A Chemical and biological Survey of an Unnamed Tributary to Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan in the Vicinity of the Traverse City Light and Power Company's Coal Pile along M-22, Leelanau County, August 3, 1983
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A Chemical and Biological Survey of an Unnamed Tributary to Grand Traverse Bay, Lake Michigan in the Vicinity of the Traverse City Light and Power Company’s Coal Pile Along M-22, Leelanau County, August 3, 1983..pdf
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SubjectGrand Traverse Bay; Leelanau County; August 3, 1983; Traverse City Light and Power; M-22; Chemical Survey; Biological Survey; Lake Michigan; Michigan Department of Natural Resources; Surface Water Quality Division; Land Resource Programs Division; Chemical properties; Water Quality Surveillance Division
An unnamed tributary to Grand Traverse Bay adjacent to the Traverse City Light and Power Company's coal pile west of M-22 in Leelanau County was surveyed on August 3, 1983 to determine the impact of the coal pile run off up on the stream. The survey was requested by Jim Ribbens, Land Resource Programs Division because local citizens complained that the stream appeared abnormal and the presents it e is part of a proposed expanded coal storage area.
Partial OCR done. Partially handwritten. 24 pages total.