a Citizen Scientist
Monitoring Schedules and Data Sheets for printing
Current Monitoring Sites - Including Station WW##
- Lakes, Ponds & Reservoirs
- Rivers & streams
- Bays, salt ponds & harbors
to Bathymetric Maps of Some RI Ponds
Data and Results
Aquatic Invasive Species
Cyanobacteria (Algal Blooms)
Fair - Water Projects
- Volunteer Monitoring
- Educational -
- Agencies (Including URI)
Is your lake green making you blue? Want to learn more about harmful algal blooms? Come to the Sept 2nd workshop!
URI Watershed Watch Data Available Online
are actively working to get both the current and legacy data onto
our website. Starting in 2002, we began posting bacteria data,
with results usually posted within one week of sample collection.
We try to have Secchi depth, chlorophyll and temperature/dissolved
oxygen data charts available as soon after the end of a monitoring
season as possible, but with more than 250 sites currently being
monitored, and a strict process for assessing the data to ensure
they are as accurate as possible, this can take quite a while.
We also continue adding older data as time permits.
If you don't see data for your monitoring site, please contact
us - it may just be an oversight, or we may be in process of
getting it online.
from our salt pond monitoring conducted as part of the Block
Island/Green Hill Pond Project are currently available in a summary
report format. More recent data is included in table form listed
in the tables above as Salt Ponds and South Shore or as Block Island. Much more extensive data and analysis are available on the Salt Ponds Coalition website (http://www.saltpondscoalition.org/OurPonds.html). Bristol
Harbor data included in tables above, and summarized in a brief report below.