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Totten and Eld Inlets Clean Water Projects: Annual Report

Publication number Date Published
96-342September 1996
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Author(s) Seiders, K.
Description Four of a planned nine years of monitoring water quality and pollution controls were completed in six sub-basins within the Totten and Eld Inlet watersheds in Puget Sound as part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Section 319 National Monitoring Program. The goal of the monitoring program is to determine the effectiveness of nonpoint source pollution management programs at improving water quality.
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Keywords nonpoint, total suspended solids, analyses, environmental, Section 319, flow, conductivity, temperature, fish, annual report, study, basin, order, water, trend, water quality, monitoring, watershed, Puget Sound, shellfish, point source, livestock, Environmental Protection Agency, fecal coliform, bacteria, best management practice
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 13,WRIA 14)