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Protecting Aquatic Ecosystems: A Guide for Puget Sound Planners to Understand Watershed Processes

 
Publication number Date Published
05-06-027December 2005
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Author(s) Stephen Stanley, Jenny Brown, Susan Grigsby
Description This document provides guidance for Puget Sound planners, resource managers, and consultants on how to better protect aquatic ecosystems, such as lakes, rivers, wetlands, and estuaries, by including information about watershed processes in resource management plans and regulatory actions.
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Keywords sma, lakes, watershed, wetland, wetlands, shoreline management, Shoreline Master Program, smp, aquatic, aquatic ecosystem
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