Document Type

Map

Publication Date

2021

Keywords

Salish Sea, Puget Sound, Strait of Georgia, Strait of Juan de Fuca, State of the Salish Sea, Net Water Flow

Abstract

. Direction and relative magnitude (line width) of net water flow in the Salish Sea. Deep water flows represent primarily marine waters entering the Salish Sea from the Pacific Ocean. Intermediate depth and surface flows represent a mix of marine waters and freshwater from rivers in the Salish Sea. Actual circulation patterns are highly complex and seasonally variable, this diagram shows a simplified model of net exchanges. Labels indicate percent of the total water exchange that moves in and out of the Salish Sea through the Strait of Juan de Fuca in the south and through the northern boundary of the Strait of Georgia.

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Map by Aquila Flower, 2021. CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 License. Data from the Salish Sea Atlas

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Text

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English

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