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Water Quality in Fauntleroy Creek and Cove During the Summer of 1988.

Publication number Date Published
89-e33May 1989
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Author(s) Kendra, W.
Description A water quality survey of Fauntleroy Creek and Cove was performed during June and August 1988. Current studies showed offshore circulation was tidally-driven, while nearshore circulation was both tidally- and wind-driven. A decaying algal mat located 500 feet south of the ferry dock was identified as the source of local sulfide odors.
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Keywords creek, water, water quality, quality, bacteria
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