UWS Data Downloads

Use the links below to download the data collected as part of the Unified Water Study for each year it has been conducted.

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2019 UWS Data

UWS Tier I Water Quality Results: Data include discrete measurements of dissolved oxygen, water clarity, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, and field observations.

UWS Tier I Qualitative Macrophyte Results: These data are available upon request from plinderoth@savethesound.org

UWS Tier II Continuous Data Logging Results: Data include 15 minute interval measurements of dissolved oxygen, salinity, temperature, and pressure.

UWS Tier II Quantitative Macrophyte Results: These data are presented in percent coverage of bare embayment bottom, macrophytes, and eelgrass. Videos and still images are available upon request from plinderoth@savethesound.org

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2018 UWS Data

UWS Tier I Water Quality Results: Data include discrete measurements of dissolved oxygen, water clarity, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, and field observations.

UWS Tier I Qualitative Macrophyte Results: These data are available upon request from plinderoth@savethesound.org

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EMBAYMENT NAMEUWS IDENTIFIER
Eastchester Bay, NYEAB
Little Neck Bay, NYLNE
Mamaroneck Harbor, NYMAM
Huntington Northport ComplexHNC
Centerport Harbor, NYHNC-CEN
Huntington Bay, NYHNC-HUB
Huntington Harbor, NYHNC-HUH
Lloyd Harbor, NYHNC-LLO
Northport Bay, NYHNC-NPB
Northport Harbor, NYHNC-NPH
Niantic River, CTNIR
Norwalk Harbor, NY (Inner)NWH-I
Norwalk Harbor, NY (Outer)NWH-O

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