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Water-quality assessment of Cache Creek, Yolo, Lake, and Colusa counties, California

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Water-quality assessment of Cache Creek, Yolo, Lake, and Colusa counties, California; 1981; OFR; 81-677; Sorenson, Stephen K.; Elliott, Ann L.

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Cache Creek and its tributaries from Clear Lake to Yolo Bypass have been the subject of quality and quantity of water studies by several governmental agencies since the early 1900's. Water-quality data from these studies showed that water in the basin is of good quality for most of the beneficial uses defined by the California State Water Resources Control Board. Concentrations of dissolved constituents are substantially higher in the water in the two largest tributaries than in Cache Creek. Seasonal variations in dissolved constituents are also greater in the tributaries than in Cache Creek. Clear Lake has a major effect on water quality, resulting in little seasonal fluctuation in water quality in Cache Creek. Excessive voron and [...]

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