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56 Hangman (56 publications 1970-2021)


Title (link to summary)NumberDate (released or updated)
Focus on: Section 401 Water Quality Certifications 21-06-008April 2021
Focus on: Water of the United States 21-06-007March 2021
Planning for flood risks 21-06-004February 2021
Hangman (Latah) Creek Hydrogeologic Assessment, Focusing on the Latah Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant 20-03-013November 2020
Tekoa Wastewater Treatment Plant Dissolved Oxygen, pH, and Nutrients Receiving Water Study 20-03-006May 2020
Atmospheric Deposition of PCBs in the Spokane River Watershed 19-03-003March 2019
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Hangman Creek Dissolved Oxygen, pH, and Nutrients Pollutant Source Assessment 17-03-111May 2017
Focus on Water Availability: Hangman Watershed, WRIA 56 11-11-060January 2017
Addendum to Quality Assurance Project Plan: Hangman Creek Watershed Dissolved Oxygen and pH Total Maximum Daily Load 16-03-106April 2016
Spokane River and Lake Spokane Dissolved Oxygen Total Maximum Daily Load: 2010-2014 Implementation Report 15-10-038September 2015
A Focused Assistance Program in Hangman Creek Watershed 10-10-074August 2014
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Spokane River Toxics Fish Tissue and Preliminary Monitoring in Fiscal Year 2013 in Support of the Long-term Toxics Monitoring Strategy 13-03-103January 2013
Spokane River Urban Waters Source Investigation and Data Analysis Progress Report 12-04-025September 2012
Hangman (Latah) Creek Watershed Fecal Coliform Bacteria, Temperature, and Turbidity Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Implementation Plan 11-10-012May 2011
Hangman Creek Watershed Dissolved Oxygen, pH, and Nutrients Total Maximum Daily Load Study: Data Summary Report 11-03-020March 2011
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Hangman Hills Sewage Treatment Plant Nutrient Loading and Groundwater Study 10-03-116September 2010
Investing Time to Build Partnerships between Universities and Cities 10-10-041July 2010
An Assessment of the PCB and Dioxin Background in Washington Freshwater Fish, with Recommendations for Prioritizing 303(d) Listings 10-03-007January 2010
2009 Report to the Legislature: Watershed Plan Implementation Statutory Changes, Progress Report on Setting Instream Flows, and Reclaimed Water in Adopted Plans 09-11-033January 2010
Executive Summary of Hangman (Latah) Creek Watershed Fecal Coliform, Temperature, and Turbidity Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report 09-10-030aJune 2009
2008 Report to the Legislature - Progress on Watershed Planning and Setting Instream Flows 08-06-027December 2008
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Hangman Creek Watershed Dissolved Oxygen and pH Total Maximum Daily Load Water Quality Study Design 08-03-117October 2008
Town of Rockford: Thinking Out of the Box 08-10-053June 2008
Clarks Creek Watershed Fecal Coliform TMDL 07-10-110May 2008
Frequently Asked Questions about Spokane River’s dissolved oxygen shortage 07-10-078September 2007
Frequently Asked Questions about PBDEs and Dioxins/Furans in the Spokane River 06-10-048June 2006
Focus on Spokane River Studies 06-10-046June 2006
Frequently Asked Questions about Spokane River PCBs Study 06-10-043June 2006
Hangman Creek Watershed 06-10-014February 2006
Progress on Watershed Planning and Setting Instream Flows 05-11-038December 2005
Frequently Asked Questions about Protecting Oxygen in the Spokane River 05-10-036March 2005
Washington State Toxics Monitoring Program: Toxic Contaminants in Fish Tissue and Surface Water in Freshwater Environments, 2002 04-03-040September 2004
Assessment of Changes in Water Quality in the Spokane River Between Riverside State Park and the Washington-Idaho Border 04-03-007April 2004
Spokane River and Lake Spokane (Long Lake) Pollutant Loading Assessment for Protecting Dissolved Oxygen 04-03-006February 2004
River and Stream Ambient Monitoring Report for Water Year 2000 01-03-042December 2001
An Ecological Hazard Assessment for PCBs in the Spokane River 01-03-015April 2001
River and Stream Ambient Monitoring Report for Water Year 1997 99-332August 1999
Metals Concentrations in Spokane River Sediments Collected with USGS in 1998 99-330August 1999
River and Stream Ambient Monitoring Report for Wateryear 1996 98-317June 1998
River and Stream Ambient Monitoring Report for Wateryear 1995 96-355December 1996
River and Stream Ambient Monitoring Report for Wateryear 1993 94-158September 1994
Instream Biological Assessment Monitoring Protocols: Benthic Macroinvertebrates 94-113June 1994
City of Tekoa. Wastewater Treatment Plan Class II Inspection, August 31 - September 1, 1993 94-33March 1994
Freshwater Ambient Monitoring Report for Wateryear 1991 93-75September 1993
Tekoa Wastewater Treatment Plant Limited Class II and Receiving Water Survey. 89-e00July 1989
The Spokane River Basin: Allowable Phosphorus Loading 87-e29September 1987
Phosphorus Attenuation in the Spokane River 85-e28June 1985
Spokane River Wasteload Allocation Study, Phase I 81-e27April 1981
Tekoa Class II Inspection. 79-e34January 1979
Deer Park STP/Dragon Creek (24-55-02) Drought Monitoring Survey (August 22-25, 1977). 77-e13January 1977
The Effects of the Cheney Sewage Effluent on the Water Quality of the Receiving Stream. Masters Thesis. 75-e30January 1975
Rockford Lagoon Survey. 74-e31September 1974
Efficiency Study at Fairfield Lagoon. 74-e46January 1974
Cheney STP. 73-e38July 1973
Waikiki Sewage Lagoon Seepage Rate Study, Spokane. 70-e15January 1970
Cheney Lagoon. Merley McCall, Tom Haggerty 70-e08January 1970