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Yakima River Watershed Toxics Study

Publication number Date Published
06-10-069September 2006
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Author(s) Mark Peterschmidt
Description This publication provides an overview of water quality issues from toxic chemicals, including banned pesticides and PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) in the Yakima River watershed.
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Keywords toxics, chemical, toxic, watershed
WEB PAGE TMDL Activity by County and WRIA
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
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