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GIS Analysis, Yakima River Suspended Sediment TMDL Evaluation.

Publication number Date Published
95-e17June 1995
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Author(s) Tooley, J.
Description The overall objective of the Yakima River Suspended Sediment TMDL Evaluation Phase 1 was to provide a revised assessment of where the most severe suspended sediment and persistent pesticide problems are located within the Yakima basin, and which sub-basins have the greatest likelihood of damaging fish resources.
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Keywords GIS, suspended sediment, analyses, Yakima River, fish, evaluation, river, water, watershed, TMDL
WEB PAGE Yakima watershed toxics reduction project
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 37,WRIA 39)