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Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment, Turbidity and Organochlorine Pesticide Total Maximum Daily Load: Detailed Implementation Plan

 
Publication number Date Published
03-10-058December 2003
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Addendum to the Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment, Turbidity, and Organochlorine Pesticide Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL): Detailed Implementation Plan
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Author(s) Creech, Jane
Description This detailed implementation plan (DIP) document outlines the steps that will be taken in an effort to reduce levels of suspended sediment, turbidity and organochlorine pesticides1 in the upper Yakima River basin, in central Washington State. This document expands the sediment pesticide reduction strategies found in earlier reports written for the Upper Yakima River Basin Suspended Sediment, Turbidity and Organochlorine Pesticides Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL). This DIP also specifies the ways in which implementation activities may reduce these pollutants and generally improve stream health. Lastly, the DIP explains how water quality monitoring will be used to track progress and to indicate when adaptive management procedures may need to be employed.
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Keywords organochlorine, suspended sediment, water cleanup plan, implementation plan
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 39 Upper Yakima
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