LIST OF TABLES

Table 2-1: Existing and Potential Beneficial Uses of Water Bodies in the San Francisco Bay Region

Table 2-2: Existing and Potential Beneficial Uses of Groundwater in Identified Basins

Table 2-3: Examples of Existing and Potential Beneficial Uses of Selected Wetlands

Table 2-4: Beneficial Uses of Wetland Areas

Table 3-1: Water Quality Objectives for Bacteria

Table 3-2: U.S. EPA Bacteriological Criteria for Water Contact Recreation

Table 3-3: Marine Water Quality Objectives for Toxic Pollutants for Surface Waters

Table 3-3A: Water Quality Objectives for Copper and Nickel in San Francisco Bay Segments

Table 3-3B: Marine Water Quality Objectives for Mercury in San Francisco Bay

Table 3-3C: Marine Water Quality Objectives for Cyanide in San Francisco Bay

Table 3-4: Freshwater Water Quality Objectives for Toxic Pollutants for Surface Waters

Table 3-4A: Freshwater Water Quality Objectives for Mercury in Table 3-4A: Freshwater Water Quality Objectives for Mercury in Walker Creek, Soulajule Reservoir, and All Tributary Waters

Table 3-5: Water Quality Objectives for Municipal Supply

Table 3-6: Water Quality Objectives for Agricultural Supply

Table 3-7: Water Quality Objectives for the Alameda Creek Watershed above Niles

Table 4-1: Discharge Prohibitions

Table 4-2: Effluent Limitations for Conventional Pollutants

Table 4-2A: Effluent Limitations for Bacteriological Indicators

Table 4-3: Acute Toxicity Effluent Limits

Table 4-4: Critical Life Stage Toxicity Test Species and Protocols

Table 4-5: Conditions that Require Monthly Monitoring of Toxicity Levels

Table 4-6: Dilution Credits for Calculation of Cyanide Water Quality-based Effluent Limits for Shallow Water Dischargers

Table 4-8: Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs)

Table 4-9: Major Industrial Discharge Outfalls

Table 4-10: Status of Urban Runoff Control Programs

Table 4-11: Goals of Long Term Management Strategy

Table 4-12: Potential Consequences and Impacts of Dredging and Dredged Material Disposal

Table 4-13: Long Term Management Strategy Participants

Table 4-14: Dredged Material Volume Targets

Table 4-15: Transition Volume Targets for In-Bay Disposal of Dredged Materials

Table 4-16: Inactive Mine Sites

Table 6-1: Parameters Analyzed for in the Regional Monitoring Program

Table 6-2: Key to Figure 6-2: State Monitoring Network

Table 6-3: Key to Figure 6-3: State Monitoring Network

Table 6-4: Five Most Commonly Consumed Bay Fish

7.1.1 Water Quality Attainment Strategy and TMDL for Diazinon and Pesticide-related Toxicity in Urban Creeks

Table 7.1.1-1   Benchmark Factors

Table 7.1.1-2:  Water Board Implementation Measure Tracking

7.2.1 Water Quality Attainment Strategy to Support Copper Site-specific Objectives for San Francisco Bay, and Nickel Site-specific Objectives for South San Francisco Bay

Table 7.2.1-1   Translators Applicable to South San Francisco Bay Municipal Wastewater Discharges for Copper and Nickel

Table 7.2.1-2   Translators Applicable to Other San Francisco Bay Municipal and Industrial Wastewater Deep Water Discharges for Copper

Table 7.2.1-3   Dissolved Copper (μg/L) Trigger Concentrations at 99% Statistical Power

7.2.2 San Francisco Bay Mercury TMDL

Table 7.2.2-1   Mercury Load and Wasteload Allocations By Source Category

Table 7.2.2-2   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Mercury in Urban Stormwater Discharges

Table 7.2.2-3   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Mercury in Municipal Wastewater Discharges

Table 7.2.2-4   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Mercury in Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Discharges

Table 7.2.2-5   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Mercury in Industrial (Non-Petroleum Refinery) Wastewater Discharges

7.2.3 San Francisco Bay Polychlorinated Biphenyls TMDL

Table 7.2.3-1   PCBs Sources and Current Loads to San Francisco Bay

Table 7.2.3-2   Load and Wasteload Allocations

Table 7.2.3-3   Individual Wasteload Allocations For Municipal Wastewater Dischargers

Table 7.2.3-4   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Industrial Wastewater Dischargers

Table 7.2.3-5   County-Based Watershed Wasteload Allocations for Stormwater Runoff

7.2.4 North San Francisco Bay Selenium Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

Table 7.2.4-1   Numeric Targets for Selenium

Table 7.2.4-2   Selenium Load Allocation

Table 7.2.4-3   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Petroleum Refineries

Table 7.2.4-4   Individual Wasteload Allocations for Municipal and Industrial Dischargers

7.2.5 San Francisco Bay Beaches Bacteria TMDL

Table 7.2.5-1   Numeric Targets for San Francisco Bay Beaches

Table 7.2.5-2   Load and Wasteload Allocations for San Francisco Bay Beaches

Table 7.2.5-3   Implementation Plan Elements

Table 7.2.5-4   Aquatic Park Beach Implementation Plan

Table 7.2.5-5   Candlestick Point Beaches Implementation Plan

Table 7.2.5-6   Crissy Field Beach Implementation Plan

Table 7.2.5-7   Marina Lagoon Beaches (Parkside Aquatic and Lakeshore) Implementation Plan

7.3.1 Tomales Bay Watershed Pathogens TMDL

Table 7.3.1-1   Water Quality Targets for Tomales Bay and Its Tributaries

Table 7.3.1-2   Total Maximum Daily Load of Pathogens Indicators for Tomales Bay and its Tributaries

Table 7.3.1-3   Density-Based Pollutant Wasteload and Load Allocations for Dischargers of Pathogens in Tomales Bay Watershed

Table 7.3.1-4   Density-Based Pollutant Load Allocations for Tomales Bay Tributaries

Table 7.3.1-5   Trackable Implementation Measures for the Tomales Bay Watershed Pathogens Total Maximum Daily Load

Table 7.3.1-6   Regulatory Framework for Discharges by Source Category

Table 7.3.1-7   Baseline Water Quality Monitoring Program

7.3.2 Total Maximum Daily Load for Mercury in Walker Creek and Soulajule Reservoir

Table 7.3.2-1   TMDL Mercury Wasteload and Load Allocations

Table 7.3.2-2   Implementation Measures for Walker Creek Mercury TMDL

Table 7.3.2-3   Baseline Monitoring Sites

7.3.3 Lagunitas Creek Sediment TMDL

Table 7.3.3-1   Sediment and Habitat Targets for the Lagunitas Creek and its Tributaries

Table 7.3.3-2   Mean Annual Sediment Delivery to Lagunitas Creek upstream of Devils Gulch (drainage area = 89 km2) during water years 1983 through 2008

Table 7.3.3-3   Mean Annual Sediment Delivery to Lagunitas Creek upstream of Olema Creek (drainage area = 213 km2) during water years 1983 through 2008

Table 7.3.3-4   Load Allocations for Sediment Discharges for Lagunitas Creek Upstream of Devils Gulch

Table 7.3.3-5   Load Allocations for Sediment Discharges for Lagunitas Creek Upstream of Olema Creek

Table 7.3.3-6   Wasteload Allocations for Stormwater for Lagunitas Creek Upstream of Olema Creek

Table 7.3.3-7   TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Point Sources

Table 7.3.3-8   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Grazing

Table 7.3.3-9   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges associated with Parks and Open Space and/or Municipal Public Works

Table 7.3.3-10   Actions to Enhance Habitat Complexity and Connectivity in Lagunitas Creek and its Tributaries

Table 7.3.3-11   Goals for Floodplain Restoration and/or Large Woody Debris Enhancement in Lagunitas Creek Watershed

7.4.1 San Pedro Creek and Pacifica State Beach Bacteria TMDL

Table 7.4.1-1   Bacteriological Water Quality Objectives for San Pedro Creek and Pacifica State Beach

Table 7.4.1-2   Numeric Targets, TMDLs, and Allocations Based on Allowable Exceedances of Single-Sample Objectives for San Pedro Creek and Pacifica State Beach

Table 7.4.1-3   Load and Wasteload Allocations for Dischargers of Bacteria in San Pedro Creek Watershed

Table 7.4.1-4   Implementation Plan Requirements and Schedule

7.5.1 Richardson Bay Pathogens Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

Table 7.5.1-1   Numeric Targets for Richardson Bay

Table 7.5.1-2   Total maximum daily load for pathogen indicators (fecal coliforms) for Richardson Bay

Table 7.5.1-3   Density-Based Pollutant Wasteload and Load Allocations for Richardson Bay

Table 7.5.1-4   Trackable implementation measures for the Richardson Bay pathogens TMDL

Table 7.5.1-5   Regulatory Framework

7.7.1 Total Maximum Daily Loads for Mercury in Waters of the Guadalupe River Watershed

Table 7.7.1-1   Total Maximum Daily Loads

Table 7.7.1-2   Load and Wasteload Allocations

7.8 1 Sonoma Creek Pathogens Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

Table 7.8.1-1   Water Quality Targets for Sonoma Creek

Table 7.8.1-2   Total Maximum Daily Loads of Pathogen Indicators for Sonoma Creek

Table 7.8.1-3   Density-Based Pollutant Load and Wasteload Allocations for Dischargers of Pathogens in the Sonoma Creek Watershed

Table 7.8.1-4   Trackable Implementation Measures for the Sonoma Creek Pathogen Total Maximum Daily Load

Table 7.8.1-5   Regulatory Framework for Discharges by Source Category

Table 7.8.1-6   Baseline Monitoring Sites

7.8.2 Napa River Pathogens Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

Table 7.8.2-1   TMDL Water Quality Targets for the Napa River

Table 7.8.2-2   Total Maximum Daily Loads of Pathogen Indicators for the Napa River

Table 7.8.2-3   Density-Based Pollutant Load Allocations and Wasteload Allocations for Pathogen Dischargers in the Napa River Watershed

Table 7.8.2-4   Density-Based Wasteload Allocations for Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facilities

Table 7.8.2-5   Trackable Implementation Measures for the Napa River Pathogen Total Maximum Daily Load

Table 7.8.2-6   Regulatory Framework for Discharges by Source Category

Table 7.8.2-7   Baseline Monitoring Sites

7.8.3 Sonoma Creek Watershed Sediment TMDL and Habitat Enhancement Plan

Table 7.8.3-1 TMDL Sediment Targets for Sonoma Creek and its Tributaries

Table 7.8.3-2. Average Annual Sediment Delivery to Sonoma Creek (tons/year)

Table 7.8.3-3. Sonoma Creek Sediment Load and Wasteload Allocations (tons/year)

Table 7.8.3-4 Required and Trackable TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Vineyards

Table 7.8.3-5 Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Grazing

Table 7.8.3-6 Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Rural Lands

Table 7.8.3-7 Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges associated with Parks
and Open Space, and/or Municipal Public Works

Table 7.8.3-8 Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges associated with Urban Land Uses

Table 7.8.3-9 Recommended Actions to Reduce Sediment Load and Enhance Habitat Complexity in Sonoma Creek and its Tributaries

Table 7.8.3-10 Recommended Actions to Protect or Enhance Baseflow

Table 7.8.3-11 Recommended Actions to Restore to Fish Passage

7.8.4 Napa River Sediment Reduction and Habitat Enhancement Plan

Table 7.8.4-1 TMDL sediment targets for the Napa River and its Tributaries

Table 7.8.4-2. Mean Annual Sediment Delivery to Napa River at Soda Creek (1994-2004)

Table 7.8.4-3a. Load Allocations

Table 7.8.4-3b Wasteload Allocations for Urban Runoff and Wastewater Discharges

Table 7.8.4-4 TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Urban Stormwater Runoff and Wastewater Discharges

Table 7.8.4-4a Required and Trackable TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Vineyards

Table 7.8.4-4b Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Grazing

Table 7.8.4-4c Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Rural Lands

Table 7.8.4-4d Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges associated with Parks
and Open Space, and/or Municipal Public Works

Table 7.8.4-5a Recommended Actions to Reduce Sediment Load and Enhance Habitat Complexity in Napa River and its Tributaries

Table 7.8.4-5b Recommended actions to protect or enhance baseflow

Table 7.8.4-5c Recommended Actions to Restore to Fish Passage

Table 7.8.4-5d Recommended Actions to Protect and/or Enhance Stream Temperature

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