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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Mid Columbia and Snake Rivers Total Dissolved Gas TMDL Field Monitoring

 
Publication number Date Published
02-03-067July 2002
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Author(s) Pickett, P.
Description This Quality Assurance Project Plan addresses total dissolved gas monitoring to be conducted at Wells Dam on the Columbia River and Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River as part of the development of total maximum daily loads on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Data will be collected with multi-parameter data logging meters. Secondary parameters also will be monitored: dissolved oxygen, temperature, pH, and specific conductance. Monitoring is planned for the May through July spring runoff period.
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Keywords Snake River, wells, Columbia River, river, plan, quality assurance, quality assurance project plan, monitoring, quality, TMDL
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 35,WRIA CR)
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #PPIC0005

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