Ecology Publications & Forms
Calculating Credits and Debits for Compensatory Mitigation in Western Washington - Final Report
Calculating Credits and Debits for Compensatory Mitigation in Western Washington - Final Report (Number of pages: 169) (Publication Size: 6MB)
Microsoft Excel format (Publication Size: 32KB)
Note: Debit and Credit Worksheets for use with Appendix E
List of those trained to use the Credit-Debit Method
(4 pages) (85KB)
|Description||The purpose of the method described in this document (referred to as the Credit-Debit Method) is to provide a tool by which applicants and regulators can determine if a plan for compensatory mitigation will adequately replace the functions and values lost when a wetland is altered.
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|Contact||Amy Yahnke at 360-688-4263 or email@example.com|
|Keywords||functions, no net loss, replacement, wetlands, mitigation|
|WEB PAGE||More on the Credit/Debit Method|
Focus on Wetlands: The Credit/Debit Method for Estimating Needs in Compensatory Wetland Mitigation
Washington State Wetland Rating System for Western Washington: 2014 Update (Effective January 2015)
Calculating Credits and Debits for Compensatory Mitigation in Eastern Washington - Final Report
Responses to Comments on First Draft and Operational Draft - Calculating Credits and Debits for Compensatory Mitigation in Wetlands of Western Washington
Selecting Wetland Mitigation Sites Using a Watershed Approach (Western Washington)
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