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Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Project Results, May - November 1999

Publication number Date Published
01-03-024July 2001
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Author(s) Marti, P. and R. Garrigues
Description The Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Study was intended to provide baseline data of the physical and chemical influences of the Spokane River on the upper Spokane Valley aquifer.
Of particular interest is the influence of dissolved metals (cadmium, lead, zinc) that have exceeded water quality criteria in the river. The study encompassed the spring high-flow period through the fall low-flow period (May - November) of 1999.
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Keywords Spokane County, county, results, surface water, wells, contaminant, flow, Spokane River, WRIA 57, study, river, water, survey, zinc, lead, groundwater, cadmium, aquifer
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 57 Middle spokane
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