Whidbey Basin Estuary Restoration Monitoring

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The Whidbey Basin contains the two largest rivers, and 60% of historical vegetated tidal wetlands, and among the strongest wild salmon runs in Puget Sound. Large scale restoration in large river deltas has been a focus of Salmon Recovery efforts. There has been substantive monitoring.

Catalog of Whidbey Delta Restoration with Monitoring