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Title

Birch Bay Watershed Characterization and Watershed Planning Pilot Study

 
Publication number Date Published
07-06-030 October 2007
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Note: April 2009 presentation on the watershed based plan for Birch Bay

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Author(s) ESA Adolfson
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
WEB PAGE Applying watershed characterization to plannning
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