Pre-dam removal studies of Goldsborough Creek, Shelton, Washington

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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, North Pacific Coast Ecoregion, Western Washington Office, Aquatic Resources Division , Lacey, Wash
Dam retirement -- Environmental aspects -- Washington (State) -- Shelton Region, Fish habitat improvement -- Washington (State) -- Shelton R
ContributionsU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Western Washington Office. Aquatic Resources Division
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Paginationiii, 47 p.
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Open LibraryOL18095769M

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Dept of Interior (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: U.S. Dept of Interior. Ahn et al. () described that there was no significant change in the river bed after removal of Gotan low-head dam (Hantan River) due to the large particles ( mm) of stored sediment in the.

Crooks’ Hollow Dam Removal and Restoration of Spencer Creek Public Meeting #2 Wednesday, Stream RestorationStream Restoration Summary from PIC #1 • Creek restoration should be close to pre-dam conditions • Natural look • Keep rock outcrops • Continuous flowContinuous flow • Removal of sediment and improve water.

There is a Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife hatchery at the mouth of Sherman Creek. A dam breach would cause significant damage to the hatchery. There is also a need to reduce downstream stream temperatures to meet Washington State Water Quality temperature standards.

SCL hosted a telephone conference with multiple entities involved in the removal of Mill Pond Dam, Dec. 3, to discuss delaying the project in order to redesign the removal process.

“Seattle City Light on behalf of the district will be filing for the extension on the removal schedule for Mill Pond Dam,” said Mark Cauchy, PUD Director of.