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Snoqualmie River Total Maximum Daily Load Study

Publication number Date Published
94-71May 1994
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Author(s) Joy, J.
Description Since 1989, the Washington State Department of Ecology has conducted several water quality investigations on 44.5 miles (71.6 km) of the lower Snoqualmie River basin to define present and potential water quality problems during the summer low flow season. These investigations and water quality simulations, using the model QUAL2E, have resulted in estimating load capacities for biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), ammonia, and fecal coliform during the critical low flow months of August through October.
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Keywords flow, model, study, basin, river, implementation, water, water quality, waste, Total Maximum Daily Load, pH
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 07 Snohomish
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #JJOY0001


Snoqualmie River Basin Fecal Coliform Bacteria, Dissolved Oxygen, Ammonia-Nitrogen, and pH Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Effectiveness Monitoring Report