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Watershed Watch Community Science

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  1. Watershed Watch Community Science
  2. Watershed Watch Methods
    Introduction & What is a Watershed?
    1 Quiz
  3. How Do I Collect Watershed Health Data?
    How to Measure Stream Chemistry?
    4Topics
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    1 Quiz
  4. What is an Benthic Macroinvertebrate, How to Sample, What do they tell us about Watershed Health?
    4Topics
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    1 Quiz
  5. How do we Measure the Health of Riparian Areas
    7Topics
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    1 Quiz
  6. How to Measure Streamflow?
    5Topics
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    1 Quiz
  7. How to I Turn My Data Into Action?
    How to organize and interpret my data and develop findings?
  8. How to make a community presentation with my findings?
  9. How write a watershed management plan?
  10. We Calibrate Because We Care! ~ How to maintain and calibrate equipment
  11. How can I find work in the field of watershed science?
  12. How can I influence policymakers and turn my data into action?
Lesson 3, Topic 4
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Analysis of data and comparison to standards

September 4, 2020
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Now let’s look at what the data actually means. If you did not get a chance to go out in the field yourself and collect data, you can look up historical data that we have collected from your watershed here! Simply find a collection point close to where you live.

Water Quality Standards

An increase in water temperature can affect aquatic life in the following ways:

  • Decreased oxygen availability.
  • Increased metabolic rate.
  • Decreased Spawning success.
  • Decreased Survival of embryos.