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Streamflow Summary for Burnt Bridge Creek (Clark County), 2008

Publication number Date Published
10-03-072December 2010
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Author(s) Myers, J.
Description From May 2008 to November 2009, the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) conducted a streamflow assessment on Burnt Bridge Creek in Clark County. Continuous stage-height (water surface elevation) data loggers were installed at three sites. Discrete stage-height readings and streamflow measurements were taken at these sites to develop stage-discharge relationships. Error assessments show a maximum potential error for the streamflow data collected from these sites ranged from 18.5% to 51.7%
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Keywords streamflow, stream, Clark County, WRIA 28, creek, water, Total Maximum Daily Load
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