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Indian River Lagoonwatch

The lagoonwatch program is partially supported by the Indian River Lagoon Program of St. John's River Water Management District and US EPA.

500,000 Water Quality data and 115 Water Quality Maps

Volunteer as a Water Quality Monitor   

Eighty citizen volunteers, trained and equipped by the MRC, test water quality parameters as indicators of the health of the Indian River Lagoon.  Every week salinity, dissolved oxygen, pH, and water clarity are tested at approximately 80 sites.  Fecal coliform and nutrients are also tested at selected sites.

Our staff then processes the data into a color coded map for each of the key water quality parameters.  The collection of data reflects the history of the Indian River Lagoon water quality progress or degradation.

On-Line Data Entry - Members-Only Restricted Access

Access Water Quality Maps and Data Online

Water Quality Testing Fact Sheet - What We Test and Why

List of Water Quality Monitoring Sites with GPS Coordinates.

Lagoonwatch Water Testing Instruction Manual

Quality Assurance Blind Sample Schedule and Instructions

Downloadable Data Form

Information for Water Quality Testing Tools

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