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Assessment of Surface Water / Groundwater Interactions and Associated Nutrient Fluxes in the Deschutes River and Percival Creek Watersheds, Thurston County

 
Publication number Date Published
07-03-002January 2007
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Author(s) Sinclair, K.A. and D.B. Bilhimer
Description During the summer of 2003, the Department of Ecology’s Environmental Assessment Program undertook a variety of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) field studies affecting the Deschutes River and Percival Creek watersheds. These studies were to assess current stream temperatures, water quality, streamflows, and other environmental factors. This part of that TMDL effort was undertaken to gain a better understanding of how groundwater discharge to gaining stream reaches affects the temperature, water quality conditions, and flows of these streams.
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Keywords Deschutes, Thurston, creek, surface water, temperature, 303(d), river, assessment, watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load, nutrient, groundwater
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 13 Deschutes
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #MROB0001

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Plate 3 for the report: Assessment of Surface Water / Groundwater Interactions and Associated Nutrient Fluxes in the Deschutes River and Percival Creek Watersheds, Thurston County