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Area Middle Klamath
Topic Temperature: Maximum Daily Ukonom Creek 1992-94
Caption:  The maximum daily water temperature of lower Ukonom Creek 2000 feet upstream of the mouth from 1992-1994 is displayed above. Ukonom Creek barely reached stressful for salmonids even in the critically dry 1994 water year. Ukonom Creek has less than a mile of anadromous salmonid habitat because of a waterfall just upstream of the mouth. However, the creek provides an important refuge area for juvenile salmon and steelhead when Klamath mainstem temperatures are stressful or lethal. Data collected by the Klamath National Forest and assimilated by Tim Mahan on behalf of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. See Info Links for more information.

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