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Investigation of Stormwater Discharges to Wheeler Osgood Waterway.

Publication number Date Published
87-e33May 1987
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Author(s) Stinson, M. and D. Norton
Description Six discharges to Wheeler Osgood Waterway were sampled to determine if they are current sources of copper, lead, arsenic, zinc, 4-methylphenol, and dichlorobenzenes. Metals concentrations were similar to those typically seen in urban runoff
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Keywords discharges, investigation, metals, urban, water, storm drain, stormwater, discharge
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 10 Puyallup-White