SWAMP is tasked with assessing water quality in all of California's surface waters. The program conducts monitoring directly and through collaborative partnerships, and provides numerous information products, all designed to support water resource management in California. Find out more on the overall program and statewide monitoring efforts at the State Water Board's SWAMP website, including:
Subscribe to the SWAMP e-mail list for updates on SWAMP activities and reports.
Statewide SWAMP Monitoring and Assessment
SWAMP supports three statewide monitoring efforts:
- Bioaccumulation Monitoring Program
- Summary Table of Lakes Sampled in the Central Valley from the 2007-2008 Lake Study, 49 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
- Map of Lakes Sampled in the Central Valley from the 2007-2008 Lake Study, 1.66 MB*, PDF (PDF Info)
- Bioassessment Monitoring Program
- Stream Pollution Trends Monitoring Program
- In 2011 SWAMP also released a summary report on Toxicity in California Waters that incorporated nine years of data collected by SWAMP and partner programs.
Central Valley Regional SWAMP Activities
Summary of activities within each basin:
- Regionwide Activities
- Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
- Sacramento River Basin
- San Joaquin River Basin
- Tulare Lake Basin
- Summary of Central Valley Water Board SWAMP Activities through 2006, 21 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
- Overview of the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program, 101 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
- Annual Work Plans 2001 through 2004
- Central Valley Monitoring Directory: Access to program and metadata for current water quality monitoring efforts throughout the Central Valley.
- CEDEN: The California Environmental Data Exchange Network integrates data from SWAMP and other programs.
- Central Valley SWAMP Data: Access to draft monitoring data not yet available in CEDEN.
- Summary Table of SWAMP Water Quality Reports
- Summary Table of Historic Water Quality Reports
- SWAMP Water Quality Reports
- Collaborative Trend Monitoring in the Upper Sacramento Watershed, 123 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
- Central Valley Monitoring Directory, 560 KB, PDF (PDF Info)
For more information please contact:
- Alisha Wenzel at (916) 464-4717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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