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Snohomish River Tributaries Fecal Coliform Total Maximum Daily Load Submittal Report

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
00-10-087November 2000June 2001
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Author(s) Robert Wright, Randy Coots, and Robert Cusimano
Description The Snohomish River basin drains 1,978 square miles and discharges to Possession Sound near the City of Everett. The junction of two major rivers, the Skykomish and Snoqualmie, forms the Snohomish River. The TMDL study area is comprised of the main Snohomish River tributaries:
Quilceda, Allen, Woods, French Creek, the Marshlands and Pilchuck River and is be referred to as the Snohomish River Tributaries Watershed in this document.
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Keywords creek, Snohomish River, report, study, basin, cleanup, river, water cleanup plan, plan, water, watershed, wood, Total Maximum Daily Load, fecal coliform

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