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Hydrogeologic Evaluation of Proposed Leque Island Restoration

Publication number Date Published
14-03-025December 2012
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Author(s) Pacific Groundwater Group
Description This report summarizes the field investigation performed by Pacific Groundwater Group (PGG) and presents the results of PGG’s analysis of the potential for saltwater intrusion beneath Camano Island resulting from the proposed Leque Island restoration. PGG’s analysis suggests that the proposed restoration will not cause further groundwater salinization beneath Camano Island.

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Keywords hydrogeology, model, seawater intrusion, groundwater
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 05 Stillaguamish