Mercury Concentrations in Edible Muscle of Lake Whatcom Fish
Mercury Concentrations in Edible Muscle of Lake Whatcom Fish (Number of pages: 64) (Publication Size: 1MB)
|Author(s)||Serdar, D., J. Johnston, K. Mueller, and G. Patrick|
|Description||Concentrations of total mercury were assessed in edible muscle (fillet) tissues of 273 fish collected from Lake Whatcom near Bellingham. Samples of six finfish species and signal crayfish were analyzed from each of the lake’s three major basins.|
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|Keywords||Whatcom, samples, toxics, toxics monitoring, rule, health, fish, 303(d), section 303, basin, water, toxic, SEPA, mercury, lake|
|WEB PAGE||Mercury in fish tissue|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack|
|DATA||Environmental Information Management (EIM) #DSER0007
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