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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Using Sediment Profile Imaging (SPI) to Evaluate Sediment Quality at Two Puget Sound Cleanup Sites: Part II: Port Gamble Bay

 
Publication number Date Published
06-03-117December 2006
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Author(s) Gries, T.
Description This is the study plan for Using Sediment Profile Imaging (SPI) to Evaluate Sediment Quality at Two Puget Sound Cleanup Sites: Part II: Port Gamble Bay.
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Keywords feasibility study, Lower Duwamish Waterway, waterway, cleanup, water, quality assurance, quality assurance project plan, sediment, toxic, quality, waste, wood, Puget Sound
WEB PAGE Port Gamble Bay and Mill Site
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 15 Kitsap
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #SPI_PG06

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