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Title

Puget Sound Watershed Characterization - Introduction to the Water Flow Assessment for Puget Sound

 
Publication number Date Published
10-06-014July 2010
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Author(s) Stephen Stanley
Description This document gives a general description of the water flow assessment, the information it provides, who could use it, and what planning processes it can support. It provides examples of how planners can use the informatioin for planning decisions and how it is currently being applied.
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Keywords water flow assessment, water flow processes, watershed characterization
WEB PAGE Puget Sound Watershed Characterization Project
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