Fish Health

Blue-Green Algae Map

BGA Tracker-

Copco Reservoir is posted.

The Klamath River from Roy Rook (~RM 6) to the estuary is posted as a precautionary measure due to the presence of algal scum associated with toxigenic species.

KBMP Vision

The Klamath Basin Monitoring Program facilitates the coordination and implementation of water quality monitoring in support of the stewardship, protection, and restoration of all beneficial uses within the Klamath River watershed, with the ultimate goal of restoring water quality. Learn More

Real-Time Data

Link to Real-Time WQ Map

The table above contains provisional data provided by the USGS via the waterservices site. All data are provisional and may be recalculated before final approval. This table may take several seconds to load.

* = value 2+ hours old
**=4 or more hours

KBMP NEWS

New Webpage for California CyanoHAB Network
June 18, 2015- New webpage will provide updates, announcements, and other background info on toxic algae blooms in CA.

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Toxic Algal Blooms Behind Klamath River Dams Create Health Risks Far Downstream
June 17, 2015- New study reviews risks and origins of toxic algae blooms on the Klamath River. 

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Harmful Algae Bloom Workshop coming to HSU on July 23rd
June 10, 2015- Learn how to identify and respond to Cyanobacteria Harmful Algae Blooms at this free 1 day training.

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Drought Allows a Salmon-Killing Parasite to Thrive in the Klamath
June 9, 2015- Parasite levels are more than 10 times greater than levels known to cause fish death.

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Many New Employment Opportunities in N. California and S. Oregon
May 28, 2015- Job openings in San Francisco, Redding, Eureka, Klamath Falls, and Central Point.

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Extra Klamath River Water Releases Curtailed
May 20, 2015- No additional flows to be released down Klamath River to reduce likelihood of juvenile salmon kill. 

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Mixed Outcomes for Local Chinook Salmon
May 17, 2015- Chinook salmon populations on Eel are maintaining but on the Klamath, disease is taking a toll on juvenile Chinook.  

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Fish Health Concerns Increasing on Klamath- Readiness Level Raised to Orange
May 13, 2015- 100% prevalence of infection for fish captured in mid-Klamath. Links to Meeting Highlights and KFHAT webpage.

                     

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