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Area S.F. Trinity
Topic Dissolved Solids: Hayfork Creek at Six Sites 1994-1995
Caption:  Total dissolved solids (TDS) were measured by the Trinity County Resource Conservation District in Hayfork Creek and in two major tributaries. TDS can be raised by any particulate matter suspended in the water. Highest measurements were registered in September 1994 at the end of a particularly dry year. TDS at Bar 717 and at Wildwood remained fairly constant with the latter station usually having the lowest values. Results suggest that either agriculture or effluent from other human activities in the town of Hayfork are causing the rise in TDS. Data from the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Weaverville, CA.

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