Washington State Wetlands Identification and Delineation Manual (Obsolete)
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|Description||This document was Washington State's official manual for delineating wetlands. Delineation manuals are used to determine the edge of a wetland based on three "parameters": water, plants, and soil.
As of March 14, 2011 this manual is no longer valid. Delineations should be done according to the currently approved federal manual and supplements. See WEB PAGE link below for more information.
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|Keywords||soil, estuaries, manual, growth, study, water, management, wetland, wetland delineation, wetlands, shoreline, shoreline management, Growth Management|
|WEB PAGE||Ecology's Wetland delineation web page|
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