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Lacamas Creek Fecal Coliform, Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, and pH Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Study Design (Quality Assurance Project Plan)

 
Publication number Date Published
11-03-102February 2011
VIEW NOW Lacamas Creek Fecal Coliform, Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, and pH Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Study Design (Quality Assurance Project Plan) (Number of pages: 71) (Publication Size: 2MB)




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Author(s) Swanson, T.
Description This is the study plan for Lacamas Creek Fecal Coliform, Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, and pH Total Maximum Daily Load.
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Keywords pellet, form, inventory, Clark County, WRIA 28, clean water, county, creek, internet, sampling, resource, temperature, model, 303(d), water, water quality, Ecology, quality, water resource, Total Maximum Daily Load, pH, lake, dissolved oxygen, fecal coliform
WEB PAGE Water Quality Improvement Project, Lacamas Creek Area: Multi-Parameter
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 28 Salmon-Washougal
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #TSWA0003

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