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Obsolete: ARCHIVE: Budd Inlet Sediment Quality Results, 2018: A story map created by Ecology’s Marine Sediment Monitoring Team (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
22-03-015March 2022
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Author(s) Marine Sediment Team
Description This publication is the archived storyboard for the “Budd Inlet” story map, an online interactive report created by the Department of Ecology’s Marine Sediment Monitoring Team:

This Budd Bay story map is part of the team’s new Sediment Quality in Puget Sound story map collection. It provides a summary of findings from analysis of physical, biogeochemical, and chemical contaminant parameters measured in sediment samples, as well as the composition of the sediment-dwelling invertebrate communities sampled from 30 monitoring stations, in Budd Inlet during June 2018. These results are also compared to results from our previous survey conducted in 2011. This storyboard was created for archival purposes only.

Click on the “SEDIMENT QUALITY IN PUGET SOUND STORY MAP COLLECTION” link* under WEB PAGE (below) to visit and interact with the online Budd Inlet story map and collection to learn more about our Puget Sound Sediment Monitoring Program findings.

*To open our story maps, use the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, or Microsoft Edge.

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Keywords marine sediment monitoring, Puget Sound sediment monitoring, story map, Sediment quality, invertebrates, Budd Inlet
WEB PAGE Sediment Quality in Puget Sound story map collection
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 13 Deschutes
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Quality Assurance Monitoring Plan: The Puget Sound Sediment Monitoring Program

Sediment Quality in Budd Inlet, 2011