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Water-quality assessment of the Puget Sound Basin, Washington

Black, Robert W.

Water-quality assessment of the Puget Sound Basin, Washington

summary of stream biological data through 1995

by Black, Robert W.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Tacoma, Wash, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

  • Water quality -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region,
  • Freshwater biology -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region

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    Other titlesWater quality assessment of the Puget Sound Basin, Washington, Summary of stream biological data through 1995
    Statementby Robert W. Black and Mariabeth Silkey
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 97-4164
    ContributionsSilkey, Mariabeth, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 78 p. :
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13567263M

    This is your direct link to all kinds of water resource information. Here you'll find information on Washington's rivers and streams. You'll also find information about groundwater, water quality, and many other topics. The USGS operates the most extensive satellite network of stream-gaging stations in the state, many of which form the backbone of flood-warning systems. The geology of Washington’s coast and Puget Sound is complex and beautiful. These attributes make Washington a great place to live, work and play. While many derive their livelihoods directly from these resources, we all depend on healthy coast and Puget Sound ecosystems, either directly or indirectly and whether we are aware of it or not.

    Puget Sound Phytoplankton, Nutrients, & Weather. As part of a long-term marine water quality monitoring program, the King County Dept. of Natural Resources & Parks has collected nutrient and chlorophyll data for almost 20 years at multiple subtidal locations in the Puget Sound Central Basin (Figure 1). This monitoring program has. Learn about shellfish farming and water quality in Puget Sound via interactive classroom visits and field trips to the processing facility and shellfish farms. Tri-State Steelheaders offers a water quality assessment program for several streams in the Walla Walla basin and Salmon in the Classroom. San Juan Islands, San Juan Nature.

    National Water Quality Assessment Program--Puget Sound Drainages - Hydrogeologic Assessment of the Dungeness River Basin - Links to Projects, Publications and Information for Region 17 - Pacific Northwest. Assessing and Restoring the Health of Urban Streams in the Puget Sound Basin Article (PDF Available) in Conservation Biology 16(6) .

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Puget Sound Characterization, Volume 2: A Coarse-scale Assessment of the Relative Value of Small Drainage Areas and Marine Shorelines for the Conservation of Fish and Wildlife Habitats in Puget Sound Basin, December Volume 2 describes the state Department of Fish and Wildlife terrestrial, freshwater, and marine shoreline habitats assessments.

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Palsson, 6 books Eugene E. Collias, 5 books Rick D. Cardwell, 4 books A. J Paulson, 4 books Washington (State). In the Puget Sound Basin of Washington those requirements are described in a Biological Opinion (BO) issued by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) on Septem This guide is a companion to the BO for Puget Sound and the Consultation Handbook (NMSFS.

Streamflow and surface-water-quality data were collected from November through April (water years ) from a surface-water network in the Puget Sound Basin study unit of the U.S.

Geological Survey National Water-Quality Assessment program. Water samples collected monthly and during storm runoff events were analyzed for nutrients, major ions.

A coarse-scale assessment of the relative value of small drainage areas and marine shorelines for the conservation of fish and wildlife habitats in Puget Sound basin. NOTES: The first edition of this report was published in February Puget Sound basin streams during met most guidelines and criteria.

Seventy-four manmade compounds were detected and different mixtures linked to land use. Urban expansion into forested areas is changing stream habitats--urban and agricultural streams are warmer and support less diverse insect populations than streams in forested areas.

Department of Ecology has limited authority under chaptersand RCW, and certain other statutes to adopt wetlands rules as envisioned in the Puget Sound Water Quality Authority Management Plan; the exact extent of this authority requires a point-by-point analysis of the subjects covered in the Plan and the type of rule.

Action Agenda — July 2, Reduce and Control the Sources of Pollution to Puget Sound – Page This strategy is focused on source-reduction efforts to keep chemicals and other contaminants from being used or generated in the Puget Sound region or released to the Puget Sound Size: 5MB.

(Puget Sound Toxics Assessment Fact Sheet, p.2, 5) As one of the leading producers in the country, Washington State’s shellfish industry brings in over $ million in sales every year. Over the last 40 years, polluted waters have caused 30% of. The USGS Puget Sound Ecosystem Portfolio Model (PSEPM) is a decision support tool that uses scenarios to evaluate where, when and to what extent future population growth, urban growth and shoreline development may threaten the nearshore environment by (Byrd et al., ).

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The federal BEACH Act grant has been the sole source of funding for Washington’s beach monitoring and notification program since the program’s inception. InWashington State’s Beach Environmental, Assessment, Communication and Health (BEACH) Program received a sub-award from another federal grant.Washington, DC: U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency, EPA / GOVERNING PUGET SOUND. Robert L. Bish, Washington Sea Grant Publication. Seattle: University of Washington Press, JS W29 P HEAVY METALS NEAR THE MEST POINT OUTFALL AND IN THE CENTRAL BASIN OF PUGET SOUND.Stormwater Quality Programs in WQ-R 1 the Puget Sound Basin Report #1 of 5 Stormwater Quality Programs in the Puget Sound Basin Managing Stormwater Quality and Quantity Historically, stormwater management has meant controlling water quantity, usually flood control of large storm events.

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