Observations were collected as part of the USGS Coastal Habitats in Puget Sound Project to characterize sediment fluxes in a recently restored agricultural area. An area of approximately 61 ha was reconnected to tidal flow via levee breaches. These data help assess the success of the restoration effort from a hydrodynamics and sediment-transport perspective.
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|Data format:||Time-series data in netCDF format. in format NetCDF (version netCDF-4) Size: 2.2|
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