Verification of 303(d)-listed Sites in Northwest, Central, and Eastern Regions of Washington State
Verification of 303(d)-listed Sites in Northwest, Central, and Eastern Regions of Washington State (Number of pages: 126) (Publication Size: 5MB)
|Description||Five waterbodies located among three of the Department of Ecology’s management regions, Northwest, Central, and Eastern, were re-assessed for violations of water quality standards during the fall and winter of 2003. The resulting data were needed to determine if these sites should remain on the federal Clean Water Act Section 303(d) list of impaired waterbodies. Sampling from these waterbodies included sediment bioassay toxicity or fish tissue chemistry.|
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|Keywords||Wenatchee River, creek, toxics monitoring, sampling, Spokane River, fish, 303(d), section 303, study, river, water, toxic, lake|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 09,WRIA 45,WRIA 54,WRIA PS)
|DATA||Environmental Information Management (EIM) #BERA0001
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Verification of 303(d) Listed Sites in Northwest, Central, and Eastern Regions of Washington State
Washington State Toxics Monitoring Program: Toxic Contaminants in Fish Tissue and Surface Water in Freshwater Environments, 2001
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