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Program Information

Monitoring Overview

What's Monitored

Becoming a Citizen Scientist

Volunteer Training

Monitoring Schedules

Current Monitoring Sites - Including Station #
- Lakes, Ponds & Reservoirs
- Rivers & streams

- Bays, salt ponds & harbors

Link to Bathymetric Maps of Some RI Ponds

Participating Communities

Program Partners

Monitoring Manuals

Monitoring Data and Results

Water Quality Factsheets

Research Connections

Aquatic Invasive Species

Cyanobacteria (Algal Blooms)

Success Stories

Additional Resources
- Science Fair - Water Projects

- Volunteer Monitoring
- Educational
- Water Facts
- Agencies (Including URI)
- Organizations

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URI Watershed Watch Research Connections

Research has a central role in the URI Watershed Watch program. It is a scientist-led program, with monitoring and analytical procedures based on scientific research conducted by US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Geological Survey, and applied scientists within a wide range of water resources fields. The state-certified URI Watershed Watch Analytical Laboratory provides analytical services to researchers within and outside of URI. Our monitoring results are widely incorporated by undergraduate, graduate, academic, and agency research efforts.

The following are select URI Watershed Watch associated research links:

URI Watershed Hydrology Laboratory

New England On-site Wastewater Treatment Center

Researching Volunteer Monitoring

Research Incorporating Volunteer Data

Narragansett Bay Estuary Program

Soil Ecology and Microbiology Laboratory

Pollution Risk Assessment Methods (RI NEMO)

Geosciences Environmental Hydrogeology

Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management - Water Resources

Rhode Island Environmental Monitoring Collaborative

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