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Trends in Pend Oreille River Ambient Monitoring Data.

Publication number Date Published
91-e16December 1991
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Author(s) Hallock, D.
Description Ambient monitoring stations on the Pend Oreille River at Newport and at the international boundary were evaluated for trends in various water quality constituents with emphasis on nutrients. No trend in the difference between stations (i.e., change in the upstream station relative to the downstream station) was found for any of the constituents examined; however, only three years of overlapping data were available.
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Keywords Pend Oreille, stream, WRIA 62, nitrogen, ambient monitoring, river, water, water quality, monitoring, phosphorus
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 62 Pend Oreille