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446 Index Page numbers written in italics denote illustrations. Ackerman, F., 355 adaptive management. See environmental planning Administrative Procedures Act (APA), 164 Africa, stream flows, 374 Albeni Falls, 54 alternative energy. See wind power anadromous fish: definition, 61; impact of dams on, 140; species, 48, 138; viability, 2, 5, 7-8. See also salmon Anglo-American Convention (1818), 51 Annan, Kofi, 365 Arrow Lakes: dam proposals, 20, 25, 29, 129; nutrient levels, 239. See also Keenleyside Dam (Arrow Dam) Ashton, P.J., 374 Assured Operating Plans. See Columbia River Treaty administration Bankes, Nigel, 202 Barton, James D., 3, 4, 8 B.C. Electric, 22, 26-27, 31 B.C. Hydro (British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority): and Canadian Entitlement, 295; downstream power sales, 209, 214; formation, 294; Libby Coordination Agreement, 224-25; and Mica Dam, 241-42; river operations, 55, 57, 200-201, 203; treaty administration, 53, 195-96, 261, 297 B.C.Water Act (1909), 118-19 Bennett,W.A.C.: interest in power development, 255, 291, 293-94, 302; Treaty negotiations, 18, 19, 20-22, 25, 26-29, 31, 128 Berkes, F., 353 Blumm, Michael C., 325 Bodi, Loraine F., 325 Bonner, Robert, 27 Bonneville Dam: construction, 15, 119, 127; ecosystem changes from, 335; fish ladder system, 120; flows, 50, 141; loss of salmon fisheries, 72, 75; mitigation hatcheries, 78; Second Powerhouse, 206 Bonneville Power Administration (BPA): establishment, 15-16, 57, 93; funding of Northwest Power and Conservation Council, 57, 65, 318, 319, 323, 324; hydropower management, 44, 120-21, 399; MOU with Native Americans, 63; and Northwest Power Act, 216; preTreaty negotiations, 292-95; Record of Decision for Fish Accords (2008), 325; regional vision, 292, 297; resource management, 55, 57, 318;Treaty administration, 4, 53, 85, 195-96, 261, 297 Bonneville Project Act, 300 Boundary Waters Treaty (1909): formation of IJC, 4, 19, 194, 251, 366; influence on CRT, 53; signing, 123, 251, 366; water rights and dispute resolution, 19, 51-52, 92, 123, 251 British Columbia: impacts of Treaty on, 199, 207, 214-15; as Treaty partner, 4, 194-95. See also Columbia River Treaty British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority. See B.C. Hydro Brooks, Karl Boyd, 121 Browder, Greg, 372 Brown,Aimee, 5, 9 Brown, Christopher, 288 burbot, 138 Butkus, R.A., 354, 355 California: Columbia River power to, 75, 76, 79, 90, 204-05, 259, 295; power issues in 2001, 213, 214 Canada: portion of Columbia River Basin in, 3. See also British Columbia Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement of 1988, 31 Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs:Treaty management, 55;Treaty negotiation, 59;Treaty renegotiation, 93, 94-95 Canadian Entitlement, 54, 194-95, 198, 201, 208, 211, 219, 257, 294-95, 299 Canadian Storage Power Exchange (CSPE), 198, 294-95, 297, 300 Cascade Range: precipitation, 175, 176, 180; snowpack, 175, 176, 180 Index 447 Castlegar, B.C., 235 Cayuse, 72 Celilo Falls, 3, 61, 72 Chewelah Tribe, 72 Chief Joseph Dam, 74, 126, 240 Chigas, Diana, 375 Chinook salmon: importance to Columbia River, 138; importance to Native Americans, 61-62; returns, 7, 75, 112, 138; chum, 138 Clean Water Act of 1972, 87 climate change: flood risks, 175; flow changes, 175, 176; greenhouse gases, 8; impact on dam operations, 187; impact on ecosystems, 367; precipitation changes, 8-9, 175, 178, 187; snowpack changes, 175-76, 178, 179, 187; and stream flows, 373-74; and Treaty renegotiation, 5, 87, 90, 101, 187, 228-29, 234, 267, 367; uncertainties in, 2, 5, 8-9, 45, 90, 115, 333, 346-47 Climate Impacts Group, 8-9 climatology, uncertainties in, 45, 47 Coburn, Jason, 345 Coeur d’Alene Tribe: and Celilo Falls, 73; loss of salmon fisheries, 63, 71, 73, 75, 76, 77; as River People, 70; traditional religion, 71. See also River Peoples Coho, 75, 138 Colorado River, 3-4, 45, 50, 127, 142-43 Columbia Basin Fish Accords, 46 Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, 239 Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee (CBIAC), 122 Columbia Basin Project (CBP), 120-21 Columbia Basin Trust: and Arrow Lakes hydro plant, 57; economic and environmental benefits, 299; establishment of, 66, 111, 215, 262; legislative recognition, 6, 61; and public process, 244; regional benefits, 299; resource management, 66-67; and Treaty renegotiation, 100, 307 Columbia River: drainage area, 50; flows, 43, 50-51, 192-93, 197, 251; headwaters, 43, 250; hydroelectric dams, 56; length, 43, 250; natural storage, 192, 197. See also anadromous fish; climate change; Columbia River Basin; dams; environment; natural resources management Columbia River Basin: area...

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9780870716928
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9780870716911
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830023889
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464
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2012-12-20
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English
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