TABLE OF CONTENTS (cont.)

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1-1: San Francisco Bay Basin

Figure 2-1: Areas of Special Biological Significance

Figure 2-2: Hydrologic Planning Areas

Legend for Figures 2-3 through 2-9b

Figures 2-3 through 2-3b: Marin Coastal Basin   (legend)

Figures 2-4 through 2-4b: San Mateo Coastal Basin   (legend)

Figure 2-5: Central Basin   (legend)

Figures 2-6 through 2-6b: South Bay Basin   (legend)

Figures 2-7 through 2-7b: Santa Clara Basin   (legend)

Figures 2-8 through 2-8b: San Pablo Basin   (legend)

Figures 2-9 through 2-9b: Suisun Basin   (legend)

Figure 2-10: Groundwater Basins

Figure 2-10A: Groundwater Basins: Marin / Sonoma / Napa

Figure 2-10B: Groundwater Basins: Napa / Solano

Figure 2-10C: Groundwater Basins: San Francisco

Figure 2-10D: Groundwater Basins: East and South Bay

Figure 2-11: General Locations of Wetland Areas

Figure 4-1: Publicly Owned Treatment Works Outfalls

Figure 4-2: Industrial Discharge Outfalls

Figure 4-3: Urban Areas in San Francisco Bay Basin

Figure 4-4: Dredged Material Disposal and Beneficial Reuse Sites

Figure 4-5: Inactive Mine Sites

Figure 4-6: Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Sites in the Region

Figure 4-7: Department of Defense and Department of Energy Sites

Figure 6-1: Regional Monitoring Program Sampling Stations

Figure 6-2: State Mussel Watch Program Monitoring Network

Figure 6-3: Toxic Substances Monitoring Network

Figure 7.2.1-1  Segments of San Francisco Bay showing location of Hayward Shoals as a line connecting Little Coyote Point and the Oakland Airport.

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 Coliform Bacteria

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 3-8: Chlorine Water Quality Objectives for the Protection of Aquatic Life Beneficial Uses in Marine, Estuarine, and Freshwaters

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: Mussel Watch Program Monitoring Network

Table 6-3: Key to Figure 6-3: Toxic Substances 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

7.4.2 Pescadero-Butano Watershed Sediment TMDL and Habitat Enhancement Plan

Table 7.4.2-1   Sediment TMDL and Habitat Targets for Pescadero and Butano Creeks and Their Tributaries
Table 7.4.2-2   Mean Annual Sediment Delivery to the Pescadero-Butano Watershed (tons/year)
Table 7.4.2-3   Load Allocations
Table 7.4.2-4   Wasteload Allocations for Stormwater Runoff
Table 7.4.2-5   TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Stormwater Runoff and Roads
Table 7.4.2-6   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Non-Grazing Agricultural Lands of 5 Acres or Greater
Table 7.4.2-7   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Grazing Lands of 50 Acres or Greater
Table 7.4.2-8   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges associated with San Mateo County
Table 7.4.2-9   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges associated with Parks and Open Space Lands
Table 7.4.2-10   Required TMDL Implementation Measures for Sediment Discharges Associated with Timber Lands of 100 acres or Greater
Table 7.4.2-11   Recommended Actions to Reduce Sediment Load and Enhance Habitat Complexity in Pescadero and Butano Creeks and Their Tributaries

7.4.3 Bacteria TMDL for Beaches in Pillar Point Harbor and Venice Beach

Table 7.4.3-1   Numeric Targets to Protect Water Contact Recreation in Pillar Point Harbor Beaches and Venice Beach
Table 7.4.3-2   Load and Wasteload Allocations of Indicator Bacteria for Beaches at Pillar Point Harbor and Venice Beach
Table 7.4.3-3   Implementation Actions and Schedule for SAM Treatment Plant
Table 7.4.3-4   Phase 1 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems
Table 7.4.3-5   Phase 2 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems
Table 7.4.3-6   Implementation Actions and Schedule for Ox Mountain Landfill
Table 7.4.3-7   Phase 1 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Vessels and Amenities in Pillar Point Harbor
Table 7.4.3-8   Phase 2 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Vessels and Amenities in Pillar Point Harbor
Table 7.4.3-9   Phase 1 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Municipal Stormwater Runoff
Table 7.4.3-10   Phase 2 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Municipal Stormwater Runoff
Table 7.4.3-11   Implementation Actions and Schedule for Caltrans
Table 7.4.3-12   Implementation Actions and Schedule for Existing, New and Replacement Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS)
Table 7.4.3-13   Implementation Actions and Schedule for CAFs

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

7.8.5 Petaluma River Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

Table 7.8.5-1 Numeric Targets for Fecal Indicator Bacteria in the Petaluma River Watershed to Protect Water Contact Recreation
Table 7.8.5-2 Load and Wasteload Allocations of Fecal Indicator Bacteria for Petaluma River
Table 7.8.5-3 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Ellis Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
Table 7.8.5-4 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems
Table 7.8.5-5 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Existing, New, And Replacement Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems
Table 7.8.5-6 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Vessel Marinas
Table 7.8.5-7 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Confined Animal Facilities
Table 7.8.5-8 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Grazing Lands/ Operations
Table 7.8.5-9 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Municipal Stormwater Runoff
Table 7.8.5-10 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Homeless Encampments
Table 7.8.5-11 Implementation Actions and Schedule for Water Quality Monitoring

7.9.1 Suisun Marsh Low Dissolved Oxygen/Organic Enrichment TMDL

Table 7.9.1-1 Numeric Targets and TMDL for Suisun Marsh
Table 7.9.1-2 Wasteload and Load Allocations


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