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Liberty Lake Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load

Publication number Date Published
93-10-205March 1993
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Author(s) David Moore
Description During the mid 1960s – 1970s Liberty Lake showed signs of eutrophication. Due to the numerous sources as contributors of nutrients, the lake sediments were rich in nutrients. A restoration plan was enacted in 1981. In 2008, an Ecology study of the available data, while inconclusive, suggested that the lake is currently meeting water quality standards for phosphorus.
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Keywords water quality, Total Maximum Daily Load, phosphorus

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