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The May Creek Sediment Transport Study involved installing equipment in the ravine reach of May Creek to monitor and collect data on stream flows and transport of sediments between 148th Avenue SE and Coal Creek Parkway, and then analyzing this data to establish the flow at which erosion is likely.  The results of this study were used in the May Creek Erosion Stabilization Draft Report, which summarizes monitoring and evaluation efforts and describes the geomorphic, hydrologic, and hydraulic conditions and the implications of these conditions on sediment transport and bank erosion.

This report was prepared for King County by Anchor QEA, LLC of Bellingham, Washington for King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks.

The May Creek Sediment Transport Study is  provided in Adobe Acrobat format for compatibility with a wide variety of browsers and computer systems. For help with Acrobat, please see our Adobe Acrobat help page.

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For questions about the May Creek Sediment Transport Study, please contact Rachel Berryessa, Senior Engineer, King County Surface Water Engineering Services.