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East Fork Lewis River Watershed Bacteria Monitoring and Nonpoint Source Identification

 
Publication number Date Published
21-10-003February 2021
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Author(s) Water Quality Program
Description The Department of Ecology identified bacteria impairments across the East Fork Lewis River and major tributaries in the watershed. This study further investigates bacteria levels across sections of the high priority tributaries in order to better locate pollution sources and prioritize areas for future implementation work.
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Keywords Nonpoint Pollution, nonpoint source, E.coli, stream, monitoring, streams, non point, non point source, bacteria, stream monitoring
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