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The Puget Sound Watershed Characterization Project: Volume 2 (Habitat Assessments)

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
13-06-022 February 2013 December 2013
VIEW NOW: The Puget Sound Watershed Characterization Project: Volume 2 (Habitat Assessments) (Number of pages: 206) (Publication Size: 11720KB)




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Author(s) WA Department of Fish and Wildlife
Description A coarse-scale assessment of the relative value of small drainage areas and marine shorelines for the conservation of fish and wildlife habitats in Puget Sound basin.
NOTES: The first edition of this report was published in February 2013. This second edition revises calculations in the freshwater habitats assessment, corrects some errors in the numbering of tables, corrects a figure in Appendix C, adds pseudo-code for both terrestrial and aquatic ecological integrity, and adds data dictionaries for the GIS layers containing the assessments’ results in Appendix F.
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Keywords watershed assessment, watershed characterization, habitat, Puget Sound, fish habitat, Department of Wildlife
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