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A Guide to Instream Flow Setting in Washington State (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
03-11-007March 2003
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Author(s) Lynne Geller, Keith Phillips
Description This publication is intended for use by watershed planning and other groups developing recommendations for instream flows. It discusses the existing statutory requirements, how to assess instream flow needs and develop instream flow recommendations, and finally the rule-making process itself. Common assessment methods are also examined.
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Keywords stream, rule, flow, plan, water, watershed, watershed planning, instream flow
WEB PAGE Instream Flows in Washington

2003 Report to the Legislature: Instream Flow Setting Progress across the State