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Surface Water/Groundwater Exchange Along the East Fork Lewis River (Clark County), 2005

Publication number Date Published
09-03-037June 2009
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Author(s) Carey, B. and D. Bilhimer
Description During 2005, the Department of Ecology conducted a variety of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)-based field studies to assess stream temperatures, streamflows, and other environmental factors affecting the East Fork Lewis River and its tributaries. This study and the resulting report were part of that effort. The report describes the study area hydrogeologic setting, local surface water/groundwater interactions, and the temperature of incoming groundwater.
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Keywords stream, WRIA 27, Clark County, environmental, surface water, wells, flow, temperature, river, Ecology, Total Maximum Daily Load, groundwater
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 27 Lewis
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #EFLRTMDL


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