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How toxics get into fish, sediments and water (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
12-01-001January 2012
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Author(s) Communication & Education
Description Document looked at reducing the sources of toxics over time, to ensure that Washington’s fish stay clean and healthy today and into the future. This illustration showed where that pollution comes from.
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Keywords runoff, water quality