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On May 20, 2016, the UW Civil and Environmental Engineering Sediment Transport class (CEE 474) ventured to the far reaches of the Nooksack watershed in search of a watershed perspective. This movie trailer highlights a field trip to visit the locations of data used in a class projects to explore suspended sediment, turbidity and streamflow data collected by the USGS and Nooksack Indian Tribe. This work was supported by the UW Mountain to Sea Initiative, a collaborative effort of the College of Engineering, College of the Environment, and UW Tacoma.
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