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Upper Humptulips River Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load -- Technical Report
Upper Humptulips River Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load -- Technical Report (Number of pages: 107) (Publication Size: 947KB)
|Author(s)||Cleland, Bruce; Peredney, Chris; Stoddard, Robin|
|Description||The purpose of this assessment is to describe water quality in the Upper Humptulips watershed. Specifically, the water quality assessment is intended to:
• Describe water quality concerns in the context of the setting, the aquatic resources, beneficial uses, applicable standards, and the condition of key indicators;
• Evaluate pollution sources and disturbance activities that contribute to water quality problems; and
• Outline water quality management needs including identification of those waters which still require total maximum daily loads (TMDLs).
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|Contact||Dustin Bilhimer at 360-407-6276 or Dustin.Bilhimer@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||temperature, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load|
|WEB PAGE||Upper Humptulips River Watershed: Temperature|
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