Birch Bay Watershed Characterization and Watershed Planning Pilot Study
Birch Bay Watershed Characterization and Watershed Planning Pilot Study (Number of pages: 142) (Publication Size: 8077KB)
Acrobat PDF format (Number of pages: 31) (Publication Size: 3MB)
Note: April 2009 presentation on the watershed based plan for Birch Bay
|Description||The Birch Bay Watershed Characterization and Watershed Planning Pilot Study is the product of a collaborative effort by local, state, and federal agencies to create a comprehensive set of watershed management recommendations using integrated watershed characterization tools and techniques.
This pilot study provides a preliminary recommendations for land use planning and resource management that will maintain–or preferably improve–the quality and condition of local wetland, stream, nearshore and terrestrial resources in the Birch Bay watershed.
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|Keywords||watershed processes, watershed characterization, Whatcom County, Whatcom, watershed|
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