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Walla Walla Watershed Planning Area: Prediction of Gaged Streamflows by Modeling

Publication number Date Published
11-03-002January 2011
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Author(s) Pickett, P.
Description Since 2002, the Washington State Department of Ecology has operated 14 flow gaging stations in WRIA 32, the Walla Walla River watershed planning area. This report presents:
*Regressions that predict flows for these stations, using the hydrograph separation method based on flow data from other flow monitoring stations.
*A quality assessment of the regressions.
*Recommendations for the retention of flow gaging stations.

The needs of state and of local partners for flow information should be evaluated and be compared to the quality of the regressions to determine whether regressions or direct flow measurements meet those needs.
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Keywords streamflow, stream, creek, flow, model, river, water, Water Resource Inventory Area, watershed planning
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 32 Walla Walla

Quality Assurance Project Plan: Walla Walla Watershed Planning Area Prediction of Gaged Streamflows by Modeling