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Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program: 1996 Surface Water Sampling Report

Publication number Date Published
98-305March 1998
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Author(s) Davis, D.
Description Initiated in 1991 by the Department of Ecology, the Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program (WSPMP) analyzes ground water, surface water, fish tissue, and sediments for pesticide residues. The results of these analyses are used to provide information on how these residues are distributed in the environment and if these patterns are changing over time.
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Keywords Grays Harbor County, Newaukum Creek, forest practices, Washington State Pesticide Monitoring Program, stream, total suspended solids, suspended sediment, samples, county, results, creek, science, sampling, nitrogen, surface water, pesticides, flow, conductivity, temperature, fish, urban, study, basin, river, water, chemical, water quality, assessment, monitoring, sediment, quality, survey, TMDL, Puget Sound, pesticide, pH, phosphorus, nitrate, nitrite, irrigation, herbicide, ground water, drainage, DDT, agriculture
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 08 Cedar-Sammamish
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #WSPMP96W