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Relative contributions of  suspended sediment between the upper Suiattle River Basin and a non-glacial tributary, Washington, May 2016–September 2017

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Title
Relative contributions of  suspended sediment between the upper Suiattle River Basin and a non-glacial tributary, Washington, May 2016–September 2017
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US Geological Survey, July 2022
DOI 10.3133/ofr20221056
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Jaeger, Kristin L., Anderson, Scott W., Senter, Craig A., Curran, Christopher A., Morris, Scott

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