Stanley et al 2019 mid-scale hydrologic characterization
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Stanley, S., B. McMillan, C. Hume, S. Grigsby. 2019. Puget Sound Watershed Characterization: Volume 4: Mid-Scale Assessment of Hydrologic Condition. Washington State Department of Ecology. Publication #18-06-014. Olympia, WA.
- Fourth volume of the Puget Sound Watershed Characterization Project
- Describes a pilot effort in eight watersheds to describe watershed condition using landcover data and stream flow models.
- Additional work is anticipated in 2022 to build on these results.