Columbia River System Operations
Comment & Response

Cover Letter
Carbon Sequestration
Barging Wheat
Barging Salmon and Steelhead
Survival of Salmon and Steelhead
Juvenile Survival through Hydrosystem
     Water Temperature
     Predation by Birds
Ocean Conditions
Greenhouse Gases
An Adequate Power Supply
An Economic Power Supply
A Reliable Power Supply
An Efficient Power Supply
Potatoes, Apples & Grapes
Petroleum to Pasco
Orca and Idaho's Chinook
Flex Spill to 125% TDG
Breach Lower Snake River Embankments
Social Effects
Cultural Resources
Environmental Justice

bluefish had 45 days to prepare the following comment
Juvenile Survival through Hydrosystem, comment by, response by

Federal Response: Thank you for your comment.

SAD -- bluefish counter response:
Good to notice that in-river survival of Chinook has improved by only 2% (4% for wild). That's not much to show for decades of effort and billions of dollars fueling a salmon recovery industry. Meanwhile, critically endangered SRKW that depend upon Chinook, are starving to death.