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Main Title San Joaquin Master Drain. Effects on Water Quality of San Francisco Bay and Delta. Appendix Part C. Nutrients and Biological Response.
Author Bain, Jr, Richard C. ; Pintle, Herbert E. ; Katk, Albert ; Minneha, Robert F. ;
CORP Author Federal Water Pollution Control Administration, San Francisco, Calif. Southwest Region.
Year Published 1968
Stock Number PB-217 763
Additional Subjects ( San Francisco Bay ; Water pollution) ; ( San Joaquin River ; Water pollution) ; Drains ; Nutrients ; Nitrogen ; Phosphorus ; Silicon dioxide ; Phytoplankton ; Agricultural wastes ; Fresh water fishes ; California ; Water pollution effects(Plants) ; Water pollution effects(Animals)
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NTIS  PB-217 763 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 162p
Abstract
A federal drain (The San Luis Drain) is currently contemplated in the San Joaquin Valley for the purpose of collecting and transporting highly saline agricultural drainage waters to a disposal point in the Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta near the City of Antioch. The effect of the drain on the quality of the Bay and Delta waters was studied. The future fifty year period, 1970-2020, was examined. The scope of this part of the Appendix is limited to description of effects related to nutrient enrichment of the San Francisco Bay-Delta system including effects on fishery, recreation and shoreline real estate values. Material is presented describing laboratory and field studies, literature surveys on fishery resources and water quality requirements, Bay-Delta water quality and biota, and predictive models leading to economic evaluations.