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|Statement||by Jennifer L. Morace and Stuart W. McKenzie.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report ;, 02-4054|
|Contributions||McKenzie, Stuart W., National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB701 .W375 no. 02-4054, TD427.B37 .W375 no. 02-4054|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2002485803|
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Morace, J.L., and McKenzie, S.W.,Fecal-indicator bacteria in the Yakima River Basin, Washington—An examination of and synoptic-sampling data and their relation to historical data: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 02–, 32 by: 3.
Fecal-indicator bacteria in the Yakima River Basin, Washington: an examination of and synoptic-sampling data and their relation to historical data (OCoLC) Online version: Morace, Jennifer L. Fecal-indicator bacteria in.
The Yakima Basin National Water-Quality Assessment Program collected fecal-coliform bacteria samples during three synoptic samplings to identify and quantify the cause, source, transport, and effects of fecal-indicator bacteria in Yakima River Basin streams. The August synoptic sampling targeted the Yakima River main-stem and tributary sites, while the July and October.
SURFACE-WATER-QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF THE YAKIMA RIVER BASIN, WASHINGTON: AREAL DISTRIBUTION OF FECAL-INDICATOR BACTERIA, JULY By S. Embrey ABSTRACT In Julyas part of the National Water-Quality Assessment Program's pilot studies, a synoptic survey was made of fecal-indicator bacteria Fecal-indicator bacteria in the Yakima River Basin the Yakima River basin, Cited by: 6.
Get this from a library. Surface-water-quality assessment of the Yakima River basin, Washington: areal distribution of fecal-indicator bacteria, July [S S Embrey; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.)]. Water quality in the Yakima River basin; Washington, Book January and the measures of concern were pesticides, nutrients, arsenic, and fecal-indicator bacteria.
Historically. Fecal-indicator bacteria in the Yakima River Basin, Washington: an examination of and synoptic-sampling data and their relation to historical data / (Portland, Or. Johnson, H.M.,Factors affecting the occurrence and distribution of pesticides in the Yakima River Basin, Washington, U.S.
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Geological Survey's National Water-Quality Assessment Program for the Yellowstone River Basin. Fecal-coliform concentrations ranged from 2 to 3, col/ mL (colonies per milliliters) for.
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a State-of-the-Knowledge Characterization in Washington and Oregon. The effects of manure spills on surface water or groundwater quality have historically been assessed by changes in water color, pH, dissolved oxygen content, nutrient enrichment, concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria (FIB), and in surface water, by outcomes such as cyanobacterial blooms and fish kills (7, 10, 11).
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Interchange between surface water and ground water is probably important in the dissolved oxygen, nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus), toxic substances, and bacteria levels. Table. Category Archives Ecology Empowered by WA Law; Clallam County SMP BOCC Posted on Aug and their presence is correlated with elevated fecal indicator bacteria (FIB) and beach closures (2, 22, 23, 38).
a tributary to the Dungeness River, was placed on Washington’s (d) list of impaired waters because of fecal. In Matriotti Creek, a tributary to the DUNGENESS RIVER, was placed on Washington’s (d) list of impaired waters because of fecal coliform (FC) bacteria violations.
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Much survey work had been done, but no efforts had concentrated on using specific bacterial-source-tracking methodologies to trace and determine the source of fecal indicator bacteria in the swimming area.
Wyth Lake is an artificial basin with no surface water connections to other lakes or streams. Human enteric viruses (HEntVs) are a major cause of water-related diseases.
The prevalence of hepatitis A virus (HAV), rotaviruses (RoV) and enteroviruses (EnV) in Buffalo River waters was assessed quantitatively over a period of 12 months (August to July ). Seventy-two samples were collected from six sites, including three dams, and concentrated using the Cited by: Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats.
Full text of "Monthly catalog of United States government publications" See other formats. The community in the Yakima Region of Washington State has raised concerns over the potential adverse effects of air emissions from dairy operations.
To address these concerns, the Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency (YRCAA) proposed a draft policy in October to control and mitigate emissions through implementation of site-specific best.
The Columbia Basin Treaty also deals with fish and wildlife and other issues that span the Columbia River basin the two countries share. in fecal. 4. In contrast to the public news release, the study did show hot spots of high fecal indicator bacteria.
Table 2S shows peak fecal coliform greater than CFU/ml in 10 of the 12 allotments. Three allotments exceeded 1, Author: Ralph Maughan. Fecal-indicator bacteria in streams alonga gradient of residential development. USGS Publications Warehouse. Frenzel, Steven A.; Couvillion, Charles S. Fecal-indicator bacteria were sampled at 14 stream sites in Anchorage, Alaska, USA, as part of a study to determine the effects of urbanization on water quality.
Population density. Contact with beach sand, concentrations of fecal indicators, and enteric illness risk. EPA Science Inventory. Recent studies ofbeach sand fecal contamination have triggered intere. The Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC) completed a water quality survey in the Yellow Breeches Creek Watershed from February-November as part of the Year-2 small watershed study in the Lower Susquehanna River Subbasin (Figure 1).
The Year-1 study of more than sites throughout the entire Lower Susquehanna Subbasin was conducted from June 4/5(2). Assessing climate-change risks to cultural and natural resources in the Yakima River Basin, Washington, USA CLIMATIC CHANGE We provide an overview of an interdisciplinary special issue that examines the influence of climate change.
The Skokomish River drains a basin of about square miles before discharging into the Annas Bay in southern Hood Canal near Potlatch, Washington State. Bacterial contamination was found in the lower Skokomish River and its marine receiving water that threatened beneficial uses such as freshwater and marine recreation, domestic water supply.
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