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White River Basin and Lake Tapps Water Quality

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USGS surface-water and lake-elevation gaging stations
Figure 1. U.S. Geological Survey surface-water and lake-elevation gaging stations in the White River basin, Pierce County, Washington.

Continuous and discrete water-quality study sites on the White River at Headworks
Figure 2. Continuous and discrete water-quality study sites on the White River at Headworks, White River at R Street, White River Canal, and Lake Tapps Diversion, Washington.

Table 1. Identifiers, names, and locations of study sites on the White River, White River Canal, and Lake Tapps Diversion where water-quality and discharge data were collected by U.S. Geological Survey, May-December 2010.

[Type of data: Continuous, water-quality data electronically monitored and recorded at 15-minute intervals. Discrete, water-quality data measured by water-sample collection and analysis at a point in time. -, no data or not applicable]

Table 1

Locations of study sites on Lake Tapps, Washington

Figure 3. Locations of study sites on Lake Tapps, Washington.

Table 2. Descriptions of Lake Tapps study sites, Washington, July-December 2010.

[USGS site number: USGS site numbers with the 01 suffix uniquely identifies data for the epilimnion (E) and the 02 suffix uniquely identifies data for the hypolimnion (H)]

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