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Relative Dispersion of Water Masses Near Department of Ecology Long-Term Monitoring Stations in Puget Sound Model

 
Publication number Date Published
93-e01January 1993
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Author(s) Albertson, S.L.
Description A dispersion study at many of Ecology's long-term monitoring stations occurred at the University of Washington's Puget Sound Model on August 13, 1993. The purpose of this experiment was to approximate the relative dispersion of water masses after several days of tidal action, in different estuaries monitored by Ecology in Puget Sound. Fresh and salt-water dye were released during periods of neap and spring tides in surface and bottom waters, respectively.
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Keywords marine waters, ambient monitoring, study, water, WRIA 17, monitoring, Puget Sound
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 06,WRIA 07,WRIA 09,WRIA 10,WRIA 13,WRIA 14,WRIA 15,WRIA 17,WRIA PS)