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voluntary water quality monitoring project report, 1979

Barbara Welch

voluntary water quality monitoring project report, 1979

by Barbara Welch

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Published by State of Maine, Dept. of Environmental Protection in [Augusta] .
Written in

  • Lakes,
  • Maine,
  • Maine.
    • Subjects:
    • Water quality -- Maine -- Measurement.,
    • Water quality management -- Maine.,
    • Environmental monitoring -- Maine.,
    • Lakes -- Maine.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBarbara Welch, Judy Potvin.
      ContributionsPotvin, Judy, joint author.
      LC ClassificationsTD224.M2 W44
      The Physical Object
      Pagination136 p. :
      Number of Pages136
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4242399M
      LC Control Number80623367

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      Summary of a Workshop on Mississippi River Water Quality Science and Interstate Collaboration summarizes presentations and discussions of Mississippi River and basin water quality management, monitoring, and evaluation programs that took place at a workshop that was held in St. Louis on November , The workshop examined a wide array. The Intergovernmental Task Force on Monitoring Water Quality (ITFM) prepared this report in collaboration with representatives of all levels of government and the private sector. The report recommends a strategy for nationwide water-quality monitoring and technical monitoring improvements to support sound water-quality decision-making at all.

      a Water Quality Monitoring Plan Scoping Worksheets and Plan Template Monitoring This guide has been compiled by the Community-Based Environmental Network and CURA H2O to assist stewardship organizations in preparing a water quality monitoring plan. Water Project Operations () Water Quality () Federal Water Quality (99) Non Point Pollution Sources (34) Point Pollution Sources (13) Pollutants () Salinity () State Water Quality () Water Quality Monitoring () Water Rights, Water Law () Water Supply () Water Use & Efficiency (80) Keywords. adaptive management (

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