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Sediment Characterization Study in Port Gardner and Lower Snohomish Estuary, Port Gardner, WA: Final Data Report

Publication number Date Published
09-09-227July 2009
VIEW NOW Sediment Characterization Study in Port Gardner and Lower Snohomish Estuary, Port Gardner, WA: Final Data Report (Number of pages: 136) (Publication Size: 22795KB)

Appendix A: Geographic Coordinates
(21 pages) (73KB)

Appendix B: Collection Logs
(205 pages) (41MB)

Appendix C: SPI and Plan View Results
(17 pages) (71KB)

Appendix D: Chemistry Summary Tables
(75 pages) (274KB)

Appendix E: Data Validation
(56 pages) (2MB)

Appendix F: Port Gardner Final Report
(457 pages) (35MB)

Appendix G: Port Gardner Tech Memo
(25 pages) (499KB)

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Author(s) Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) for Washington Department of Ecology
Description Results from this study complement and support Ecology’s decision to focus cleanup and restoration efforts in the Port Gardner area, specifically the East Waterway as well as the industrial area near Maulsby mud flats. It is expected that Ecology’s cleanup efforts in this area will greatly contribute to an overall reduction in risk that these contaminants and impacts may pose. The results from this study will also help Ecology make decisions about further evaluation of the estuary and sloughs for cleanup and restoration.
NOTES See also attached Appendices. Image upload gradually in progress. E.Heim 11/2013
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Keywords East Waterway, Port Gardner, estuaries, Snohomish River, sediment management standards
WEB PAGE Everett baywide cleanup and restoration (Port Gardner Bay)
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 07 Snohomish
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