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Budd Inlet Sediment Dioxin Source Study

Publication number Date Published
16-09-101September 2015
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Author(s) Peter Striplin
Description This Budd Inlet Sediment Dioxin Source Study documents the chemometric evaluation and
interpretations of Budd Inlet sediment dioxin/furan congener data. The dioxin source profiles for Budd Inlet likely came from hog fuel boilers, pentachlorophenol, and polychlorinated biphenyls. This report discusses the methods, results, and conclusions of the dioxin source study. More information can be found on the web:
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Keywords Toxics Cleanup Program TCP, sediment source study, dioxins, Budd Inlet, contamination
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 13 Deschutes
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 2245

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