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POSTER: Sediment transport and contaminant loading to the Lower Duwamish Superfund Site from the Green River: Application of innovative sampling technologies to verify model predictions

 
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10-03-068November 2010
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Author(s) Gries, T. and J. Sloan
Description This poster was presented at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry National Conference on November 9, 2010, in Portland, Oregon.
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Keywords Lower Duwamish Waterway, environmental, contaminant, model, Green River, water, loading, sediment, toxic, superfund
WEB PAGE Lower Duwamish Waterway
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 09 Duwamish-Green
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