Water Quality

Water sample from last wetland in filtering system in use on farm.

DOE. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Describes research areas and projects and lists publications. Areas of interest include groundwater modeling, recharge, the vadose zone, watersheds, rivers, estuaries and coastal waters.

UNEP. Global Environment Monitoring System.

"The United Nations Global Environment Monitoring System (GEMS)
Water Programme is dedicated to providing environmental water quality
data and information of the highest integrity, accessibility and
interoperability. These data are used in water assessments and capacity
building initiatives around the world."

West Virginia University. National Environmental Services Center.

Assists "small communities and individuals solve their wastewater problems to protect public health and the environment."

West Virginia University. National Environmental Services Center.

"Encourages the use of alternative, onsite and wastewater treatment technologies to protect public health, ensure water quality, and sustain the environment in small and rural communities."

West Virginia University. National Environmental Services Center.

Provides low-cost technical assistance, products, and information services for small community drinking water systems.

Heidelberg College.

Evaluates the success of nonpoint control programs, and studies land use and water quality trends, the hydrology of tile-drained agricultural lands and a variety of inorganic constituents, pesticides, volatile organic compounds, and metals.

USDA. National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

A cooperative national program to improve the quality of the nation's water resources. The program is a partnership of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and land grant colleges and universities.

DOI. USGS. Water Information Coordination Program.

Lead agency tasked to "improve water information for decision making about natural resources management and environmental protection."