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Campbell Lake Total Phosphorus Total Maximum Daily Load

Publication number Date Published
97-10-201July 1997
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Author(s) Tricia Shoblom
Description Campbell Lake, along with Erie Lake, was listed on Washington State's 303(d) list for exceeding water quality standards for total phosphorus. After lake plans were implemented, TMDL studies showed that the lake met water quality standards.
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Keywords 303(d), water cleanup plan, Total Maximum Daily Load, WAC, phosphorus, lake

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