Water quality researchers from Oregon State University have been spending time during recent summers examining the John Day River in Central Oregon. Their purpose is to try to understand what optimal water quality conditions might be given the needs of game fish, irrigation and cattle grazing. A key tool in their examination is an infra-red camera which can measure water temperature from high altitude.
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Oregon Field Guide: Episode #911