Walla Walla Watershed PCBs, Chlorinated Pesticides, Fecal Coliform, Temperature, pH, and Dissolved Oxygen Total Maximum Daily Load Water Quality Implementation Plan
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|Author(s)||Baldwin, Karen; Gray, Donovan; Jones, Jon|
|Description||Ecology began a TMDL in this watershed because the Walla Walla River and several tributaries did not meet water quality standards. Several streams were on the 303(d) list in 1996 and 2004 for not meeting temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, PCBs, chlorinated pesticides, and fecal coliform standards. Based on the findings in the TMDL, Ecology and the Water Quality Subcommittee develop this water quality implementation plan (WQIP). This plan spells out what will be done in the watershed to address the water quality issues.|
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|Keywords||temperature, 303(d), implementation plan, water quality, quality, watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load, pesticide, dissolved oxygen, fecal coliform, chlorinated,|
|WEB PAGE||Walla Walla Watershed Water Quality Improvement Project|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 32 Walla Walla|
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