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Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment and Organochlorine Pesticide Total Maximum Daily Load Evaluation
Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment and Organochlorine Pesticide Total Maximum Daily Load Evaluation (Number of pages: 84) (Publication Size: 2MB)
|Description||An upper Yakima River basin suspended sediment and organochlorine pesticide total maximum daily load (TMDL) evaluation was conducted by the Washington State Department of Ecology as required by the federal Clean Water Act. This evaluation was an extension of the 1997 lower Yakima basin TMDL and addressed several organochlorine pesticide 303(d) listings of water column and fish tissue in the upper basin. Turbidity and suspended sediment were included as transport mechanisms for the pesticides and as pollutants themselves.|
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|Contact||Joan LeTourneau at 360-407-6764 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Keywords||Upper Yakima River, Yakima Basin Integrated Water Management Plan, Yakima River Basin, Yakima, meeting, dieldrin, organochlorine, suspended sediment, creek, reduction, Yakima Basin, Yakima River, fish, 303(d), evaluation, basin, river, water, sediment, toxic, Total Maximum Daily Load, pesticide|
|WEB PAGE||Yakima watershed toxics reduction project|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 39 Upper Yakima|
|DATA||Environmental Information Management (EIM) #BEDI0006
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment and Turbidity
A Summary of Water Quality Data Collected in the Wilson/Cherry Sub-basin, April - October 1999
Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment, Turbidity and Organochlorine Pesticide Total Maximum Daily Load -- Submittal Report
Data Summary: Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment and Organochlorine Pesticide TMDL Evaluation
Flow Summary of Ten Streams and Irrigation Ditches in the Upper Yakima River Basin
Verifying 303(d) DDT/DDE and Dieldrin Listings for the Upper Yakima River
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