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Title

The Cause(s) of Continued Hypolimnetic Anoxia in Long Lake, Washington, Following Advances Wastewater Treatment by the City of Spokane.

 
Publication number Date Published
82-31August 1982
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Author(s) Wagstaff, W., and R. Soltero
Description The purpose of this study was to determine the cause(s) of continued hypolimnetic anoxia in
Long Lake with advanced wastewater treatment in operation. Biochemical oxygen demand, chemical oxyen demand, and sediment oxygen demand were determined.
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Keywords Reservoir, stream, investigation, chemical oxygen demand, wastewater treatment plant, anoxia, secchi disk, chlorophyll, Spokane River, study, river, water, chemical, sediment, waste, phosphorus, lake, dissolved oxygen, algae
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 54 Lower Spokane