3 edition of Arsenic loads and source areas in and along Bear Creek, Park County, Montana, September 2000 found in the catalog.
Arsenic loads and source areas in and along Bear Creek, Park County, Montana, September 2000
2002 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Helena, Mont, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by Joanna N. Thamke ... [et al.] ; in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Forest Service and Montana Department of Environmental Quality|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 02-4074|
|Contributions||Thamke, Joanna N, United States. Forest Service, Montana. Dept. of Environmental Quality, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Arsenic Loads and Source Areas in and along Bear Creek, Park County, Montana, September By Joanna N. Thamke, Tricia R. Wotan, Thomas E.
Cleasby, and David A. Nimick Water-Resources Investigations Report In cooperation with the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE-FOREST SERVICE and MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Helena, MontanaAuthor: Joanna N.
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Arsenic Loads and Source Areas in and along Bear Creek, Park County, Montana, September conducted in Bear Creek during September Arsenic loads were calculated for mainstem sites.
Arsenic and metal loads and source areas in the Middle Fork Warm Springs Creek watershed, Jefferson County, Montana, June in and along Bear Creek, Park County, Montana, September Arsenic Loads and Source Areas in and along Bear Creek, Park County, Montana, September in Bear Creek during September Arsenic loads were calculated concentrated source areas.
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Geologic maps of Bear Creek fluorspar prospect, Mineral County, Mont. FIGURE Index map of northern Idaho and northwestern Montana. __ Diagrammatic section showing Precambrian-Cambrian un conformity in northwestern Montana and northern Idaho.
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In AprilEPA listed the Flat Creek IMM site on its National Priorities List (NPL), and the first phase of residential soil sampling occurred in the summer of The Source Area allocation approach was utilized for Prospect Creek, with the entire load allocation applied to three specific source areas: Antimony Creek drainage, Cox Gulch Drainage, and the remainder of Prospect Creek drainage (further divided into three sub-source areas).
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Washington State for non-attainment of the EPA human health criteria for arsenic. A Total Maximum Daily Load evaluation was therefore conducted for the river, as required by EPA. The major source of arsenic appears to be tailings from historical mining activity in.
NAME: Bear Creek COUNTY: Carbon ROADS: 2WD GRID: 5 CLIMATE: Snow and icey in winter BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring, summer and fall COMMENTS: This town more or less folded in the early 40's due to a coal mine disaster.
There are a lot of mine shafts still there. There are a few people that have built houses there now, but a lot of old foundations still exist. The largest mean annual loads of total ammonia plus organic nitrogen from upstream source areas in the Missouri, Yellowstone, and Columbia River basins, respectively, were transported past Missouri River at Toston (1, tons), Bighorn River near Bighorn (1, tons), and Clark Fork at St.
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No fee is charged. Silver Bow County Area and Parts of Beaverhead and Jefferson Cou. Yes: No: Silver Bow County Area and Parts of Beaverhead and Jefferson Counties: current: No: Yes: Stillwater County Area. Yes: No: Stillwater County Area: current: No: Yes: Sun River Irrigation Project No: No.
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