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Grays Harbor Fecal Coliform Total Maximum Daily Load Study

 
Publication number Date Published
00-03-020June 2000
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Author(s) Pelletier, G. and K. Seiders
Description This report presents a comprehensive assessment by the Washington State Department of Ecology of fecal coliform bacteria sources to Grays Harbor. This study includes quantification of sources of fecal coliform, levels of contamination, pollutant transport mechanisms, and die-off within Grays Harbor. Shellfish growers in the outer harbor are experiencing repeated temporary closures, due to violations of fecal coliform discharge limits in existing point source and nonpoint sources of fecal coliform.
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Keywords results, health, model, study, river, water, loading, Total Maximum Daily Load, outfall, shellfish, fecal coliform
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