Ecology Publications & Forms
Newaukum Creek Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan
Newaukum Creek Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report
and Implementation Plan (Number of pages: 162) (Publication Size: 7MB)
|Sinang Lee and Dave Garland, WA Dept. of Ecology; Jeff Burkey, King County DNR and Parks
|Newaukum Creek basin is located in western Washington State. It drains about 27 square miles of land area and includes portions of King County and the City of Enumclaw. Portions of Newaukum Creek exhibit unhealthy stream temperature and oxygen conditions that do not meet Washington State water quality standards. This Water Quality Improvement Report contains the studies and an implementation plan for improving stream temperatures in Newaukum Creek.
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