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Community Science Long Island: Water Quality Monitoring with Save the Sound
Launched by Save the Sound in 2017, the Unified Water Study is a groundbreaking water quality monitoring program developed so a collective of like-minded groups - now 23 - around Long Island Sound can collect comparable data on the environmental health of bays. By standardizing the procedures and all other aspects of the program, the UWS delivers reliable data collected by community water quality monitoring groups to inform and support actions to preserve and restore Long Island Sound.

In this webinar, Peter Linderoth, Save the Sound's Director of Water Quality, will discuss the Unified Water Study, the work of volunteers, and how those data are used to better understand Long Island Sound water quality issues. Katie O'Brien-Clayton, an Environmental Analyst with CTDEEP, will describe how the UWS's data are used in state water quality assessments in Connecticut.

May 13, 2021 01:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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