The following maps are available in two formats: JPG for on-screen
viewing and PDF for printing.
You may order poster-size maps of your watershed basin for $30.00
per map. Contact: CommEn Space, 1305 4th Ave, Suite 1000, Seattle, WA 98101, 206-749-0112
- Puget Sound Watershed: JPG | PDF
- Salmon Recovery Planning Areas: JPG | PDF
- Puget Sound Chinook Populations Grouped by Geographic Regions of Diversity
and Risk: JPG | PDF
- Preliminary Bull Trout Core Populations: JPG | PDF
- Independent Chinook Populations: JPG | PDF
- Hood Canal Summer Chum Populations: JPG | PDF
- Hatchery Locations in the Shared Strategy Planning Area: JPG | PDF
- Predicted Population Growth by County: JPG | PDF
- Major Estuaries in the Puget Sound, Bathymetry/Topography in the Puget
Trough: JPG | PDF
- Relative Modification of Shoreline in Salmon Recovery Planning Areas: JPG | PDF
Fact Sheets, Handouts & Reports
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Policy & Technical Feedback on Watershed Documents
The Puget Sound Technical Recovery Team (TRT) reviewed 14 individual
draft watershed salmon recovery plans in 2004 to provide early
technical feedback on the plan development and to support an iterative
review process. The following document list contains the TRT’s
2004 reviews for each of the draft watershed plans.
Sound Technical Recovery Team (TRT) reviewed 14 individual watershed
salmon recovery plans and the regional nearshore plan in 2005
to summarize what elements in the plans were well described and where
significant technical uncertainties in the plans’ strategies or actions
still remain. The following document contains the TRT’s 2005
technical feedback for each watershed chapter as well as the regional
nearshore plan chapter.
In April 2006, watersheds
submitted three-year work programs that would enable them to
get on a recovery trajectory in the first three years of implementation.
The work programs were reviewed by the Puget Sound Technical
Recovery Team (TRT and the Shared Strategy Interdisciplinary
Policy team). This section contains technical and policy feedback
to the watersheds.
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- Exhibit A: Pilot Project Scope of Work for Stillaguamish River, Stillaguamish Flow Assessment Team (SFAT), January 25, 2005
- Exhibit A: Pilot Project Scope of Work for Stillaguamish River, Stillaguamish Flow Assessment Team (SFAT), December 23, 2004
- Instream Flow Assessment Protocol Identification and Funding of Pilot Projects, Request for Qualifications, November 12, 2004
Flow Assessment Protocol Identification and Funding of Pilot Projects
Request for Qualifications. October 10, 2004.
- Northwest Hydraulic Consultants (NHC). 2005. Final Report–Instream
Flow Assessment Pilot Project.
- Download PDF 1:
- Cover page–page iv, Credits and Acknowledgments, Introduction
- Download PDF 2:
- Section 1: Semi-Quantitative Analysis of Human Actions Affecting
- Section 2: Review of Hypothesized Flow Change Mechanisms that Affect
Salmon Populations in Church Creek and Pilchuck Basins
- Section 3: Hydrologic Modeling, Flow Parameter Extraction, and Analysis
- Download PDF 3:
- Section 4: Linkage of Hydrologic Modeling Results to Salmon Population
and Habitat Quality Models
- Section 5: Ecosystem Modeling
- Section 6: Management Implications of Flow-Related Salmonid Impacts
- Final Report – Instream Flow
Assessment Project. 2005. Errata, Department of Ecology Water Resources
- Hartley, David. November 9, 2005. Urbanization, Flow Regime, and Salmon
Populations in the Puget Sound Basin. Abstract and Presentation at
the Annual Conference of the American Water Resources Association, Seattle,
Derek B., Paul McElhany, and William J. Trush. November 19, 2005. Peer
Review of Final Report - Instream Flow Assessment Pilot Project.
Greg, Larry Lestelle, Kevin Malone, Chip McConnaha, and Lars Mobrand. December
7, 2005. Comments on the Peer Review of Final Report - Instream
Flow Assessment Pilot Project (draft September 9, 2005).
Derek B., Paul McElhany, and William J. Trush. January 3, 2006. Response
to Blair et al., Comments on the Peer Review of Final Report.
Flow Assessment Team. January 5, 2006. Follow-up to Peer-Review Comments
on the Stillaguamish Instream Flow Assessment Pilot Project Report. (Project
Team Members: David Hartley, Derek Stuart, Bill Rozeboom—Northwest
Hydraulic Consultants; Michael Purser—Snohomish County Surface Water
Management; Jody Brown—Stillaguamish Tribe Natural Resources; Joel
Links to Additional ESA and Salmon Recovery Web Sites
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