Ecology Publications & Forms
North Fork Palouse River Dissolved Oxygen and pH Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan
North Fork Palouse River Dissolved Oxygen and pH Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report and Implementation Plan (Number of pages: 124) (Publication Size: 4442KB)
North Fork Palouse River Dissolved Oxygen and pH Total Maximum Daily Load: Appendices
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|Snouwaert, Elaine, T. Stuart
|Water quality data indicated that the North Fork Palouse River has insufficient dissolved oxygen (DO) and high pH that do not protect fish and other aquatic life. Ecology developed this total maximum daily load report and implementation plan to explain the conditions causing the impairment and the steps needed to restore the river to conditions that meet state water quality standards to support aquatic life use.
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|Elaine Snouwaert at 509-329-3503 or Elaine.Snouwaert@ecy.wa.gov
|Palouse River, water cleanup plan, Total Maximum Daily Load, pH, dissolved oxygen
|Water Quality Improvement Projects: Palouse Watershed Area
|Water Resource Inventory Area 34 Palouse
|Environmental Information Management (EIM) #JICA0001
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