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Weaver Creek (Mason County) Fecal Coliform Attainment Monitoring

Publication number Date Published
10-03-070December 2010
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Author(s) Collyard, S.
Description In 2007, the Department of Ecology published a water quality monitoring report on the Skokomish River basin. The study concluded that Weaver Creek did not meet the 2001 TMDL target limits for fecal coliform (FC) bacteria. In 2009, Ecology conducted a study to determine if Weaver Creek is currently meeting the original TMDL target values for FC.

Results from the 2009-10 study indicate that FC levels in Weaver Creek have increased, and TMDL target limits for FC have not been met. The likely source of FC is from livestock upstream of the Skokomish Valley Road Bridge.
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Keywords Skokomish, county, creek, basin, river, water, quality assurance project plan, monitoring, Total Maximum Daily Load, fecal coliform
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 16 Skokomish-Dosewallips
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #SCOL0001


Skokomish River Basin Fecal Coliform Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Study: Water Quality Attainment Monitoring Report