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Title

Stream Biological Assessments (Benthic Macroinvertebrates) for Watershed Analysis/Mid-Sol Duc Water

 
Publication number Date Published
98-334November 1998
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Author(s) Plotnikoff, R.
Description A method was developed for surveying current biological conditions in a watershed and interpreting the results. The biological condition of five streams was compared to several watershed scale assessments.
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Keywords stream bioassessment, macroinvertebrates, stream, invertebrates, biological, flow, temperature, water, assessment, sediment, watershed, pH, benthic
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 20 Soleduck-Hoh
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