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Johnson Creek Watershed Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load: Detailed Implementation Plan

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
03-10-079September 2003January 2004
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Author(s) Mark Henderson
Description This implementation plan details how and when pollution reductions will be achieved to meet water quality standards in the Johnson Creek watershed.
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Keywords violations, violation, creek, focus, rule, rules, environmental, goals, study, implementation, implementation plan, plan, water, water quality, standards, quality, waste, water quality standards, watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load, bacteria
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