South Fork Nooksack River Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan DRAFT
South Fork Nooksack River Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan DRAFT (Number of pages: 243) (Publication Size: 12791KB)
|Description||Rising water temperatures due to climate change threaten salmon in many streams, including the Nooksack River. Since 2012, Ecology has partnered with the EPA on a research project to understand the future impacts of climate change on stream and salmon health.
The South Fork Nooksack River Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) looks at stream temperature and riparian shading, with and without climate change.
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|Keywords||Nooksack, water quality, TMDL|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack|
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