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Budd Inlet Total Maximum Daily Load for Dissolved Oxygen

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
22-10-012June 2022October 2022
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Author(s) Water Quality Program
Description This document is a cleanup plan that addresses low dissolved oxygen levels within Budd Inlet. It summarizes the monitoring, modeling, and science behind our approach, as well as our strategy for improving dissolved oxygen conditions.
NOTES Final document and all Appendices Oct 2022
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Keywords Capitol Lake, water quality improvement plan, Deschutes, Deschutes River, water quality, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load, dissolved oxygen
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