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Woodland Creek Baseline Data Summary, January 1991-March 1992

Publication number Date Published
92-e15August 1992
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Author(s) Dickes, B. and B. Reed
Description Monitoring of Woodland Creek prior to construction of the new Ecology building showed that turbidity and TSS concentrations were not significantly different between upstream and downstream sites. However, dissolved oxygen and pH concentrations were found to be significantly lower at the upstream site. High metals concentrations in sediment were seen at all sites and elevated organics in sediment were seen at the upstream site. Fecal coliform and dissolved oxygen concentrations at all sites occasionally failed to meet Washington State Class AA water quality standards.
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Keywords Woodland, stream, creek, metals, water, water quality, monitoring, sediment, pH, dissolved oxygen, fecal coliform
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 13 Deschutes