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Water Cleanup Plans: Taking the temperature of the Walla Walla watershed

Publication number Date Published
02-10-035July 2002
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Author(s) ERO
Description Increased water temperature is one of the leading water-quality problems in Washington. Federal law requires states to identify and clean up the bodies of water that do not meet water-quality standards. With local assistance, the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) will be developing water cleanup plans, also known as Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plans to address the temperature problems.
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Keywords creek, science, temperature, cleanup, river, water cleanup plan, plan, water, watershed, thermal, lead
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