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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Chlorinated Pesticides, PCBs, and Dioxins in Yakima River Fish - 2006: Assessing Progress Toward TMDL Targets and Updating the Fish Consumption Advisory

 
Publication number Date Published
06-03-111September 2006
VIEW NOW Quality Assurance Project Plan: Chlorinated Pesticides, PCBs, and Dioxins in Yakima River Fish - 2006: Assessing Progress Toward TMDL Targets and Updating the Fish Consumption Advisory (Number of pages: 32) (Publication Size: 495KB)




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Author(s) Johnson, A.
Description This is the study plan for Chlorinated Pesticides, PCBs, and Dioxins in Yakima River Fish - 2006: Assessing Progress Toward TMDL Targets and Updating the Fish Consumption Advisory.
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Keywords dioxins, consumption, fish, 303(d), section 303, river, water, quality assurance, quality assurance project plan, quality, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load, pesticide, dioxin, furan, chlorinated
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 37,WRIA 38,WRIA 39)
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #AJOH0050

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