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Flow Summary at Three Seasonal Gaging Stations on the Little Klickitat River

Publication number Date Published
01-03-006March 2001
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Author(s) Evans, C.
Description Between June and November 2000, the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) measured flows and developed continuous stage records at three sites on the Little Klickitat River.

Monitoring was conducted in support of a Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) study developed by Ecology. The purpose of this TMDL was to characterize water temperature and to establish load and wasteload allocations for heat sources in order to meet water quality standards for surface water temperature in the basin.
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Keywords gold, WRIA 30, station, flow, temperature, study, basin, river, order, water, monitoring, waste, Total Maximum Daily Load, discharge
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 30 Klickitat