COLUMBIA COUNTY LWCD: Spring Creek Targeted WQ Monitoring Part #2

Purpose

Water Quality Monitoring, Analysis, Interpretation, Recomendations and Reporting: 1) Construction and field placement of siphon samplers and 5 sampling locations ($4480) 2) Analysis of samples gathered at water quality sampling locations ($9800) 3) Columbia County LWCD technical staff management of the monitoring stations, data collection, and data input, education, public involvement and recommendations ($5000) This component includes collecting water quality data, interpreting the data, having those analysis run to use in combination, interpreting the data, As you can see this project and the various components are part of a bigger long term approach that follows a historical approach that has worked well for us in the past under the guidance of our associates at UWSP CWSE.

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River Grant
River Planning Grant
RP-196-11
2010
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Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Water Quality Monitoring, Analysis, Interpretation, Recomendations and Reporting: 1) Construction and field placement of siphon samplers and 5 sampling locations ($4480) 2) Analysis of samples gathered at water quality sampling locations ($9800) 3) Columbia County LWCD technical staff management of the monitoring stations, data collection, and data input, education, public involvement and recommendations ($5000) This component includes collecting water quality data, interpreting the data, having those analysis run to use in combination, interpreting the data, As you can see this project and the various components are part of a bigger long term approach that follows a historical approach that has worked well for us in the past under the guidance of our associates at UWSP CWSE.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
Water Quality Monitoring, Analysis, Interpretation, Recomendations and Reporting: 1) Construction and field placement of siphon samplers and 5 sampling locations ($4480) 2) Analysis of samples gathered at water quality sampling locations ($9800) 3) Columbia County LWCD technical staff management of the monitoring stations, data collection, and data input, education, public involvement and recommendations ($5000) This component includes collecting water quality data, interpreting the data, having those analysis run to use in combination, interpreting the data, As you can see this project and the various components are part of a bigger long term approach that follows a historical approach that has worked well for us in the past under the guidance of our associates at UWSP CWSE.
 
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