Puget Sound Ambient Monitoring Program, Marine Sediment Monitoring Task Annual Report 1991
Puget Sound Ambient Monitoring Program, Marine Sediment Monitoring Task Annual Report 1991 (Number of pages: 491) (Publication Size: 13MB)
|Description||The 1991 Marine Sediment Monitoring Task was conducted by the Washington State Department of Ecology as a component of the Puget Sound Ambient Monitoring Program (PSAMP). The marine sediment monitoring program is designed as a long-term monitoring effort to: 1) characterize baseline conditions, and 2) identify both natural and anthropogenic changes in Puget Sound. This report includes sediment chemistry, amphipod bioassay, and benthic infauna community data from 48 stations throughout Puget Sound.|
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|Keywords||PAHs, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, samples, bioassay, hydrocarbons, station, toxicity, metals, ambient monitoring, report, pesticides, annual report, basin, water, monitoring, sediment, toxic, waste, outfall, Puget Sound, marine sediment, mercury, PCBs, marine, DDT|
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