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Mill Creek and Cameron Creek Benthic Macroinvertebrate Survey

Publication number Date Published
98-324August 1998
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Author(s) Johnson, A.
Description Mill and Cameron Creeks’ benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages were sampled on September 23, 1997 to determine if there was evidence of toxic effects due to aluminum or other pollutants on the streams' biological community. No definitive signals were seen in the macroinvertebrates; however, the assemblage showed some degree of impact with lower than expected numbers of taxa and indicator species.
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Keywords stream, invertebrates, biological, creek, metals, flow, urban, water, sediment, toxic, survey, watershed, aluminum, benthic
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 25 Grays-Elochoman