3 edition of Nonpoint remedial action in Puget Sound watersheds found in the catalog.
Nonpoint remedial action in Puget Sound watersheds
Timothy A. Determan
|Statement||Timothy A. Determan.|
|Series||Publication -- no. 93-66, Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 93-66.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
The goal of the Puget Sound National Estuary Program, i.e., the Puget Sound Partnership, approved Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) (the Action Agenda) is to restore and maintain the Puget Sound Estuary"s estuarine environment, by , so that it will support balanced indigenous populations of shellfish, fish and. exchange well with the Puget Sound. The Burley Lagoon watershed encompasses an area of approximately 16 square miles. The watershed lies within Pierce and Kitsap Counties. Land use in the watershed is a mixture of rural residential and commercial development. All residential sites in the area use OSS for the treatment and disposal of sewage.
• Salmon recovery action plans to protect and restore habitat and critical stocks. These have been developed locally and submitted as part of the regional recovery plans for Puget Sound salmon and bull trout • Regional land and watershed management plans including the WRIA 18 watershed plan, applicable. For example, in Puget Sound the cadre of volunteers helped create the political will that made habitat protection more effective (Pinkerton ). To ensure the usefulness of data, the Chesapeake Bay's program actively recruits volunteers to monitor at the same locations as state scientists, and they also have a quality assurance plan (Campbell.
Monitoring and Evaluating Nonpoint Source Watershed Projects Chapter 5. All photo and camera locations must be marked, monitoring site characteristics must be recorded, and a field book or similar documentation should be created to assist those taking photographs at the sites over time. ACTION. More Success Stories. From Puget Sound. Robert Steelquist and David Gordon and Associates. June Puget Sound Water Quality Authority P.O. Box Olympia WA () SOUND. 4.
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Within the Puget Sound region, 16 salmon recovery chapter areas are defined. In addition, there are nine local integrating organizations (LIOs) around Puget Sound that coordinate closely with the salmon recovery watersheds to advance priorities as strategies for local ecosystem recovery.
Section ScopeThis section reviews, assesses, and summarizes the potential strategies investigated in past scientific and technical research for positively affecting the watersheds and tributaries draining to Puget Sound.
The review and assessment covers strategies for both protecting resources that remain and recovering or improving resources that have been impaired. Puget Sound Watershed Characterization Assessment (WA ECY) Regional Oil Spill Planning (WA ECY) Remedial Action Grant Program (WA ECY) Toxic Cleanup Program - Tacoma Smelter Plume (WA ECY) Reduce Nonpoint Source Water Pollution (WA ECY) Water Resources - Enforcement of water resources laws (WA ECY).
The Puget Sound Action Team has educated more than planners, developers, engineers and others at LID conferences and regional workshops throughout Puget Sound. The Action Team has developed an assortment of educational materials on the subject, such as this publication. A number of other organizations now also offer training on LID.
streams draining rural watersheds in Puget Sound ii Land Use and Water Quality: Mission/Little Mission Creeks representative sites to measure nonpoint pollutant levels and loads and to rank their contribution. One goal of the ranking was to provide a tool with which the County could evaluate their priorities for remedial action.
Nonpoint source pollution generally results from land runoff, precipitation, atmospheric deposition, drainage, seepage or hydrologic modification.
The term “nonpoint source” is defined to mean any source of water pollution that does not meet the legal definition of “point source” in. Significant sources of pollution Nonpoint remedial action in Puget Sound watersheds book Puget Sound are contaminated sites around the basin and its shorelines area.
Funding is provided for projects that integrate shoreline habitat restoration opportunities with cleanup projects to protect public and environmental health, create jobs and promote economic development in the Puget Sound Basin.
Nickerson Street, Suite Seattle, WA [email protected] () Puget Sound Observation Network 0 Woodstove Standards and Fees 0 Chemical Action Plan Implementation 0 4, 4, Puget Sound Nonpoint Specialists 0 Water Right Adjudication Options 0 Support Voluntary Cleanups 0 2, 2, Puget Sound Partnership East D Street, Tacoma, WA Olympia Office.
Puget Sound Partnership capitol way South, suite Capitol court Olympia, WA public record requests form email to: [email protected] The Puget Sound watershed characterization project covers the entire Puget Sound drainage area — from the Olympic Mountains to the Cascades.
It identifies the most important areas, across the entire Sound and within each of the 19 Water Resource Inventory Areas (WRIAs), to protect and restore, and those areas more suitable for development. The Issue: Groundwater discharge to streams and rivers in the Puget Sound basin is the primary source of water for sustaining summer low flows.A robust understanding of how anthropogenic and natural stressors affect summer low flows across the entire Puget Sound Regional Aquifer System is lacking, and USGS has tools and data—including current water-use data and subbasin-scale groundwater.
This project enhanced benthic macroinvertebrate monitoring tools for the Puget Sound region. Restoration Priorities. This project developed a framework for identifying sites and strategies to protect watersheds with "excellent" B-IBI scores or restore watersheds with "fair" B-IBI scores.
Program (RCWP), the Clean Water Act Section National Nonpoint Source Monitoring Program (NNPSMP), and other efforts to provide a state-of-the-reference for monitoring nonpoint source projects. Monitoring plays an important role in addressing the need to evaluate our watershed management efforts.
This program requires the development of watershed action plans in each of the 12 Puget Sound counties. In each county a watershed ranking committee has identified and ranked all watersheds in the county in order of need for corrective action. Now, each watershed management committee starts with the top-ranked watershed and prepares an action plan.
private stakeholders, called the Shared Strategy for Puget Sound, developed a salmon recovery plan. The resulting Puget Sound Salmon Recovery Plan (hereinafter called the Recovery Plan) contained both regional (i.e., Sound-wide, Volume I) and local-scale (i.e., watershed-wide, Volume II) chapters.
Included the creation of the Model Toxics Control Capital Account - State (MCP-1) and Model Toxics Control Stormwater Account - State (MSW-1). Only new investments from MCP-1 and MSW-1 were identified in this table.
$ million that was previously appropriated from the State Building Construction Account, and the balance of the MTCA reappropriations (totaling $ Nookachamps Watershed nonpoint action plan(Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Skagit County transportation systems plan: a part of the transportation element of the comprehensive plan(Book).
Nonpoint Source News-Notes August#76 mainstream. Formed in by the Washington State legislature, the Puget Sound Action Team (Action Team) deﬁnes, coordinates, and implements Washington State’s environmental agenda for the Puget Sound watershed—an area that includes 12 counties, cities, and the lands of 17 tribes.
Nonpoint Source. News-Notes. Puget Sound Special Districts to Clean Up Shellfish Beds overall results, recommend courses of action for correcting problems, and answer questions.
Sincewhen the Cooperative Private Well Testing Program began, o residents in. the nexus of an ever increasing Puget Sound population, the habitat requirements of salmon, and limited budgets (Allen, M.A. and Hassler, ; Office of Financial Management,The Office of the Interagency Committee - Washington State, a).South Puget Sound water-shed (Figure 7).
What is the critical time of year for South Puget Sound water quality? Water temperature and salinity strongly influence physical, chemical, and bio-logical processes in South Puget Sound, leading to strong seasonal variations.
Late summer appears to be the most important time of year for water quality.Puget Sound Water Quality Authority. Issue paper: Nonpoint source Pollution.
Puget Sound Water Quality Authority, Seattle, WA, May Puget Sound Water Quality Authority. Managing Nonpoint Pollution An Action Plan Handbook for Puget Sound Watersheds. Puget Sound Water Quality Authority, Seattle, WA.