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Mercury in Southeast Wadeable Streams

Southeastern wadeable streams REMAP: Status and interim results for mercury

Pete Kalla 1 , Jim Maudsley 2 , Jerry Ackerman 2 , and Roseanne Hutchinson 2 . 2001.
1 U.S. EPA, Region 4, Athens, Georgia. 2 Mantech, Inc., Athens, Georgia

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The Southeastern Wadeable Streams project is part of the Regional Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (REMAP). The project expands upon what EPA has accomplished to date by applying EMAP sampling strategy and analysis to a Regional study of wadeable streams. The goal of the project is to determine, at +-10% precision with 90% accuracy, the percent of Regional stream miles that are subnominal in terms of habitat, ecological integrity, and trophic state.

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