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Johnson Creek Watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load -- Submittal Report

Publication number Date Published
00-10-033June 2000
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Author(s) Butkus, Wills and Hood
Description The Johnson Creek watershed covers an area of approximately 21 square miles in the north-central part of Whatcom County. The drainage area occupies about 40 percent of the total Sumas River drainage area. The Johnson Creek watershed is bounded to the north by the US-Canadian border and to the south by the mainstem of the Nooksack River.
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Keywords Whatcom, county, creek, flow, basin, river, water, watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load, flood

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