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Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program: 1993 Surface Water Sampling Report

 
Publication number Date Published
94-164October 1994
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Author(s) Davis, D. and A. Johnson
Description The Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program (WSPMP) was initiated in 1991 by the Department of Ecology to characterize pesticide residues geographically and over time in groundwater and surface water throughout Washington. WSPMP surface water samples were collected at nine sites in April, June, August, and October of 1993, and from two additional sites in June only. Sites were selected to represent various pesticide uses; including agricultural use west of the Cascate instream conditions as they relate to Water Quality Standards, detect changes in water quality over time, and provide current water quality information for Ecology's water quality based permitting of dischargers.
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Keywords Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program, stream, sampling, ambient monitoring, surface water, pesticides, treatment, temperature, basin, river, water, trend, water quality, monitoring, standards, quality, water quality standards, outfall, Puget Sound, sewage, sewage treatment, pesticide, ground water, fecal coliform, bacteria
WEB PAGE Monitoring for toxic chemicals
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #WSPMP93W