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Lacamas Creek Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Evaluation

Publication number Date Published
96-307January 1996
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Author(s) Erickson, K.
Description Lacamas Creek, a small drainage in Clark County, Washington, violates state water quality standards for temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and fecal coliform. As a result, portions of the creek are included on the state's §303(d) list as requiring a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL). This report evaluates if past assessment and control activities in the watershed meet EPA's requirements for a TMDL. Each of the five elements of a TMDL -- problem formulation, TMDL calculations, control actions, public involvement, and monitoring -- is addressed in terms of EPA requirements, work completed in the basin, and an evaluation of completeness.
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Keywords nonpoint, county, creek, temperature, 303(d), evaluation, basin, water, water quality, watershed, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load, pH, phosphorus, lake, dissolved oxygen, fecal coliform, best management practice
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