PBT Trends in Lake Sediment Cores: 2016 Results
PBT Trends in Lake Sediment Cores: 2016 Results (Number of pages: 13) (Publication Size: 1404KB)
|Description||This report summarizes results from the eleventh year of a long-term study to evaluate contaminant trends in age-dated lake sediment cores across the state. In 2016, Ecology collected sediment cores from Deep Lake, Spanaway Lake, and Lake Spokane. Core samples were analyzed for up to 209 polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) congeners.|
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|Keywords||Spanaway Lake, Deep Lake, PBT, sediment core, Lake Spokane, PCB, toxics, toxic chemicals, sediment, PBTs, PCBs, lake, long-term monitoring|
|WEB PAGE||Contaminants in lake sediment cores|
|DATA||Environmental Information Management (EIM) #SEDCORE16
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Long-Term Monitoring of Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic Chemicals using Age-Dated Lake Sediment Cores
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