OZAUKEE COUNTY: Water Quality Monitoring on Mole Creek and the LMR

Purpose

Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department is sponsoring a project to conduct water quality monitoring along Mole Creek and the Little Menomonee River. Project activities include: 1) Collect 6 water samples at 17 locations across Mole Creek and Little Menomonee River. Sampling shall represent three low-flow events and three high-flow events. Each water sample shall be tested for Total Phosphorus, orthophosphate, TSS, Chlorides, and E. coli. Testing will be performed by SLOH. 2) Deploy continuous water quality monitoring units on a rotating basis across Mole Creek and Little Menomonee River, recording water temperature, DO, depth, pH, and conductivity. Project deliverables include: 1) Enter all data into DNR SWIM database. 2) Provide to the Department a final report summarizing data results. Special Conditions: 1) In kind labor and services documentation shall be maintained in accordance with grant program guidelines for reporting in kind donations. This scope summarizes the project detail provided in the application and does not negate tasks/deliverables described therein. Data, records, and reports, including GIS-based maps, and digital images, must be submitted to the Department in a format specified by the regional Rivers Biologist.

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Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department is sponsoring a project to conduct water quality monitoring along Mole Creek and the Little Menomonee River. Project activities include: 1) Collect 6 water samples at 17 locations across Mole Creek and Little Menomonee River. Sampling shall represent three low-flow events and three high-flow events. Each water sample shall be tested for Total Phosphorus, orthophosphate, TSS, Chlorides, and E. coli. Testing will be performed by SLOH. 2) Deploy continuous water quality monitoring units on a rotating basis across Mole Creek and Little Menomonee River, recording water temperature, DO, depth, pH, and conductivity. Project deliverables include: 1) Enter all data into DNR SWIM database. 2) Provide to the Department a final report summarizing data results.
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Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department is sponsoring a project to conduct water quality monitoring along Mole Creek and the Little Menomonee River. Project activities include: 1) Collect 6 water samples at 17 locations across Mole Creek and Little Menomonee River. Sampling shall represent three low-flow events and three high-flow events. Each water sample shall be tested for Total Phosphorus, orthophosphate, TSS, Chlorides, and E. coli. Testing will be performed by SLOH. 2) Deploy continuous water quality monitoring units on a rotating basis across Mole Creek and Little Menomonee River, recording water temperature, DO, depth, pH, and conductivity. Project deliverables include: 1) Enter all data into DNR SWIM database. 2) Provide to the Department a final report summarizing data results.
 
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