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Deep Lake (Stevens County) Water Quality Monitoring Study

Publication number Date Published
15-03-028August 2015
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Author(s) Stuart, T.
Description In response to citizen complaints about water quality in Deep Lake in Stevens County, the Washington State Department of Ecology collected baseline water quality data at the lake during 2014. Study findings include elevated fecal coliform and total suspended solids in the inlet stream, significant sediment trapping by the lake, and anoxia in the hypolimnion during the summer months.
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Keywords Deep Lake, HUC number, anoxia, water quality, monitoring, sediment
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 61 Upper Lake Roosevelt
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #JROS0024


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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Deep Lake (Stevens County) Monitoring