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Lower Similkameen River Arsenic Total Maximum Daily Load: Submittal Report

 
Publication number Date Published Date Revised
03-10-074August 2003February 2004
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Author(s) Mark Peterschmidt
Description This report presents TMDL analyses and recommendations for arsenic in the Similkameen River and its tributaries.
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Keywords report, Total Maximum Daily Load, arsenic
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