Nooksack Watershed Planning Area (WRIA 1): Prediction of Gaged Streamflows by Modeling
Nooksack Watershed Planning Area (WRIA 1): Prediction of Gaged Streamflows by Modeling (Number of pages: 110) (Publication Size: 31MB)
|Description||Since 2002, the Washington State Department of Ecology has operated 14 flow gaging stations in WRIA 1, the Nooksack River watershed planning area. This report presents:
*Regressions that predict flows for these stations, using the hydrograph separation method based on flow data from other flow monitoring stations.
*A quality assessment of the regressions.
*A review of regulatory control stations and methods to determine flow for those stations.
*A review of the ability of the TOPNET hydrologic model to measure flows at flow monitoring and regulatory control stations.
*Recommendations for the retention of flow gaging stations.
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|Keywords||stream, WRIA 1, flow, model, river, water, Water Resource Inventory Area, watershed, Puget Sound|
|WEB PAGE||River and stream flow monitoring|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack|
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