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Water Cleanup Plans: Stillaguamish River Watershed

Publication number Date Published
01-10-034June 2001
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Author(s) Susan Lee
Description Water quality studies underway

The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) is conducting water quality studies in the Stillaguamish River watershed. During the summer of 2001, three studies will be underway in addition to ongoing water quality monitoring in the basin. One study will assess fecal coliform bacteria, dissolved oxygen, and metals in the main stem and tributaries of the Stillaguamish River. A second study will assess temperature, and a third study will collect information on macroinvertebrate (aquatic insect) communities in the river bottom.
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Keywords study, basin, cleanup, river, water cleanup plan, plan, water, water quality, watershed
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 05 Stillaguamish

Stillaguamish River Watershed Fecal Coliform, Dissolved Oxygen, pH, Mercury, and Arsenic Total Maximum Daily Load Study