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Lake Sawyer Hydrogeologic Study--Black Diamond, Washington

Publication number Date Published
90-e23October 1990
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Author(s) Hart Crowser
Description Geologic conditions around Lake Sawyer were assessed by reviewing existing reports, studying available geologic logs of regional water wells, and logging four borings in which monitoring wells were installed. Based on an initial review of this information, a monitoring network was developed to provide ground water flow and quality information. The network included four monitoring wells, 15 wellpoints, ten domestic wells, and five staff gages.

Hart Crowser conducted this study and wrote this report under contract with the Department of Ecology.
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Keywords wells, study, water, septic, lake
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 09 Duwamish-Green

Sawyer Lake Total Maximum Daily Load for Phosphorus