Ecology Publications & Forms
Water Cleanup Plans: Taking the temperature of the Wenatchee watershed
Water Cleanup Plans: Taking the temperature of the Wenatchee watershed (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 105KB)
|Description||This summer between July 29 and August 15, the Washington State Department of
Ecology (Ecology) will measure stream temperatures in several rivers and streams in
the Wenatchee watershed using airborne thermal infrared imaging. Increased water
temperature is one of the leading water-quality problems in Washington’s waterways.
Federal law requires states to identify and clean up waters that don’t meet water
quality standards. These water quality cleanup plans are also called Total Maximum
Daily Loads or TMDLs.
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|Contact||Water Quality Program at 360-407-6600|
|Keywords||science, temperature, cleanup, river, water cleanup plan, plan, water, watershed, lead|
|WEB PAGE||Water Cleanup Plans (TMDLs)|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 45 Wenatchee|
Wenatchee River Watershed Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load: Water Quality Improvement Report
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