Re-evaluation of the state of the science for water-quality criteria development

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Statementedited by Mary Reiley ... [et al.].
GenreCongresses.
SeriesSETAC special publications series
ContributionsReiley, Mary, 1964-, SETAC (Society), SETAC Foundation for Environmental Education.
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LC ClassificationsQH90.57.B5
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Open LibraryOL22108570M
ISBN 101880611309

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This is intended to help readers determine applicable water quality criteria for. The sources and biogeochemistry of selenium (Se) combine to produce a widespread potential for ecological risk (Figure 1). Documented environmental effects across scientifically investigated sites include deformities in birds and fish, degraded fish communities, and exclusion of habitats for bird use (see Modeling and Irrigation pages).

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Water quality criteria are also elements of state and tribal WQS adopted under § (c) of the CWA.

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According to the federal WQS regulations at 40 CFR § l(a)(l), states and tribes must adopt water quality criteria that meet the following requirements: Protect the designated use(s) of a waterbody.

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Foran /. Water quality criteria adopted in State water quality standards could have the same numerical values as criteria developed under Section of the Clean Water Act. However, in many situations States might want to adjust water quality criteria developed under Section to reflect local environmental conditions and human exposure patterns.

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The proportion of area meeting water quality parameters was lowest in the spring and increased throughout the summer and early fall (Figure ) for both the tidal fresh and mesohaline reaches sampled.

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