Reducing DDT and Sediment Loads in the Yakima River: A Success Story

Reducing DDT and Sediment Loads in the Yakima River: A Success Story

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Rueda, H., Anderson, R., Coffin, C., Joy, J., Tobin, M., Trull, J. 2010. Reducing DDT and Sediment Loads in the Yakima River: A Success Story. Watershed Science Bulletin. CWP, Ellicott City, MD. Volume 1, Number 1. Pages 55-56.
BMP, erosion and sediment control, sediment, TMDL
This article talks about a case where the DDT levels were high due to soil erosion from agriculture. It discusses the different steps that can be taken by the TMDL in order to decrease these large amounts of DDT.

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