Efford, Ian E., 1936-

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Efford, Ian E., 1936-

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1936-

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Ian Efford was an ecologist and a professor in the University of British Columbia's Institute of Resource Ecology. He also served as director of the Marion Lake Project. Efford was asked to serve as an ecological consultant on the Skagit Valley project designed to raise the height of the Ross Dam on the Skagit River to provide more hydroelectric capacity for the City of Seattle. The proposal would have resulted in the flooding of some 5,000 acres of the Skagit Valley in British Columbia. Efford as well as numerous other interest groups opposed the development. Adverse public reaction delayed plans to flood the valley.

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