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Water Quality Assessment of Tributaries to the Snohomish River and Nonpoint Source Pollution TMDL

 
Publication number Date Published
97-334September 1997
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Author(s) Cusimano, B.
Description Water quality of tributaries in the Snohomish River drainage are assessed using data collected by Ecology and Snohomish County. Overall, water quality in Quilceda Creek, Allen Creek, French Creek, Woods Creek, the Marshland, and parts of the Pilchuck River violate water quality standards for fecal coliform. The violations are more extensive during the dry season (May-October). In addition, violations of the dissolved oxygen criterion occur during the dry season in Quilceda Creek, Allen Creek, French Creek, and the Marshland.
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Keywords watershed management, nonpoint, county, creek, Snohomish River, rule, study, basin, river, water, water quality, assessment, quality, watershed, wood, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load, point source, pollution, dissolved oxygen, fecal coliform
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