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Basic Water Monitoring Program Fish Tissue and Sediment Sampling for 1989

 
Publication number Date Published
91-e14October 1991
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Author(s) Hopkins, B.
Description As part of the 1989 Basic Water Monitoring Program, fish tissue or sediment samples were collected at nine river locations in Washington State. The level of chemical contamination found at these locations was typically low, in most cases at or near the detection limit. The only notable exceptions were DDT compounds (DDT and metabolites) found in the Walla Walla River sample, when expressed on a lipid weighted basis, was in the range of concentrations reported in whole fish samples from the lower Yakima River. The Walla Walla River should be considered for further investigations.
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Keywords WRIA 41, tissue, sampling, fish, river, water, chemical, monitoring, sediment, DDT
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 07,WRIA 09,WRIA 23,WRIA 32,WRIA 41,WRIA 54,WRIA 55,WRIA 62,WRIA CR)
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #BHOP0001