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Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Upper White Watershed Sediment and Temperature TMDL for Aquatic Habitat: Submittal Report

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
03-10-032April 2003June 2003
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Author(s) Ketcheson,Gary, Peter Leinenbach, Joanne Schuett-Hames, Tony Whiley, Cindy James
Description This TMDL covers the Upper White River watershed. For the purposes of this TMDL
we identify the beginning of this watershed as the confluence of the Greenwater River
with the White River. It includes the major tributary subwatersheds of the Greenwater
River, West Fork White and Huckleberry Creek.
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Keywords White River, creek, habitat, focus, Population, flow, temperature, 303(d), basin, river, water, sediment, watershed, TMDL, aquatic
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