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Main Title Pollution as a result of fish cultural activities /
Author Hinshaw, Russell Nils.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Hinshaw, Russell N.
Hilden, Donald A.
CORP Author Utah State Div. of Wildlife Resources, Salt Lake City.
Publisher [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.],
Year Published 1973
Report Number EPA-R3-73-009; EPA-18050-EDH
Stock Number PB-221 376
OCLC Number 00845144
Subjects Fish culture--Utah. ; Water--Pollution--Measurement. ; Fisheries.
Additional Subjects Fisheries ; Water pollution ; Aquaculture ; Trout ; Chemical composition ; Benthos ; Water quality ; Sampling ; Seasonal variations ; Fish hatcheries ; Water quality data ; ORM
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EJBD ARCHIVE EPA R3-73-009 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 03/31/2014
EJBD  EPA R3-73-009 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 06/02/2006
EKAD  EPA R3-73-009 Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA 02/09/2001
ELBD  EPA R3-73-009 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 11/14/2017 DISPERSAL
ELDD  EPA-R3-73-009 2 copies CCTE/GLTED Library/Duluth,MN 10/21/2010
NTIS  PB-221 376 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 01/01/1988
Collation vi, 209 pages : illustrations, map ; 27 cm
Abstract
Fish hatchery activities have been suspected as a source of pollution. Therefore the study was undertaken to evaluate hatchery discharges in relationship to possible pollution. A program of semi-monthly physical-chemical analysis was conducted for a year at six trout hatcheries. These determinations were taken at the hatchery inflow and outfall, the receiving water above and below the hatchery outfall. Bottom fauna was sampled once a month during the summer and bi-monthly through the winter on selected stations in the receiving waters. Flow data was recorded for the influent, effluent, and receiving waters. The analysis of samples revealed degradation of the water quality through every hatchery and in the receiving water. This degradation was beneficial from a fisheries standpoint but water quality and public health considerations may require cleanup before acceptable levels could be acheived.
Notes
"Project 18050 EDH." Includes bibliographical references (page 53). "February 1973."
Contents Notes
Fish hatchery activities have been suspected as a source of pollution. This study was undertaken to evaluate this in hatchery discharges in relationship to possible pollution. A program of semi-monthly physical-chemical analysis was conducted for a year at six trout hatcheries. These determinations were taken at the hatchery inflow and outfall, the receiving water above and below the hatchery outfall. Bottom fauna was sampled once a month during the summer and bi-monthly through the winter on selected stations in the receiving waters. Flow data was recorded for the influent, effluent, and receiving waters. There was no correlation between the pounds of food fed in the hatcheries and: 1. changes of chemical quality in the receiving waters, 2. changes in kinds and numbers of bottom fauna organisms in the receiving waters. The analysis of samples revealed degradation of the water quality through every hatchery and in the receiving water. This degradation was beneficial from a fisheries standpoint but water quality and public health considerations may require cleanup before acceptable levels could be achieved. This report was submitted in fulfillment of grant no. 18050 EDH between the Environmental Protection Agency and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Introduction -- Materials and methods -- Results -- Kamas Hatchery -- Midway Hatchery -- Loa Hatchery -- White Trout Farm -- Springville -- state and federal hatcheries -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- Appendix A: Physical-chemical data -- Appendix B: Statistical analysis data -- Appendix C: Bottom fauna data.