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Sun Lakes Trophic Status Assessment Study

Publication number Date Published
99-315March 1999
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Author(s) Pickett, P.
Description Five lakes in the Sun Lakes area of eastern Washington -- Deep, Park, Blue, Alkali, and Lenore -- were studied to evaluate their trophic status and the impacts of pollutant sources in the watershed. Five surveys of the lakes were conducted between May and October 1996.
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Keywords trophic status, chlorophyll, nitrogen, lakes, model, study, basin, water, water quality, assessment, best management practices, management, watershed, pH, phosphorus, nutrient loading, lake, livestock, algae, best management practice
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 42 Grand Coulee
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