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Inside Save the Sound’s Water Quality Lab with Elena Colón

How does Save the Sound’s water quality lab contribute to preserving and improving the water in Long Island Sound? What parameters does the lab measure to assess the health of our beaches, bays, and harbors? How can individuals contribute to citizen science initiatives related to water quality monitoring in their own communities?

During our latest member-exclusive webinar, Elena Colón, laboratory manager at Save the Sound, provided answers to these questions and more. Participants took a virtual tour, learned about the lab’s history, and saw the instruments our team of scientists utilizes to process thousands of samples every year.

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