Washington Considers Water Quality Standards To Protect Salmonid Nests From Fine Sediment Effects, May Add Dissolved Oxygen Requirement

The Washington Department of Ecology is considering revisions to state water quality standards to ensure salmonid nests have enough oxygen to support incubating eggs and newly hatched young, including adding a dissolved oxygen requirement in gravel beds of rivers and streams.

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