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Sumas River BOD, Ammonia-N, and Chlorine Total Maximum Daily Load

Publication number Date Published
96-10-201April 1996
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Author(s) Steve Hood
Description This document is a TMDL covering biological oxygen demand (BOD), Ammonia-nitrate, and Chlorine impact on the Sumas River. This TMDL set wasteload allocations for these parameters.
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Keywords chlorine, water cleanup plan, Total Maximum Daily Load, ammonia

Sumas River Receiving Water Study