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Salmon Creek Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan
Salmon Creek Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan (Number of pages: 91) (Publication Size: 2MB)
|Author(s)||T. Cummings, K. McKee, A. Stohr|
|Description||Monitoring data collected by Clark County in 1998-2002 indicate Salmon Creek does not meet Washington State water quality criteria for temperature. These data resulted in the creek’s inclusion on the State’s 303(d) list. Subsequent monitoring by the county shows temperatures not meeting (above) criteria throughout the watershed. This TMDL contains the results of a temperature assessment for the Salmon Creek watershed and an implementation plan based on those results. The plan explains the roles and authorities of cleanup partners and the programs or other means through which they will address these water quality issues. The plan also prioritizes specific actions to improve water quality and to achieve Washington State water quality standards for temperature.|
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|Keywords||water quality improvement report, temperature, 303(d), implementation plan, water quality, monitoring, Total Maximum Daily Load, salmon|
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