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The stream below Tenkiller Dam in Okla. is home to a popular trout fishery; however, during the 2011 drought, low dissolved oxygen levels, and high water temperatures resulted in a fish kill of both trout and other types of fish. As a result of a multi-agency effort, a two-part mechanical solution was developed to prevent further fish kills below the dam.


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This work, New mechanical systems to help trout fishery below Tenkiller Dam, by Nathan Herring, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.26.2013

Date Posted:06.26.2013

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:33823

Length:00:02:12

Filename:1306/DOD_100847898.mp3

Location:US

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