STUDY AUTHORS: Bristol Environmental & Engineering Services Corp.
Data on physical and chemical parameters related to surface water quality are presented. The data are based on field sampling. Temporal and spatial trends are described, and data are compared to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation water quality standards to provide a comparative context.
- The Cook Inlet study area is characterized by steep, rugged mountains, with elevations dropping from 4,000 feet to sea level in the span of a few miles.
- Chapter 33 Technical Summary (PDF 17KB)
- Chapter 33: Surface Water Quality (Cook Inlet Drainages) (PDF 1MB)