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Shelton Storm Drain Sediment Study Results (1989).

Publication number Date Published
90-e15August 1990
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Author(s) Dickes, B.
Description Six storm drains in Shelton were sampled by Ecology in June 1989 to provide baseline water quality data on stormwater priority pollutant concentrations. Half of the drains had pollutant concentrations which exceeded marine sediment quality criteria. Several recommendations were offered for follow-up work.
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Keywords Shelton, priority pollutant, results, study, water quality, sediment, storm drain, stormwater, marine sediment, marine
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 14,WRIA 22)