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Modeling the Tualatin River system including Scogging Creek and Hagg Lake: model description, geometry, and forcing data Public Deposited

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  • The goal of this phase of the study was to develop a model of the Tualatin River incorporating Scoggins Creek and Hagg Lake. This tool will be used in conjunction with a hydrologic model, the EPA HSPF model (Johnson, Imhoff, and Kittle, 1984), to analyze management strategies to improve water quality in the Tualatin River. The in-stream model used during this study was the Corps of Engineers model, CE-QUAL-W2 (Corps of Engineers, 1986). A description of the model and the reason for its use in the Tualatin system are discussed below.
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