Mid Snake River Water Quality Studies
The Idaho Water Resources Research Institute (IWRRI) group at the University
of Idaho's Kimberly Research and Extension Center has been involved with
water quality studies on the Snake River between Milner and King Hill
(commonly known as the Mid Snake) since 1990. The focus of the research
has been the collection of water quality data related to sediment
and nutrients and their sources. The studies have been funded by the Idaho
Department of Health and Welfare Division of Environmental Quality and local
canal companies (Twin Falls Canal Company and North Side Canal Company),
with assistance by the US Bureau of Reclamation.
Study Publications and Abstracts
Coming Soon ...... RBM10 Water Quality Model
Coming Soon ...... Irrigation Information
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