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The water quality assessment process developed by San Diego County jurisdictions provides an iterative tool for watershed stakeholders to evaluate the conditions and improvements of watershed water quality through time. This tool is applicable to both wet weather and urban runoff water quality data and provides a comprehensive view of watershed conditions and identifies data gaps. Most importantly, this tool provides a mechanism for jurisdictions to collaborate by focusing efforts and resources on those high priority water quality issues which are substantiated. Further, it allows watershed stakeholders to track success of water quality improvement programs.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2004

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