Occurrence and Significance of DDT Compounds and Other Contaminants in Fish, Water, and Sediment from the Yakima River Basin
Occurrence and Significance of DDT Compounds and Other Contaminants in Fish, Water, and Sediment from the Yakima River Basin (Number of pages: 99) (Publication Size: 9MB)
|Author(s)||Johnson, A., A. Newman, D. Norton, and W. Yake|
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|Keywords||contaminant, fish, basin, river, water, water quality, sediment, freshwater sediment, DDT|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 37 Lower Yakima|
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