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  • Condition of California Perennial, Wadeable Streams Based on Algal Indicators

    Condition of California Perennial, Wadeable Streams Based on Algal Indicators

    Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board | October 1, 2013...
    Summary

    Algae can serve as indicators of stream ecological condition in two ways. Information about algal community composition can be used for bioassessment analogous...

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  • Ecological Condition Assessments of California’s Perennial Wadeable Streams (2000 through 2006)

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    Ecological Condition Assessments of California’s Perennial Wadeable Streams (2000 through 2006)

    California State Water Resources Control Board | October 15, 2007...
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    The struggle to adequately monitor the condition of waterbodies with limited financial resources is a challenge faced by water resource agencies worldwide. For...

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  • Ecological Condition Assessments of California’s Perennial Wadeable Streams: Highlights from the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program’s Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA ) (2000-2007)

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    Ecological Condition Assessments of California’s Perennial Wadeable Streams: Highlights from the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program’s Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA ) (2000-2007)

    California State Water Resources Control Board | October 1, 2011...
    Summary

    Since 2000, California has conducted three successive probability surveys of its perennial streams and rivers, each with a focus on biological endpoints. These...

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  • Status of California’s Wadeable Perennial Streams (2000-2007)

    Status of California’s Wadeable Perennial Streams (2000-2007)

    California State Water Resources Control Board, Non-point Source Program | October 1, 2011...
    Summary

    The Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program’s (SWAMP) Perennial Streams Assessment (PSA) surveys measure the ability of California’s perennial wadeable streams (some 85,000 km)...

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  • The California Stream Condition Index

    The California Stream Condition Index

    California State Water Resources Control Board | December 1, 2015...
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    The California Stream Conditon Index (CSCI) is a biological scoring tool that helps aquatc resource managers translate complex data about benthic macroinvertebrates found...

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  • The California Stream Condition Index (CSCI): A New Statewide Biological Scoring Tool for Assessing the Health of Freshwater Streams

    The California Stream Condition Index (CSCI): A New Statewide Biological Scoring Tool for Assessing the Health of Freshwater Streams

    California State Water Resources Control Board | September 1, 2015...
    Summary

    California’s dramatic environmental diversity supports a broad array of natural stream types throughout the state. Bioassessment of freshwater stream and rivers is especially challenging...

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  • Water Quality Assessment of the Condition of California Coastal Waters and Wadeable Streams: Clean Water Act Section 305b Report 2006

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    Water Quality Assessment of the Condition of California Coastal Waters and Wadeable Streams: Clean Water Act Section 305b Report 2006

    State Water Resources Control Board | July 25, 2006...
    Summary

    One of the first steps in managing our environmental resources is to determine their current condition by answering the key question, “What is...

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