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Lead (36 publications 1994-2019)


Title (link to summary)NumberDate (released or updated)
Addendum 2 to Quality Assurance Project Plan: Long-term Monitoring of Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic Chemicals Using Age-dated Lake Sediment Cores 19-03-116December 2019
Measuring Lead in Suspended Particulate Matter from Washington State Rivers and Streams: 2016 Results 19-03-020December 2019
Working in Lead-and Arsenic-Contaminated Soil 19-09-011October 2019
Residential Developments in Former Orchard Lands 19-09-010October 2019
Focus Sheet: Real Estate Transactions in Former Orchard Lands 19-09-009October 2019
Dirt Alert 05-09-013October 2019
School Supplies 2018: Addendum 3 to Quality Assurance Project Plan: Phthalates and Metals in Children’s Products 19-03-109August 2019
2019 Tacoma Smelter Plume Model Remedies Guidance 19-09-101July 2019
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Characterization of Metals in Sediment from the Lucerne Basin of Lake Chelan 19-03-105April 2019
PBT Trends in Lake Sediment Cores: 2016 Results 18-03-029September 2018
Copper, Zinc, and Lead Concentrations at Five Puget Sound Marinas 18-03-001January 2018
Spokane River PCBs and Other Toxics at the Spokane Tribal Boundary: Recommendations for Developing a Long-Term Monitoring Plan 17-03-019December 2017
PBT Chemical Trends Determined from Age-Dated Lake Sediment Cores, 2015 Results 16-03-046December 2016
PBT Trend Monitoring: Measuring Lead in Suspended Particu late Matter, 2015 Results 16-03-017April 2016
PBT Trend Monitoring: Measuring Lead in Suspended Particulate Matter, 2014 Results 16-03-015April 2016
PBT Chemical Trends Determined from Age-Dated Lake Sediment Cores, 2014 Results 15-03-027August 2015
Puget Sound Regional Toxics Model: Evaluation of PCBs, PBDEs, PAHs, Copper, Lead, and Zinc 15-03-025August 2015
PBT Chemical Trends in Washington State Determined from Age-Dated Lake Sediment Cores, 2012 Sampling Results 13-03-036August 2013
Metals Concentrations in Sediments of Lakes and Wetlands in the Upper Columbia River Watershed: Lead, Zinc, Arsenic, Cadmium, Antimony, and Mercury 13-03-012June 2013
Puget Sound Boatyards: Zinc, Copper, Lead, and Hardness Concentrations in Receiving Waters 09-03-051October 2009
Focus on the Lead Chemical Action Plan 09-07-031September 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix I - Comments Submitted 09-07-008iSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix H - Response to Public Comments 09-07-008hSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix G - Facilitator's Report 09-07-008gSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix F - Toxics Release Inventory for Washington State 09-07-008fSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix E - Income Effects from Reduced IQ 09-07-008eSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix D - IQ Effects from Blood Lead Levels 09-07-008dSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix C - Washington Data on Blood Lead Levels 09-07-008cSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix B - Jewelry Recalls 09-07-008bSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan: Appendix A - 2007 Toy Recalls 09-07-008aSeptember 2009
Washington State Lead Chemical Action Plan 09-07-008September 2009
Tacoma Smelter Plume Soil Safety Program - Legislative Report and Program Update 09-09-126June 2009
Focus on Lead Ammunition - Update on the Lead Chemical Action Plan: Lead Ammunition 08-07-025September 2008
PCBs, PBDEs, and Selected Metals in Spokane River Fish, 2005 06-03-025August 2006
Focus on the PBT Rule 06-07-011February 2006
Cadmium, Copper, Mercury, Lead, and Zinc in the Spokane River: Comparisons with Water Quality Standards and Recommendations for Total Maximum Daily Loads 94-99January 1994