U.S. Bureau of Reclamation apologizes to Klamath Basin biologists

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has backed off a plan to outsource jobs and apologies to  seven Klamath Basin biologists who claimed scientific misconduct. Reclamation’s Mid-Pacific Regional Director David Murillo said the biologists would not be reassigned and promised better cooperation with employees. In a letter written last fall, the employees were told by the Klamath Area Office manager they were being reassigned because of a perception they were biased and their work intentionally contradicted that produced by other agencies. continued