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Cedar-Sammamish Basin Instream Resources Protection Program

Publication number Date Published
79-IRRP-8January 1979
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Author(s) Water Resources Program
Description Water Resource Inventory Area 1: This document includes the proposed administrative rules and supplemental environmental impact statement. The Western Washington Instream Resources Protection Program (WWIRPP) is designed to develop and adopt instream flow regulations for most Water Resource Inventory Areas (WRIA) in Western Washington. By establishing instream flows and codifying previously imposed surface water limitations, the possibility of future over allocation of water resources can be minimized.
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Keywords stream, inventory, rule, rules, resource, flow, basin, water, water resource, Water Resource Inventory Area, instream flow
WEB PAGE Instream Flows in Washington
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