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Water Data Report WA-02-1

Water Resources Data-Washington Water Year 2002


By R.A. Kimbrough, W.D. Wiggins, R.R. Smith, G.P. Ruppert, S.M. Knowles, and V.F. Renslow

ABSTRACT

The Washington Water-Data Report includes records for both surface and ground water in the State. The report contains discharge records for 244 stream-gaging stations, stage only records for 9 gaging stations, discharge measurements for 211 miscellaneous streamflow stations, and annual maximum discharge for 3 crest-stage partial-record streamflow stations; stage and(or) content records for 36 lakes and reservoirs; water-quality records for 40 surface-water sites; water-level records for 25 observation wells; and water quality records for 11 observation wells.

CONTENTS

Title page
Calendar for Water Year 2002
Preface
Report Documentation
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
List of surface-water stations, in downstream order, for which records are published in this volume
List of ground-water wells, by county, for which records are published in this volume
List of discontinued surface-water discharge or stage-only stations
List of discontinued surface-water-quality stations
Introduction, which includes
   Cooperation
   Summary of hydrologic conditions
   Special networks and programs
   Explanation of the records
   Access to USGS Water Data
   Definition of terms
Surface-water-discharge and surface-water-quality records
Discharge at partial-record stations
Miscellaneous measurement sites
Ground-water levels
Quality of ground water
Index of stations, by name
Conversion factors

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Revision History

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Send questions or comments about this report to the author, Robert A. Kimbrough (rakimbro@usgs.gov) 253.428.3600.

For more information about USGS activities in Washington, visit the he USGS Washington District home page.

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