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Streamflow Summary for Gaging Stations on the Snoqualmie River and Selected Tributaries, 2006

Publication number Date Published
09-03-040August 2009
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Author(s) Springer, C.
Description From June to October 2006, the Department of Ecology (Ecology) conducted a streamflow assessment on the Snoqualmie River and its major tributaries. The assessment was conducted in support of a temperature Total Maximum Daily Load study being developed by Ecology.

A continuous stage height recorder was installed on the Snoqualmie River near its confluence with the Skykomish River. Discrete discharge measurements were also made at four additional sites. For each of these sites, continuous records of discharge were modeled using upstream gages operated by the USGS. Potential error of streamflow data collected from the Ecology monitoring sites ranged from +/- 8% to +/- 27%.
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Keywords stream, station, model, 303(d), basin, river, water, Ecology, survey, Total Maximum Daily Load, clean water act
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 07 Snohomish
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #NCRI0001


Quality Assurance Project Plan: Snoqualmie River Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load Study