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Issaquah Creek Basin Water Cleanup Plan for Fecal Coliform Bacteria: Submittal Report

Publication number Date Published
04-10-055July 2004
VIEW NOW Issaquah Creek Basin Water Cleanup Plan for Fecal Coliform Bacteria: Submittal Report (Number of pages: 80) (Publication Size: 1MB)

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Author(s) Garland, Dave and Lisa Olson
Description Issaquah Creek Basin Water Cleanup Plan is one of many water quality plans Ecology must develop under the Clean Water Act and under an Agreement between Ecology and the Environmental Protection Agency by the year 2013. The Issaquah Creek Basin is located on the state’s I-90 corridor at the south end of Lake Sammamish in western King County, consists of the stream networks and watersheds of Issaquah Creek and Tibbetts Creek and contains most of the city of Issaquah. Streams in the Issaquah Creek Basin provide important resources for fish, primary contact recreation, education, and aesthetic enjoyment.
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Keywords report, water cleanup plan, plan, fecal coliform, bacteria

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