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Groundwater Contributions to Siebert Creek (Clallam County) During the Summer of 2003

Publication number Date Published
04-03-021May 2004
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Author(s) Larson, A.
Description Siebert Creek in Clallam County was divided into seven reaches to investigate the interaction of groundwater and streamflow. Six of the reaches were determined to be gaining reaches with groundwater discharging to the stream. Reach 1, below Old Olympic Highway, receives the greatest contribution (per channel mile) from groundwater. Reach 2, between Highway 101 and Old Olympic Highway, is a losing reach with streamflow recharging the groundwater.
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Keywords highway, county, creek, flow, water, groundwater
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