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Addendum 3 to Quality Assurance Project Plan: Depositional History of Mercury in Selected Washington Lakes Determined from Sediment Cores

 
Publication number Date Published
13-03-119September 2013
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Author(s) Mathieu, C. and A. Bookter
Description This is the project plan for the study, Addendum 3 to Quality Assurance Project Plan:
Depositional History of Mercury in Selected Washington Lakes Determined from Sediment Cores
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Keywords HBCD, PBT, sediment core, toxics, mercury, lead
WEB PAGE Contaminants in lake sediment cores
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 08,WRIA 11,WRIA 20)
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Addendum 2 to Quality Assurance Project Plan: Depositional History of Mercury in Selected Washington Lakes Determined from Sediment Cores

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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Depositional History of Mercury in Selected Washington Lakes Determined from Sediment Cores.