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Watershed Characterization and Analysis of Clark County

Publication number Date Published
09-06-019July 2009
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Author(s) Ecology
Description This watershed characterization of Clark County supports the development of a comprehensive wetland mitigation program for rapidly urbanizing watersheds in the county. It provides local jurisdictions with information on the best areas for mitigation, protection of watershed processes, and development. The methods for this characterization have since developed into a more robust analysis and applied to all of Puget Sound. Though the Clark County characterization results are from an earlier version of the methods, they still apply the same principles and are useful for general planning purposes. For more information on the current version see the Web page link below.
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Keywords watershed characterization, Clark County
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