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Water Quality in the Upper Skagit

Posted by Rudy Kehler at Mar 02, 2012 06:50 PM |

The latest addition to the database of information available on this website is the 2011 Field Season Report of Water Quality Testing by Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning.

Water Quality in the Upper Skagit

2011 Field Season Report on Water Quality in the Upper Skagit Watershed

The latest addition to the database of information available on this website is the 2011 Field Season Report of Water Quality Testing by Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning

"Study objectives—which drive the sampling study approach—are to detect, over time, significant changes in Skagit River water quality, both from development pressures within the watershed and large scale environmental changes as a result of climate change, forest fire,insect infestation and so on. Existing and new test sites will be monitored in areas likely to be impacted by human activities and reference sites will be monitored in order to track any large scale environmental changes. If changes are observed, SEEC can decide on their importance and take action by informing the appropriate authorities." (Page 5)

Find their report as a downloadable PDF file here.

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