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Water Quality in the Agronomic Context: Flood Irrigation Impacts on Summer In-Stream Temperature Extremes in the Interior Pacific Northwest (USA)

By Chad S. Boyd, Tony J. Svejcar and Jose J. Zamora

Submitted: May 4th 2011Reviewed: October 28th 2011Published: May 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34764

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Chad S. Boyd, Tony J. Svejcar and Jose J. Zamora (May 16th 2012). Water Quality in the Agronomic Context: Flood Irrigation Impacts on Summer In-Stream Temperature Extremes in the Interior Pacific Northwest (USA), Ecological Water Quality - Water Treatment and Reuse, Kostas Voudouris, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/34764. Available from:

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