Menomonee River Watershed Priority Catchment Areas

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Presented at Menomonee River Watershed Action Team Meeting March 15, 2011

Presented at Menomonee River Watershed Action Team Meeting March 15, 2011

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  • 1. Menomonee Watershed Action Team Meeting March 2011
  • 2. IndustrialCommercialArea Waterways
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  • 10. • MN-6 is number 3 for Total Suspended Solids; has 1 of the 5 Top Values; isnumber 3 for TSS.• MN-12 is number 1 for TSS and Number 4 for Total Phosphorus; has 2 of the 5Top Values.• MN-14 is number 5 for Fecal Coliform, Total Suspended Solids and TotalPhosphorus; has 3 of the 5 Top Values.•MN-15 is number 4 for Fecal Coliform and Total Suspended Solids; is Number 2for Total Phosphorus; has 3 of the 5 Top Values.•MN-16 is number 2 for Fecal Coliform and Number 3 for Total Phosphorus; has 2of the 5 Top Values.•MN-17 is number 3 for Fecal Coliform and has 1 of the 5 Top Values.•MN-18 is number 1 for Fecal Coliform and Total Phosphorus; is Number 2 forTotal Suspended Solids; has 3 of the 5 Top Values.