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Regulatory Update Carrie Austin, SF Bay Water Board Michelle Wood, CV Water Board
Water Quality Management Process Monitoring Special Discharger Studies CWA 303(d) Planning Assessment Implementation Evaluation Basin Plan - Uses - Objectives - Impl. Program - TMDLs WDRs Waivers Prohibitions Review - Monitoring Results - Mgmt. Plans Water Quality Improvement
SF Bay Area Mercury TMDLs
Walker Creek Fish Tissue Mercury Water Quality Objectives For smaller preyfish 0.05 mg Hg/kg fish For larger preyfish 0.1 mg Hg/kg fish
Mercury Mine Wastes Gambonini Mine Site Soulajule Watershed Mines Downstream Depositional Areas
Allocation: 5 mg/kg total mercury in sediment Management action: erosion control Remediation Reduced Gambonini Mine Mercury Loads by 90% Mine Remediation Post-Remediation
Soulajule Watershed Allocations: 0.04 ng/l methylmercury in reservoir 0.5 mg/kg particulate mercury discharged Implementation actions: Evaluate and resolve problem
Downstream Depositional Areas Allocation: 0.5 mg/kg total mercury in sediment Management question C: How will erosion control & riparian restoration affect MeHg?
Tomales Bay Mercury, Nutrients & Siltation TMDL
Guadalupe & SF Bay Hg TMDLs
Guadalupe River Watershed Hg TMDL
SF Bay Hg TMDL
Sources, Loads, and Allocations
New Water Quality Objectives in SF Bay 0.2 ppm mercury in large predator fish 0.03 ppm mercury in prey fish California least tern
Next: Central Valley Hg TMDLs
The Clean Estuary Partnership and the RMP Comparing two stakeholder programs producing science in support of policy James M. Kelly, Chair Bay Area Clean.
Mercury Strategy Outline RMP CFWG September 14, 2007.
Exposure and Effects Workgroup Study Ideas Five-Year Plan: Risk to Birds Is there clear evidence of pollutant effects on survival, reproduction,
Developing Water Quality Solutions for SF Bay
Regulatory State of the Bay Status and Trends Tom Mumley San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Mercury in SF Bay The 8-Minute Conceptual Model California Regional Water Quality Control Board San Francisco Bay Region RMP Annual Meeting May 4, 2004.
Measurements of Mercury Concentrations and Loads in a Large River System Tributary to San Francisco Bay, California, USA Nicole David, SFEI Lester McKee,
Comparative Analysis of Loads of Mercury in Coyote Creek and Guadalupe River Lester McKee RMP SPLWG Chair San Francisco Estuary Institute
Mercury and PCBs TMDL Implementation Tom Mumley San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Regional Board Monitoring and Special Studies Related to 303d Listing and TMDLs Karen Taberski Regional Water Quality Control Board San Francisco Bay Region.
Impairment Assessment and Conceptual Model of Legacy Pesticides: DDT, Chlordane, and Dieldrin RMP Annual Meeting May 4, 2004 Jon Leatherbarrow, Chris Werme,
The South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project and Bay Water Quality SFEI Letitia Grenier, Jay Davis, Robin Grossinger.
Lawyer Creek Steelhead Trout Habitat Improvement Project presented by: Lewis Soil Conservation District.
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Patrick Campbell - March 17, 2009.
What are TMDLs? and What Might They Mean to MS4 Permittees?
Dredging, Wetlands Creation, & Ecosystem Protection: Finding the Right Balance for SF Bay LTMS Methylmercury and Dredging Symposium January 28, 2010 Dyan.
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services A Clean Water Agency Presented to the Environment Committee August 24, 2010 Metro Permit Reissuance Proposed.
Paying for TMDL Compliance: The Calleguas Creek Example Don Kendall, CMWD Ashli Desai, Larry Walker Associates February 28 th, 2007.
Advances in Understanding Pollutant Mass Loadings Lester McKee Jon Konnan, Richard Looker, Nicole David, Jay Davis Article on Page 77 of the Pulse.
TMDL Development Mainstem Monongahela River Watershed May 14, 2014.
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