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Provides an overview of watershed systems, specifically watersheds, uplands, and riparian ecosystems, the water cycle, hydrology, water quality, and aquatic biology. Activities ultimately prepare students to conduct field investigations. Background…

A report on contaminants in the Fraser River. Section 2 reviews contaminant sources. Section 3 contains 10 chapters that summarize contaminant exposure and effects in the basin, sediment transport processes, and the development of biological…

This environmental education program is designed to increase awareness among junior high school students of stream ecosystems and those habitats which comprise the ecosystems adjacent to streams.

This report develops a standard way of measuring stream, riparian, and biotic conditions and evaluates the validity of the measurements recommended. Accuracy and precision of most measurements are defined. This report will be of value to those…

A book of facts and figures about salmonids, their eggs, feeding, and water.

A series of spreadsheets identifying for Oyster Bay streams 5 to 6 percent pool area, large woody debris, cover in pool, boulder cover, crown cover, substrate, erosion sites, obstructions, altered stream sites, wetted area, dissolved oxygen, and pH,…

This manual compiles methodologies and techniques used in volunteer monitoring programs for estuarine waters across the United States. Topics include current estuary problems, physical and chemical properties of an estuary, monitoring parameters…

A brief document that sets guidelines for determining acceptability of blank, precision, and accuracy data collects as part of permittee compliance and aquatic impact assessment programs. These guidelines apply to effluent monitoring and environment…

This report is intended to serve as a methods manual for volunteer monitoring of small rivers. The contents are useful for coordinators of volunteer-based monitoring programs as a reference document and training tool.

A Primer on Fresh Water was put together to answer a wide range of questions. They are grouped to focus on different aspects of water: its physical characteristics; its availability both above and below ground; the uses we make of it; and how we…
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