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Little Spokane River Dissolved oxygen, pH, and Total Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load

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20-10-033October 2020December 2020
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Little Spokane River DO, pH, Total Phosphorus TMDL Appendices
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Author(s) Department of Ecology
Description A TMDL defines the maximum amount of the pollutant that a waterbody can receive while continuing to meet water quality standards. A TMDL also allocates the maximum allowable pollutant load between point and nonpoint sources of the pollutant. A TMDL provides a framework for EPA, states, and partner organizations to establish and implement pollution control and management plan.
NOTES The Little Spokane River Do, pH and Total Phosphorus TMDL Appendices a supplemental document Final draft 12-15-2020
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Keywords Spokane River TMDL, Spokane River, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load, total phosphorus, Total Dissolved Gas
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