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The Columbia River Basin Land Use and Land Cover
This figure appears in chapter 10 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.
Agriculture is in yellow, forests are shades of green, shrublands are gray, and urban areas are in red. The river is used for hydropower generation, flood control, agriculture irrigation, recreation, support of forest and shrubland ecosystems, and fish and wildlife habitat. Climate change may impact the timing and supply of the water resources, affecting the multiple uses of this river system. (Figure source: Northwest Habitat Institute 1999).
When citing this figure, please reference Northwest Habitat Institute 1999.
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