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The following references are cited one or more of the Stream Reports.

  • Anchor Environmental, L.L.C. 2004. Lower Green River Baseline Habitat Survey Report. Report prepared for WRIA 9 Technical Committee and King County Department of Natural Resources.

  • Bortleson, G.C., and D.A. Davis. 1997. Pesticides in selected small streams in the Puget Sound Basin 1987-1995. USGS Fact Sheet 067-97.

  • Buerge, D. August 1, 1984. Indian Lake Washington. P. 29-32, Seattle Weekly, Seattle, WA.

  • City of Bellevue and King County. 1987. Coal Creek basin plan and final EIS.

  • City of Seattle. 2000a. Final Cedar River Watershed Habitat Conservation Plan.

  • City of Seattle. 2000. Final Cedar River Watershed Habitat Conservation Plan.

  • Dames and Moore, Inc. 1994. Lewis Creek: General Site Survey and Level II Stream Survey, Final Report. June 1994.

  • Embry. Sandra S. 2001. Microbiological quality of Puget Sound basin streams and identification of contaminant sources. JAWRA Vol. 37, No. 2: 407-421.

  • Entranco Engineers. 1981. Lyon Creek Comprehensive Drainage Plan. Prepared for cities of Mountlake Terrace and Lake Forest Park.

  • Greater Lake Washington Technical Committee. August 22, 2001. DRAFT Reconnaissance Assessment-Habitat Factors that Contribute to the Decline of Salmonids - Greater Lake Washington Watershed Water Resource Inventory Area 8. Report prepared for the Greater Lake Washington Steering Committee.

  • EVS Environmental Consultants. August 2004. Benthic Macroinvertebrate Study of Greater Lake Washington and Green-Duwamish River streams-data Year 2002 Data Analysis. Report prepared for King County Water and Land Resources Division, Department of Natural Resources and Parks.

  • Fore, Leska. March 1999. Technical Report. Measuring the Effects of Urbanization on Bellevue Streams.

  • Hallock, David. 2002. DRAFT Washington’s Water Quality Index. Washington State Department of Ecology.

  • Hart Crowser and Associates, Inc. 1983. Technical Report Cedar Falls-Morse Lake Project Hydrologic Study, Phase I. Consulting report prepared for the City of Seattle, City Light and Water Departments.

  • Herrera Environmental Consulatants. 1995. Final Project Report; Lewis Creek Monitoring Program. May, 1995.

  • Herrera Enviromental Consultants, Inc. 2005. Year 2003 Water Quality Data Report, Green-Duwamish Watershed Water Quality Assessment. Report prepared for King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks in association with Anchor Environmental, LLC and Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc.

  • Joy, J. 1994. Snoqualmie River Total Maximum Daily Load Study. Washington State Department of Ecology, Olympia, WA. 42 p. Publication No. 94-71


  • Kaje, J. 2009. Snoqualmie Watershed Water Quality Synthesis Report. Prepared for the Snoqualmie Watershed Forum. King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Water and Land Resources Division. 180 p.
  • Karr, J.R. and E.W. Chu. 1997. Biological Monitoring and Assessment: Using Multimetric Indexes Effectively. EPA 235-R97-001. University of Washington, Seattle.

  • KCM, Inc. April 1983. McAleer Creek Project. Produced for King County, Mountlake Terrace, and Lake Forest Park.

  • KCM, Inc. 1993. Phantom/Larsen Lakes phase II restoration project: final report. Vols. 1 & 2.

  • Kerwin, J., 2001. Salmon and Steelhead Habitat Limiting Factors Report for the Cedar - Sammamish Basin (Water Resource Inventory Area 8). Washington Conservation Commission. Olympia, WA

  • Kerwin, John and Nelson, Tom S. (Eds.). December 2000. “Habitat Limiting Factors and Reconnaissance Assessment Report, Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound streams-data (WRIA 9 and Vashon Island).” Washington Conservation Commission and the King County Department of Natural Resources.

  • King County and City of Bellevue. 1987. Coal Creek Basin Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement. Seattle, Washington.

  • King County. March 1989. Water and Land Resources Division, Bear Creek Basin Current and Future Conditions Analysis.

  • King County July 1990. Water and Land Resources Division, Bear Creek Basin Plan.

  • King County. 1911. Testimony on Hearing on the Proposed Drainage District Number 3, King County, Washington, January 11, 1911. King County Board of Commissioners.

  • King County. December 1994. Final East Lake Sammamish Basin and Nonpoint Action Plan. Report prepared by the Issaquah/East Lake Sammamish Watershed Management Committee. King County Lead Agency.

  • King County Department of Metropolitan Services. February 1994. Water Quality of Small Lakes and Streams Western King County 1990 - 1993.

  • King County Surface Water Management Division. 1993. Cedar River Current and Future Conditions Report.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) 1995. Abundance of Spawning Kokanee in the Sammamish River Basin: 1994 Status Report. Report prepared by Young, C., E. Ostergaard, and K. Ludwa.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). 1996. Issaquah Creek Final Basin and Nonpoint Action Plan. December.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). 1999. Unpublished data. J. Mattila, King County staff field notes.

  • King County, 2000. Unpublished Data - Lake Sammamish Chemistry Data.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). 2000a. 1999 Chinook Spawner Survey Data Technical Report of the Lake Washington Watershed. Prepared by Mavros, B., S. Foley, K. Burton, and K. Walter. King County Department of Natural Resources, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Seattle Public Utilities, and Muckleshoot Indian Tribal Fisheries Department.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). 2000c. 1997 volunteer salmon watcher program in the Lake Washington Watershed. Report prepared by Vanderhoof, J., E. Ostergaard, and D. Gleisner.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). May 2001a. Habitat Inventory and Assessment of Three Sammamish River Tributaries: North, Swamp, and Little Bear Creeks. Report prepared by Karen Fevold, King County WLRD; Christopher May, University of Washington; Hans Berge, King County WLRD; and Elissa Ostergaard.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). 2001b. 1998 and 1999 Volunteer Salmon Watcher Program in the Lake Washington Watershed. Report prepared by J. Vanderhoof, King County WLRD.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD) 2001c. 2000 Volunteer Salmon Watcher Program in the Lake Washington Watershed. Report prepared by J. Vanderhoof, King County WLRD in cooperation with: Sammamish Watershed Forum, King Conservation District, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Snohomish County Surface Water Management, Cities of Bothell, Issaquah, Kirkland, Renton, Seattle, and Woodinville.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). June 2002. 2001 Volunteer Salmon Watcher Program in the Lake Washington Watershed and Central Puget Sound Drainages. Report prepared by J. Vanderhoof, King County WLRD in cooperation with Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Forum, Central Puget Sound Forum, King Conservation District, Snohomish County Surface Water Management, Bellevue Stream Team, Cities of Issaquah, Kirkland, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, and Woodinville.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). 2002b. Water Quality Monitoring of Northen Lake Washington Streams. January 2002. Report prepared by Bob Brenner, Debra Bouchard, and Jonathan Frodge, King County WLRD.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). June 2003. 2002 Volunteer Salmon Watcher Program in the Lake Washington Watershed and Central Puget Sound Drainages. Report prepared by J. Vanderhoof, King County WLRD in cooperation with Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Forum, Central Puget Sound Forum, King Conservation District, Snohomish County Surface Water Management, Bellevue Stream Team, Cities of Issaquah, Kirkland, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, and Woodinville.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division (WLRD). June 2004. 2003 Volunteer Salmon Watcher Program in the Lake Washington Watershed and Central Puget Sound Drainages. Report prepared by J. Vanderhoof, King County WLRD in cooperation with Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Forum, Central Puget Sound Forum, King Conservation District, Snohomish County Surface Water Management, Bellevue Stream Team, Cities of Issaquah, Kirkland, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, and Woodinville.

  • King County Water and Land Resources Division. April 2005. 2004 Volunteer Salmon Watcher Program; Lake Washington Watershed, Puget Sound WRIA 8 Streams, and Vashon Island. Report prepared by J. Vanderhoof, King County WLRD in cooperation with Lake Washington Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Forum, Bellevue Stream Team, Cities of Bothell, Kirkland, Redmond, Renton, Seattle, and Woodinville, Snohomish County Surface Water Management and Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust.

  • Martz, Valentine and Fitzgerald. 1999. Sammamish River Temperature Study, 998: Results from Temperature Modeling and Literature Review of Temperature Effects on Fish. U.S. Army Crops of Engineers, Seattle District.

  • Matilla, Jim. 1998. Report Concerning Observations of Dead and Live Chinook in the Upper Sammamish River, 9/11/98. Unpublished report, King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Water and Land Resources Division.

  • McDonald, R. K. and L. McDonald. 1987. The coals of Newcastle

  • Miholovich, J. 1977. Thornton Creek Basin in 1900. Lake City Journal. May 18, 1977, Vol. 25 (33).

  • Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle (METRO). September 1990. Quality of Local Lakes and Streams 1988 - 1989 Status Report.

  • Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. March 10, 1992. Water Qualit and Quantity Concerns for the Keta Creek Hatchery and Crisp Creek Watershed. Report prepared by the Fisheries Department of the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe.

  • PSCOG 1981. Puget Sound Council of Government. 1981.

  • Richey, J.S., M.A. Perkins, and K.W. Malueg. October, 1981. The Effects of Urbanization and Stormwater Runoff on the Food Quality in Two Salmonid Streams. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol., vol. 21, pages 812-818, Stuttgart.

  • Skelley and Loy Engineers Consultants. February, 1985. Abandoned Coal Mine Survey-Coal Creek, King County, Washington: Final Report, vol. 1

  • Snohomish Basin Salmon Recovery Forum. 2005. Snohomish River Basin Salmon Conservation Plan. Snohomish County Department of Public Works, Surface Water Management Division. Everett, WA.


  • Snohomish County Public Works Surface Water Management (SCSWM). 1994. North Creek Watershed Management Plan and Technical Supplement. Report prepared by the North Creek Watershed Management Committee.

  • Snohomish County Public Works Surface Water Management (SCSWM). 2000. The State of the Waters: Water Quality in Snohomish County's Rivers, Streams and Lakes - 2000 Assessment. Report prepared by K. Thornburgh and G. Williams.

  • Stickney, A.E. and L. McDonald. 1977. Squak Slough. 1870-1920. Evergreen Printing Company, Seattle, WA.

  • Tetra Tech/KCM. 2005. Coal Creek Stabilization Program Existing Conditions Report. Report prepared for the City of Bellevue Utilities Department, Engineering Division.

  • URS Corporation. 1987. North Village: Lewis Creek Habitat Survey.

  • U.S. EPA. 1988. Ambient Water Quality Criteria for Aluminum -1988. EPA 440/5-86-008. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Washington, D.C.

  • USEPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency). 2002. National recommended water quality criteria: 2002. Office of Water and Office of Science Technology, USEPA. EPA-822-R-02-047.

  • Thornton Creek Watershed Characterization Report 2000. November 2000. Report prepared by Thornton Creek Watershed Management Committee under the direction of Seattle Public Utilities.

  • Washington State Department of Ecology (WSDOE), 1992. Washington Administrative Code (WAC).

  • Washington State Department of Ecology (WSDOE), 1997. Creation and Analysis of Freshwater Sediment Quality Values in Washington State. Publication No. 97-323a.

  • Washington Department of Ecology. 2008. Snoqualmie River Basin Fecal Coliform Bacteria, Dissolved Oxygen, ammonia-Nitrogen, and pH Total Maximum Daily Load--- Water Quality Effectiveness Monitoring Report. Washington State Department of Ecology, Environmental Assessment Program, Olympia, WA. Publication No. 08-03-005.

  • Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). 2000. Lewis Creek Fish Barrier Evaluation and Habitat Assessment. Personal Communication between Kollin Higgins, King County DNRP, and Susan Cierebiej-Kanzler, WDFW – December 4, 2000, as cited in Kerwin, 2001.

  • Washington State Department of Transportation (WDOT). 2003. Preliminary Statistics for I-405 Study Area Land Use/Land Cover.

  • Watershed Company. 1988. Lewis Creek Fish Habitat: Description and Assessment. And the Lewis Creek Sedimentation/Erosion Study: Survey Results.

  • Watershed Company. 1989. Lewis Creek Electrofishing Survey Results.

  • Watershed Company. 1992. Lewis Creek Fish Habitat and Population Assessment Preceding Lakemont Division Four. June. 1992.

  • WRIA 8 Steering Committee. February 2005. Proposed Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan WRIA 8 – Cedar River, Lake Washington, Lake Sammamish Watershed.