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Title

Taxonomic Laboratory Protocol for Stream Macroinvertebrates Collected by the Washington State Department of Ecology (Historical)

 
Publication number Date Published
96-323June 1996
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Author(s) Plotnikoff, R.
Description The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) is engaged in collection and storage of biological data from Washington State's surface waters. Biological data collection is, in part, intended to be used for delineating temporal and spatial distribution patterns as well as establishing biocriteria. The long term program goal is to develop a diagnostic tool for determining the condition and source of degradation in the state’s aquatic systems.
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Keywords stream bioassessment, macroinvertebrates, stream, guidance, protocol, invertebrates, biological, methods, water, quality assurance, laboratory
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