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 June 2, 2006, submitted by Lewie Baker from USGS report
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  KLAMATH RIVER WATER FLOWS  
 
KLAMATH RIVER FLOWS: CFS   20:30        4-6am 4-9:30am
  4/8/2006 4/29/2006 5/8/2006 5/13/2006 5/22/2006   6/2/06
KENO DAM 7,030 4,511 3,410 2,990 2,680
IRON GATE DAM 7,870 5,240 4,080 3,440 2,990
SIED VALLEY 9,120 10,300 7,890 8,440 6,120
ORLEANS 17,700 28,300 18,000 18,600 13,000
KLAMATH, CA 32,500 49,600 32,900 32,500 24,400
 
TRIBUTARY FLOW:  
 
WILLIAMSON RIVER 3,060 3,360 3,620 2,730 1,750
SPRAGUE RIVER 2,240 2,460 2,840 2,120 1,170
SHASTA RIVER/NR MTG    1   . 414 291 237 354 172
SCOTT RIVER 2 908 2,900 2,080 2,770 1,700
SALMON RIVER 3 2,870 7,220 4,740 4,950 3,810
TRINITY RIVER/Hoopa            4 4 10,900 17,400 11,100 11,800 11,100
S.FORK TRINITY RIVER         5 5,130 5,520 2,520 1,800 1,190
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