Focus on Lake Whatcom TMDL: Draft study identifies limits for Lake Whatcom phosphorus and bacteria
Focus on Lake Whatcom TMDL: Draft study identifies limits for Lake Whatcom phosphorus and bacteria (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 184KB)
|Description||A draft Department of Ecology study revealed that Lake Whatcom does not meet state water quality standards for phosphorus and bacteria. It is also on the 303(d) list of polluted waters due to low dissolved oxygen.
This focus sheet explains the purpose for the draft study and how the public can comment on it.
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|Contact||Steve Hood at 360-715-5200|
|Keywords||303(d), water quality, TMDL, phosphorus, dissolved oxygen, bacteria|
|WEB PAGE||Lake Whatcom Water Quality Improvement Project|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack|
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