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Frequently Asked Questions about Protecting Oxygen in the Spokane River

Publication number Date Published
05-10-036March 2005
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Author(s) Jani Gilbert
Description This FAQ includes background and the current status (early spring 2005) of the Spokane River water cleanup plan (also called a total maximum daily load or TMDL). The cleanup plan is being completed this year to protect dissolved oxygen levels in the Spokane River and Lake Spokane.
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Keywords Spokane River, river, water, lake
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 54,WRIA 55,WRIA 56,WRIA 57)