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River and Stream Water Quality Monitoring Report for Water Year 2004

Publication number Date Published
05-03-038December 2005
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Author(s) Hallock, D.
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology Freshwater Monitoring Unit collected monthly water quality information at 82 stream monitoring stations during Water Year 2004 (October 1, 2003 - September 30, 2004). We also collected 30-minute interval temperature data at 52 sites from June through September 2004.

The principal goals of this ongoing monitoring program are to characterize the rivers and streams of Washington State and to track changes in water quality. This report documents data quality and presents results for Water Year 2004.
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Keywords stream, environmental, river, water quality, monitoring, quality, watershed, freshwater
WEB PAGE River & stream water quality monitoring
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #AMS001

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