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Title

Basic Water Monitoring Program: Fish Tissue and Sediment Sampling for 1984.

 
Publication number Date Published
85-7November 1985
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Author(s) Hopkins, B., D. Clark, M. Schlender, and M. Stinson
Description During 1984 the Washington State Department of Ecology collected fish and sediment samples at ten locations in Washington as part of its Basic Water Monitoring Program (BWMP). Fish tissue samples were analyzed for parameters including organic pesticides, PCBs, and heavy metals. Sediments were analyzed for priority pollutants excluding volatile organs.
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Keywords priority pollutant, tissue, sampling, metals, pesticides, Columbia River, fish, river, water, monitoring, sediment, PCBs, DDT
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 03,WRIA 09,WRIA 32,WRIA 34,WRIA 37,WRIA 45,WRIA 47,WRIA 49,WRIA CR)
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #BHOP0002

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