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Selecting Wetland Mitigation Sites Using a Watershed Approach (Western Washington)

Publication number Date Published
09-06-032December 2009
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Appendix A: Achieving an Ecosystem Based Approach to Planning in the Puget Sound
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Author(s) Hruby, T., K. Harper, and S. Stanley
Description The goals of this guide are to improve mitigation success and to better address the ecological priorities of Washington’s watersheds. We provide specific recommendations on how to apply a watershed approach when selecting sites in western Washington and in choosing between on-site and off-site mitigation.

Appendix A is a separate document that can also be accessed above.
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Keywords site selection, watershed characterization, appendix, wetland, wetland mitigation, wetlands, mitigation
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