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TMDLs Potentially Affecting Water Quality


Existing Final TMDLs - Released by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Willamette River Basin TMDL: Final TMDL Related Documents

This Final TMDL was approved by EPA in September 2006. This watershed is located in northwest and partly southwest Oregon.

Willamette River Basin Watershed TMDL Main Report (Executive Summary through Chapter 9) (31.1 MB, chapters compiled*)

Willamette River Basin Watershed TMDL Main Report (Chapters 10 through 14) (18.7 MB, chapters compiled*)

Willamette River Basin Watershed TMDL Report Appendices (14.8 MB, appendices compiled*)

DEQ Website for the Existing TMDL for the Willamette River Basin

DEQ originally provided the Final Willamette Watershed TMDL documents in smaller size, separate chapters and appendices, as follows:
Executive Summary
Acknowledgements
Glossary
Chapter 1 - Overview
Chapter 2 - Bacteria
Chapter 3 - Mercury
Chapter 4 - Temperature Mainstem
Chapter 5 - Lower Willamette Subbasin*
Chapter 6 - Clackamas Subbasin
Chapter 7 - Middle Willamette Subbasin*
Chapter 8 - North Santiam Subbasin
Chapter 9 - South Santiam Subbasin
Chapter 10 - Upper Willamette Subbasin*
Chapter 11 - McKenzie Subbasin
Chapter 12 - Middle Fork Willamette Subbasin
Chapter 13 - Coast Fork Willamette Subbasin
Chapter 14 - Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP)

Separate Appendices
Appendix A - Bacteria
Appendix B - Mercury
Appendix C - Temperature

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