Impact of offsite sediment transport and toxicity on remediation of a contaminated estuarine bay.

Abstract

Sediment of Ostrich Bay, an arm of Dyes Inlet on Puget Sound, was historically contaminated with ordnance compounds from an onshore US Navy facility. An initial recommendation for a sediment cover to mitigate benthic risks was followed by studies of sediment transport and deposition to determine whether contaminated sediment from Dyes Inlet or other offsite… (More)

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@article{Pascoe2002ImpactOO, title={Impact of offsite sediment transport and toxicity on remediation of a contaminated estuarine bay.}, author={Gary A Pascoe and Patrick McLaren and Mills Soldate}, journal={Marine pollution bulletin}, year={2002}, volume={44 11}, pages={1184-93} }