Total Suspended Solids (TSS) is a measure of the suspended and dissolved solids in a body of water. It is related to both conductivity and turbidity. The more total suspended solids present in a water body, the higher its conductivity and the less clear the water will appear.
|Downstream Site: Boulder Creek above WW Plant|
|Upstream Site: Boulder Creek at Dry Creek|
Preliminary Data - subject to revision
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