Frequently Asked Questions: Solving Spokane River’s Dissolved Oxygen Shortage (Obsolete)
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|Description||Too much phosphorus and other nutrients in the Spokane River and Lake Spokane have caused a depletion of dissolved oxygen in the river, which fish need to breathe. This FAQ provided information about implementing Ecology's water quality improvement plan to reduce nutrient pollution.|
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|Contact||Karin Baldwin at 509-329-3601 or Karin.Baldwin@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||Spokane River, fish, river, water quality, lake, dissolved oxygen|
|WEB PAGE||Spokane River Basin|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 54,WRIA 55,WRIA 57)
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