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Drainage Basin Tracing Study: Phase II Chemicals Found in Storm Drains & Outfalls to Sinclair & Dyes Inlet

Publication number Date Published
95-342August 1995
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Author(s) Cubbage, J.
Description To examine concentrations and distribution of priority pollutants that discharge through the storm drain system into Sinclair and Dyes Inlet, sediments, water, and particulate centrifuged from stormwater were collected from storm drain systems. This study was designed to trace pollutants, found in an earlier phase, to small, identifiable sections of storm drain systems. Additionally, outfalls that were not previously checked were examined in this second phase of study. A total of 13 sites were examined: two outfall areas from Port Orchard, three outfall areas from Silverdale, and eight storm drain sites in Bremerton.
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Keywords silver, priority pollutant, PAHs, Chemicals, metals, pollutant, contaminant, study, basin, water, chemical, water quality, sediment, zinc, shipyard, storm drain, stormwater, orchard, outfall, Puget Sound, ship, marine sediment, mercury, PCBs, pH, lead, marine, drainage
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