Determining the Ordinary High Water Mark for Shoreline Management Act Compliance in Washington State
Determining the Ordinary High Water Mark for Shoreline Management Act Compliance in Washington State (Number of pages: 230) (Publication Size: 19925KB)
|Author(s)||Paul S. Anderson, Susan Meyer, Dr. Patricia Olson, Erik Stockdale|
|Description||This is the updated guidance on determining the ordinary high water mark (OHWM) for consistency with the state Shoreline Management Act. This guidance describes the regulatory framework for OHWM determinations and describes methods and field indicators applicable to streams, lakes, tidal waters and associated wetlands.|
|NOTES:||This is an update on the previously published draft guidance on determining the ordinary high water mark (Ecology Publication # 08-06-001)|
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|Keywords||associated wetland, RCW 90.48, shorelands, Salish Sea, shoreline management act, sma, shoreline, RCW 90.58, OHWM, ordinary high water mark, waters of the state, Water Pollution Control Act|
|WEB PAGE||OHWM web page|
Determining the Ordinary High Water Mark on Streams in Washington State (Second Review Draft)
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