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Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program: Reconnaissance Sampling of Fish Tissue and Sediments (1992)

Publication number Date Published
94-194December 1994
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Author(s) Davis, D. and A. Johnson
Description A reconnaissance survey was conducted to refine the target analyte list, analytical methods, and field sampling techniques for the biota and sediment sampling portion of the Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program. Fish and/or sediment samples were collected from seven freshwater sites in September and October of 1992.
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Keywords forest practices, Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program, total suspended solids, samples, invertebrates, tissue, science, sampling, nitrogen, methods, pesticides, flow, conductivity, temperature, fish, urban, chemical, monitoring, sediment, toxic, pesticide, pH, phosphorus, nitrate, nitrite, herbicide, freshwater sediment, DDT
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DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #WSPMP92S

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