An Ecological Hazard Assessment for PCBs in the Spokane River
An Ecological Hazard Assessment for PCBs in the Spokane River (Number of pages: 74) (Publication Size: 890KB)
|Description||The Spokane River has the highest known PCB levels among Washington State rivers, lakes, and streams. In this report, the data on PCB concentrations in Spokane River fish, sediment, and water are summarized and reviewed, and an assessment is made of the ecological hazard for the river’s aquatic life and fish-eating wildlife.|
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|Keywords||hazard, lakes, Spokane River, WRIA 55, WRIA 57, fish, river, water, assessment, toxic, PCBs, lake|
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|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 54,WRIA 55,WRIA 56,WRIA 57)
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