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Aug 9, 2011 Worm polychaete parasite on the Klamath
Don Meamber did an excellent job digging these papers out of his email collection. I am particularly interested in the silt effects on enhancement and spread of habitat for the polychaete. I have hypothesized for more than a year now that the expanding habitat for the worm is due to sediments released by California Department of Fish and Game's removal of flashboard irrigation dams on the Shasta River, thus the concentration of habitat below where the Shasta River enters the Klamath River. I suggest the an expanded problem would arise with dams' removal on the Klamath River.
I would suggest this be added to both pienpolitics.com and Klamath Basin in Crisis websites.
Regards, John and Jennifer Menke
HERE for biography of John Menke, PhD
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: DON MEAMBER
To: John Menke
Sent: Tuesday, August 9, 2011 3:47 PM
Subject: Polychaete control
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