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Re-survey for Aldrin in Spring/Snipes Creek.

Publication number Date Published
88-e14January 1988
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Author(s) Johnson, A. and D. Norton
Description Results of chlorinated pesticides/PCBs analysis of stream bed sediments in Spring/Snipes Creek and the Yakima River above their confluence. This analysis was done to follow up on the finding of a high aldrin concentration (1065 ug/Kg, dry) at the mouth of Spring/Snipes Creek in 1985 (Johnson et al. 1986).
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Keywords PAHs, results, creek, river, survey
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 37 Lower Yakima