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Sediment Quality in Puget Sound: Year 3, Southern Puget Sound

Publication number Date Published
02-03-033July 2002
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Author(s) Long, E., M. Dutch, S. Aasen, K. Welch et al.
Description As a component of a three-year cooperative effort of the Washington State Department of Ecology and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, surficial sediment samples from 100 locations in southern Puget Sound were collected in 1999 to determine their relative quality based on measures of toxicity, chemical contamination, and benthic infaunal assemblage structure.
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Keywords administration, samples, Commencement Bay, measurement, Hood Canal, ocean, study, water, chemical, sediment, toxic, quality, Puget Sound
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