Crater Lake Water Study

OPB | Feb. 1, 1998 7:30 p.m.

Crater Lake is renowned for its crystal clear water and deep blue color. It is also Oregon’s only national park and a major tourist attraction. But there is growing concern the area may be in trouble so scientists are investigating ways to preserve its fragile beauty. The Field Guide crew joins the many researchers and park rangers as they study ways to keep this national treasure intact for generations to come.

First Broadcast: 1998
Producer: Jim Newman

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Major Support Provided By:

  • Dorothy D. Gage and Dan Stanton

Additional Support Provided By:

  • Kay Kitagawa and Andy Johnson-Laird
  • Christine and David Vernier
  • Coit Family Foundation
  • Greenfield/Hartline Habitat Conservation Fund of the Nature Conservancy
  • Lois E. Jones
  • Bonnie and Peter Reagan