A Review of Fish Passage Provisions in the License Application for the Hells Canyon Complex

Reports   /  Published 8/1/2020

The purpose of this project is to (1) review fish passage provisions described in the final license application prepared by Idaho Power Company (IPC) for operation of the Hells Canyon Complex (HCC), and (2) report findings to Idaho Rivers United and American Rivers. This report will assess (1) adequacy of the studies, (2) proposed mitigation and passage measures, and (3) information gaps. The assessment is based on the fact that fish passage should be provided at the HCC.

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Idaho Rivers United, and American Rivers

 

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