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Focus on Dungeness River Flows - Setting and protecting flows in the Dungeness River

 
Publication number Date Published
12-11-006January 2012
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Author(s) Brian Walsh
Description The amount of water flowing in a stream (stream flows) matters to people, farmers, local businesses, and to fish and the environment. Protecting stream flows matters to our Legislature. They decided flows should be protected and gave the job to the Department of Ecology to establish flow levels that will protect streams and all the resources that depend on adequate water.
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Keywords dungeness river flows, instream flow
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 18 Elwah-Dungeness