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Cahaba River:
Biological and Water Quality Studies
Birmingham, AL
March/April, July and September, 2002
with 2006 Addendum

US-EPA, Region 4, SESD, Athens, Georgia

Summary [ Full Report and 2006 Addendum ]

In order to characterize the present biology and water quality, the U.S. EPA Region 4, Water Management Division (WMD) requested staff of the Science and Ecosystem Support Division (SESD) to conduct studies of the Cahaba River and associated tributaries during the spring and summer of 2002. Studies were conducted in March /April, July and September of 2002 and focused on the causes of impairment in the Cahaba River. The objective of these studies was and is to provide supporting information for determination of an appropriate target for the development of a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for the 303(d) listed segments of the Cahaba River.

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

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Cahaba River: Biological and Water Quality Studies
Birmingham, AL
March/April, July and September, 2002
The following document is in Acrobat PDF format. It contains211 pages and its size is 4 MegaBytes Cahaba River Report
The following document is in Acrobat PDF format. It contains5 pages and its size is 28 KiloBytes 2006 Addendum

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