. Retrieved from http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=hUtXAAA AIBAJ&sjid=9u8D AAAAIBAJ&pg=6212,622248&dq=the-flood-reportsfrom -corvallis&hl=en Associated Press (1943, January 4). Nine Oregonians die in Willamette flood. Los Angeles Times, pp. 1A, 2A. Associated Press (1964, December 27). Worst appears to be over. Eugene Register-Guard, p. 1A. Bauer, W. S. (1980). A case analysis of Oregon’s Willamette River Greenway Program. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Oregon State University, Corvallis. Bauer’s dissertation is an excellent summary of the Willamette Greenway Program’s genesis, its major players, and perceived success. Citing tensions between agricultural communities and supporters, as well as the challenges in coordinating various political jurisdictions, the author concludes that the program has been a limited success at best. Benner, P. Personal communication, May 11, 2010. Benner, P. (2009). The Willamette River near Corvallis: River History and Ecology. Corvallis, OR. Self published. Benner, P. A., and J. R. Sedell (1997). Upper Willamette River landscape: A historic perspective. In A. Laenen and D. A. Dunnette (eds.), River Quality: Dynamics and Restoration (pp. 23-49). New York: CRC Press, Inc. Bennett, M. (2007). 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2013-11-28
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