Moses Lake Proposed Phosphorus Criterion and Preliminary Load Allocations Based on Historical Review
Moses Lake Proposed Phosphorus Criterion and Preliminary Load Allocations Based on Historical Review (Number of pages: 65) (Publication Size: 1MB)
|Author(s)||Carroll, J., R. Cusimano, and W. Ward|
|Description||To better manage water quality, a total maximum daily load assessment for Moses Lake and its major sources was made based on a review of data from previous studies of the lake. An in-lake total phosphorus (TP) criterion was proposed based on the water quality target established in 1978 to reduce the seasonal, in-lake TP concentration to 50 ug/L. Although this TP value exceeds the lake nutrient criterion established in Washington State water quality standards for surface water, it is recommended that 50 ug/L TP be the new criterion for Moses Lake.|
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|Keywords||WRIA 41, creek, Columbia River, study, river, water, waste, phosphorus, lake|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 41 Lower Crab|
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