Fecal Bacteria Source Tracking and Loading Analysis of the Green River
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Zisette will present two studies that investigated the problem of high fecal coliform bacteria concentrations in the Green River. Next, he will discuss emerging issues and an approach to monitoring and managing microbial contamination. More information about the two studies is available on the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks website: 1. http://green.kingcounty.gov/wlr/waterres/streamsdata/reports/Green-Duwamish-MST.aspx 2. http://green.kingcounty.gov/WLR/Waterres/StreamsData/reports/green-duwamish-loading-report.aspx
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