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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Feasibility of using Sediment Profile Imaging Technology to Evaluate Sediment Quality and Impacts to Benthic Communities found at two Contaminated Sediment Cleanup Sites in the Puget Sound.

 
Publication number Date Published
06-03-119December 2006
VIEW NOW Quality Assurance Project Plan: Feasibility of using Sediment Profile Imaging Technology to Evaluate Sediment Quality and Impacts to Benthic Communities found at two Contaminated Sediment Cleanup Sites in the Puget Sound. (Number of pages: 41) (Publication Size: 1MB)




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Author(s) Germano & Associates
Description This Quality Assurance Project Plan was written by Germano and Associates for the Washington State Department of Ecology.
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Keywords Lower Duwamish Waterway, contaminated, flow, goals, waterway, cleanup, technology, water, quality assurance, quality assurance project plan, sediment, quality, wood, Puget Sound, contaminated sediment, benthic
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