Washington Water Resource: v.9:no.3(1998:summer)
Center for Urban Water Resources Management
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Articles include: Groundwater Pathways in the Industrial Duwamish Corridor, Seattle; Environmental Limitations to Vegetation Establishment and Growth in Vegetated Stormwater Biofilters; The Geologic Framework for the City of Seattle and the Seattle-Tacoma Urban Corridor; Urban Stream Rehabilitation -- A Progress Report on the Center's 3-Year Project; The Regional, Synchronous Stream Temperature Survey of 1998: 600 Sites in 120 Minutes.
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