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A prototype for understanding the effects of TMDL standards: Tying property values to sediment loads in the Lake Tahoe Basin

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DOI: 10.1061/40499(2000)68

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Abstract

The Federal Clean Water Act (Section 303(d)) mandates that states develop Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) plans for water bodies that are on the Section 303(d) list. To be placed on the 303(d) list, a water body must be found to have water quality conditions that limit its ability to meet its designated beneficial uses. The TMDL for a water body is defined in 40 CFR 130 as the sum of waste load allocations from identified points sources and non-point sources within the water body's watershed. The TMDL plan for a listed water body should identify the current waste loads to the water body, the waste load capacity of the water body and then allocate the waste load capacity to the known point and non-point sources of pollution within the water body's watershed. Copyright 2004 ASCE.

Additional Publication Details

Publication type:
Conference Paper
Publication Subtype:
Conference Paper
Title:
A prototype for understanding the effects of TMDL standards: Tying property values to sediment loads in the Lake Tahoe Basin
ISBN:
0784404992; 9780784404997
DOI:
10.1061/40499(2000)68
Volume
105
Year Published:
2004
Language:
English
Larger Work Title:
Watershed Management and Operations Management 2000
Conference Title:
Watershed Management and Operations Management 2000
Conference Location:
Fort Collins, CO
Conference Date:
20 June 2000 through 24 June 2000