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2021 Dane County Stream Monitoring Training - May 8
Saturday, May 8
9 AM - 3 PM
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I have participated in stream monitoring in the past.
Yes - In Wisconsin
Yes - Other location
I completed the online introduction to citizen stream monitoring.
(Located at: https://canvas.wisc.edu/courses/172203/pages/an-introduction-to-water-action-volunteers-wav?module_item_id=1884576)
We recommend that you work with a stream monitoring teammate (partner).
Please check one of the following:
I have a stream monitoring teammate and they will also be attending the training.
I do not have a teammate, but I will find one on my own.
I do not have a teammate. Can you pair me with another stream monitoring volunteer?
I would like to monitor at a stream within...
10 miles of my home
20 miles of my home
30 miles of my home
30 plus miles of my home
All of our sites have been identified as important spots to collect water quality data by natural resource professionals. I would like a site that is:
near to my home.
in a urban location.
in a rural location.
Would you like to participate in our nutrient monitoring program?
All stream monitors collect what we call "baseline documentation" (transparency, flow, temperature, biotic index, and dissolved oxygen). Some volunteers also choose to participate in nutrient monitoring, collecting additional information about the levels of nutrients in the stream. Nutrient monitoring comes with some additional responsibilities. Nutrient samples must be dropped off at the Nine Springs Sewerage Treatment Plant Lab in Madison, ideally within 12 hours of collecting the sample (at most 48 hours). Samples must be delivered Monday through Wednesday, 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM, and must be refrigerated or kept on ice until they are delivered.
Is there anything else you'd like us to know?