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Streamflow Summary for Gaging Stations on the East Fork Lewis River, 2005-06

Publication number Date Published
09-03-002January 2009
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Author(s) Springer, C.
Description From June 2005 through November 2006, the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) conducted a streamflow assessment on the East Fork Lewis River. The assessment was conducted in support of a temperature and fecal coliform Total Maximum Daily Load study being developed by Ecology.

Continuous stage height recorders and staff gages were installed at two sites. In addition, data were used from one long-term Ecology streamflow monitoring site and one U.S. Geological Survey streamflow monitoring site, both located on the E.F. Lewis River. Potential error of streamflow data collected from the Ecology monitoring sites ranged from +/-14% to +/-30%.
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Keywords stream, WRIA 27, Columbia River, basin, river, water, Total Maximum Daily Load, flood
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 27 Lewis

Quality Assurance Project Plan: East Fork Lewis River Temperature and Fecal Coliform Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Study