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The Indiana Water Monitoring Inventory is a portal for locating water monitoring information in the state of Indiana. Many government agencies and organizations monitor Indiana's waters, and this site provides a one-stop site where you can locate monitoring sites, determine what data have been collected, and contact the data holders or their web site for more information. The actual monitoring data is not stored here -- only detailed information on the location of the monitoring site and what is being monitored or was monitored in the past.
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1. Agency Type:

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2. Dataset Name:

3. Location Name:

4. Parameter Type:
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Aquatic Plants/Algal Biomass
Bacteriology/Microbiology
Fish
Flow/Stage
General Chemistry
Groundwater Level
Groundwater Quality
Habitat
Lake Clarity
Macroinvertebrates
Metals
Nutrients
Organics/Pesticides
Radiological
Hoosier Riverwatch

5. Hydrologic Unit Code (syntax = 05120203) :
HUC08HUC10HUC12



Indiana Water Monitoring Inventory

 

This project is in collaboration with the Indiana Water Monitoring Council which serves as a broad-based, state-wide body to enhance the communication, collaboration and coordination of professionals, organizations, and individuals involved in water monitoring within Indiana.

 

Project Contacts:
Jane Frankenberger
Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy
Purdue Equal Access/Equal Opportunity University

This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement C997548210 to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use. Read more information on the Indiana Department of Environmental Management's watershed planning and their Section 319 Nonpoint Source Grant Program.