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Researchers Dye Sammamish River to Test Water Quality
Don't be alarmed if you see the Sammamish River turn a shade of pink, red or rust on Monday. Washington Department of Ecology scientists will dye the river as part of an intensive test to solve water quality issues.

The river does not meet state's clean water standards because the water is too warm and there's not enough oxygen for salmon and trout to breathe.

"We hope to understand the chemical and biological processes that are actually causing the water to be so warm," said Ralph Svrjcek, a Department of Ecology water quality specialist.


 
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