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Deschutes River Basin Suspended Sediment Transport Study

Publication number Date Published
79-e42July 1979
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Author(s) Moore, A. and D. Anderson
Description During 1976-78, the Department of Ecology conducted sediment monitoring at selected locations in the Deschutes watershed. The study (1) identified sources of sediments transported by the Deschutes River, and (2) determined the quantity and significance of sediments contributed by each of the sources identified.
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Keywords Deschutes, suspended sediment, transport, study, basin, river, water, sediment
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 13 Deschutes