marine water

Groundwater Assessment

Long-term Monitoring

Marine Water Quality Monitoring offers information and access to data about saltwater quality.

Eyes Over Puget Sound reports marine water surface conditions from by float plane every month.

Marine Water Quality Data is available for viewing and download.

The Marine Water Quality Index offers a visual way to understand and roll up the data we have about Puget Sound.

Marine Sediment Monitoring checks the health of the Sound through the sediments at its bottom. Includes studies of marine benthic invertebrates.

The Beach Environmental Assessment, Communication, and Health (BEACH) Program monitors swimming beaches from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Marine Waters Publications offers Ecology's marine report collection.

Marine Data

Marine Sediment Monitoring crewWashington State Coastal Atlas maps our coasts and offers information and photos on Washington's coastlines and beaches, including a collection of coastal maps, swimming beaches, and beach closures.

Marine Waters Long-term Data Access is a page that links to historical and real-time monitoring data for Marine Water Quality.

Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program database contains Marine Sediment data.

Standard Operating Procedures

Marine Monitoring Standard Operating Procedures links to the methods used to gather marine data.

Special Studies and Computer Modeling

Nitrogen in the Puget Sound Ecosystem describes what we know about this nutrient in the Sound.

South Puget Sound Dissolved Oxygen Study

Water Quality Improvement Projects (Total Maximum Daily Loads - TMDL) studies


Eyes Over Puget Sound

Puget Sound Sediment Data Map Search

Recent Studies
and Publications

Sediment Quality
in Port Gardner Bay, 2012

Sediment Quality in the San Juan Islands,
Changes over a 10-Year Period