Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 3 OF 3
|Main Title||Survey of Interstate Pollution of the Bear River and Tributaries, Idaho-Utah, 1972.|
|CORP Author||Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. Div. of Water Supply and Pollution Control|
|Stock Number||PB-260 309|
|Additional Subjects||Bear River ; Water pollution sampling ; Cub River ; Worm Creek ; Utah ; Idaho ; Waste disposal ; Stream flow ; Bacteria ; Chemical analysis ; Aquatic ecosystems ; Hydrology ; Water quality data ;|
Findings of a field survey of the interstate waters of the Bear River, including the Cub River and Worm Creek, in Utah and Idaho, which was conducted in August and November of 1962 are reported. The primary objective was to obtain sufficient additional information of the characteristics of this system of streams and the wastes discharged to it to permit development of a plan for pollution abatement. This report deals with hydrology, waste sources, and stream conditions, including chemical characteristics, bacteriological quality, and stream biology.