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Symposium Article: Total Maximum Daily Load Effectiveness Monitoring Strategy for Washington State

 
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03-03-039July 2003
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Author(s) Onwumere, G. and R. Plotnikoff
Description This paper presents a TMDL effectiveness monitoring strategy for Washington State. It appeared in the American Water Resources Association 2003 International Congress, Watershed Management for Water Supply Systems Conference, CD-ROM, New York, NY, June 29-July 2, 2003.
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Keywords watershed management, ocean, resource, environmental, Pacific Northwest, model, 303(d), section 303, study, river, plan, water supply, water, monitoring, management, water resource, water resources, watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load, Environmental Protection Agency