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Sources Affecting Bacteria Quality in Oakland Bay Interim Status Report.

Publication number Date Published
87-e26March 1987
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Author(s) Michaud, J.P.
Description The Department of Ecology began an investigation into the source(s) of bacteria to Oakland Bay in an effort to define and correct the problem. The investigation has centered on the city of Shelton's inner harbor area because DSHS data indicated bacteria levels were highest in this area. This report is intended as a review of the steps taken so far in addressing the problem and as an update of Ecology's preliminary findings.
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Keywords status report, report, quality, bacteria
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 14 Kennedy-Goldsborough