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South Fork Palouse River Analysis of Ambient Monitoring Data

Publication number Date Published
93-e25August 1993
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Author(s) Hallock, D.
Description The South Fork of the Palouse River (SFPR) at Pullman has long exhibited extremely poor water quality due to high concentrations of bacteria, nutrients, turbidity, and suspended solids. Ecology's Ambient Monitoring Section monitored water quality monthly at four stations in the SFPR drainage in Wateryear 1992 (October 1991-September 1992).
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Keywords stream, suspended sediment, wastewater treatment plant, results, creek, ambient monitoring, river, water, water quality, monitoring, sediment, ammonia, bacteria
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 34 Palouse