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Summary of water quality characteristics at selected habitat sites - Navigation Pool 13 of the Mississippi River, August 1 through October 31, 1988


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Resource Trend Analysis water quality and sediment sampling in Upper Mississippi River Pool 13, was initiated in August 1988 as a part of the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program. Mississippi Monitoring Station personnel began water quality sampling on Pool 13 the first week of August using equipment and techniques based on the Procedures Manual for the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program. Over 2600 water quality measurements were made under the Resource Trend Analysis component of the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program on Pool 13 during the sampling period, August 1, 1988 through October 31, 1988. Dissolved oxygen increased throughout the sampling period. Means at channel habitats were slightly higher than backwater means. Specific [...]



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Report by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Bellevue, Iowa, for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Management Technical Center, Onalaska, Wisconsin

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