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NJ Water Monitoring Coordinating Council

Measuring What Counts for Clean & Plentiful Water

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The New Jersey Water Monitoring Council, established on October 24, 2003 as part of NJ’s celebration of World Water Monitoring Day, serves as a statewide body to promote and facilitate the coordination, collaboration and communication of scientifically sound, ambient water quality and quantity information to support effective environmental management.

The Council addresses the biological, chemical, physical and ecosystem aspects of water monitoring, including surface and ground waters, freshwater, estuarine, and marine environments in New Jersey.

 

For more information on the NJWMC contact:

Leslie McGeorge, Co-Chair, NJDEP/Water Monitoring & Standards
Leslie.McGeorge@dep.state.nj.us

Bob Reiser, Co-Chair, USGS/NJ Water Science Center
Rreiser@usgs.gov

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