Open-File Report 98-533
Data were collected in the White River and its tributaries in and near Indianapolis, Indiana, on the diversity and density of benthic invertebrates; concentrations of metals, insecticides, herbicides, and semivolatile organic compounds sorbed on streambed sediments; and particle-size distribution of streambed sediments. A total of 369 benthic-invertebrate samples were collected at 21 sites during late spring or summer and early fall 1994 through 1996; of these, 30 were quality-control samples. A total of 33 streambed-sediment samples were collected at 14 sites during August 1994, 1995, and 1996; of these, 10 were quality-control samples.
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Renn, D.E., 1998, Benthic-Invertebrate and Streambed-Sediment Data for the White River and Its Tributaries
in and near Indianapolis, Indiana, 1994–96: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-533, 171 p.