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Quality Assurance Monitoring Plan: Puget Sound Temperature, Salinity, In Situ Fluorescence, Turbidity, and Colored Dissolved Organic Matter Marine Water Monitoring using the Victoria Clipper IV Ferry Vessel

 
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15-03-115June 2015
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Author(s) Pool, S., C. Krembs, and J. Bos
Description This is the project plan for the study, Puget Sound Temperature, Salinity, In Situ Fluorescence, Turbidity, and Colored Dissolved Organic Matter Marine Water Monitoring using the Victoria Clipper IV Ferry Vessel
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Keywords marine water monitoring, quality assurance project plan, HUC: 17110003,17110019,17110020
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 03,WRIA 02,WRIA 05,WRIA 06,WRIA 07,WRIA 08,WRIA 09,WRIA 15,WRIA 17)
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