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Watershed Briefing Paper for the Upper and Lower Yakima Watersheds

Publication number Date Published
96-336September 1996
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Author(s) Joy, J., B. Ehinger, J. Cubbage, S. Golding, and D. Erickson
Description The following set of briefing papers describes the work performed by Ecology’s Environmental Investigations and Laboratory Services Program staff for the Water Quality Program and others over the past ten years in the Upper and Lower Yakima Water Quality Management Areas (WQMAs). Also included are short reviews of other sources of water quality data for the WQMAs.
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Keywords GIS, organochlorine, nonpoint, suspended sediment, investigation, invertebrates, environmental, river, water, water quality, sediment, quality, management, waste, watershed, Total Maximum Daily Load, point source, groundwater, dairy, DDT, agriculture
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 37,WRIA 38,WRIA 39)