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Snoqualmie River Basin Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load - Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan
Snoqualmie River Basin Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load - Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan (Number of pages: 327) (Publication Size: 18MB)
|Svrjcek, Ralph, Anita Stohr, James Kardouni
|Water temperatures in the Snoqualmie River watershed are too high to support the needs of fish and their ecosystem. The goal of the Snoqualmie River Basin Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan is to describe the extent of the problem and actions needed to cool river waters.
|Snoqualmie Watershed Water Quality Synthesis Report: January 2009 (Salmon Conservation and Restoration) www.govlink.org/watersheds/7/plans-studies/water_quality_synthesis_report.aspx
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