River and Stream Water Quality Monitoring
River and Stream Water Quality Monitoring, also called the ambient program, monitors water quality at nearly 100 stream stations throughout the state every month.
Freshwater Quality Monitoring Methods explains how the team collects water-quality data.
River and Stream Stations - Data Access
Reports and Publications
Each Water Year, from October through September of the following year, the Freshwater Ambient Monitoring Team creates a water quality annual report, summarizing that year's data. Every month, they offer provisional data as it becomes available.
Rivers and Streams – Annual Water Quality Reports links to an index of the freshwater quality annual reports.
Rivers and Streams links to general Ecology publications that address rivers and streams.
Contact the River and Stream Water Quality Monitoring Team for more information. Know who is checking your watershed or basin.
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