by U.S. Geological Survey, USGS Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Portland, Or, Denver, Colo .
Written in English
|Other titles||Surface water quality assessment of the Yakima River basin in Washington.|
|Statement||by Gregory J. Fuhrer ... [et al.].|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 94-308.|
|Contributions||Fuhrer, Gregory J., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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Surface-water-quality assessment of the Yakima River basin in Washington; chemical analyses of major, minor, and trace elements in fine-grained streambed sediment Series title Open-File Report. Major- and minor-element concentrations are presented for streambed and suspended sediment, filtered- and unfiltered-water, and aquatic-biota samples collected during from the Yakima River Basin in south-central Washington. The samples were collected as part of the U.S. Geological Survey's National Water-quality Assessment (NAWQA) program which is designed to provide results that are. Yakima River basin, Washington, 31 9. Concentrations of chlorophenoxy-acid herbicides, dicamba and picloram in filtered-water samples, Yakima River basin, Washington, June , 32 Concentrations of organochlorine compounds in whole-water samples, Yakima River basin,Cited by: Surface-Water-Quality Assessment of the Yakima River Basin in Washington: Major- and Minor-Element Data for Sediment, Water, and Aquatic Biota, –91 By Gregory J. Fuhrer, Shelley L. Fluter, Stuart W. McKenzie, Joseph F. Rinella, J. Kent Crawford, Daniel J. Cain, Michelle I. Hornberger, Jennifer L. Bridges, and Kenneth A. SkachCited by: 3.
Surface-Water-Quality Assessment of the Yakima River Basin in Washington: Overview of Major Findings, –91 By JENNIFER L. MORACE, GREGORY J. FUHRER, JOSEPH F. RINELLA, STUART W. MCKENZIE, and OTHERS _____ U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report 98– Portland, Oregon Cited by: 3. SURFACE-WATER-QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF THE YAKIMA RIVER BASIN IN WASHINGTON: ANALYSIS OF MAJOR AND MINOR ELEMENTS IN FINE-GRAINED STREAMBED SEDIMENT, By Gregory J. Fuhrer, Stuart W. McKenzie, Joseph F. Rinella, Richard F. Sanzolone, and Kenneth A. Skach With sections on: Geology,Cited by: 6. Surface-water-quality conditions were assessed in the Yakima River Basin, which drains 6, square miles of mostly forested, range, and agricultural land in Washington. The Yakima River Basin is one of the most intensively farmed and irrigated areas in the United States, and is often referred to as the “Nation’s Fruitbowl.” Natural and anthropogenic sources of contaminants and flow. Surface-water-quality assessment of the Yakima River basin, Washington; areal distribution of fecal-indicator bacteria, July Series title Water-Resources Investigations Report.