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Using STORET Data to Characterize Your Watershed
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans, & Watersheds, Watershed Academy
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EPA's STORET program encourages and supports sound data management - a vital aspect of effective watershed planning and protection - no matter how large or small the organization. The National STORET Data Warehouse is EPA's Internet available repository of water quality data. It contains water quality data of all types - physical, chemical and biological -- collected by federal agencies, states, tribes, watershed organizations, and universities. This Webcast will provide a brief overview of the STORET program and discuss the importance of data management to watershed protection. Speakers will offer a quick primer on how to access data from the STORET warehouse and use that data to characterize a watershed. Future developments in STORET - in particular, those relevant to watershed organizations - will also be discussed, as well as how individual organizations can get involved.

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