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Teanaway River Basin Temperature Pilot Technical Assessment

Publication number Date Published
00-03-015April 2000
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Author(s) Stohr, A. and S. Leskie
Description The Teanaway River basin drains to the upper reaches of the Yakima River on the east slope of the Cascade mountain range. The basin experiences high stream temperatures detrimental to threatened salmonids. This report summarizes an approach for developing a temperature Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), applied on a pilot basis to the Teanaway River basin. The project objectives were to (1) determine potential solutions to the high stream temperature problems, and (2) pilot the use of Geographic Information System techniques for more effective collection and analysis of temperature data.
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Keywords Teanaway, stream, technical, flow, temperature, model, basin, river, information, water, assessment, Total Maximum Daily Load
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 39 Upper Yakima
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #ASTO0005


Teanaway Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load Submittal Report