Utah Water Week

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    2016 Utah Water Week Results

    Cutler Marsh

    This year marks Utah Water Watch's 3rd annual Utah Water Week and was a success! A big thank you to all of the volunteers who helped make this snapshot of Utah's water quality possible. Results show generally good water quality, with only one extreme criteria exceedance of pH. See the data for yourself by downloading it from the UWW database

    Some impressive Utah Water Week statistics:

    Total number of hours sampled by all volunteers: 24
    Total miles driven: 152
    Hottest air temperature sampled: 37 C (99 F)
    Coldest air temperature sampled: 7 C (45 F)
    Number of dead fish seen: 0
    Average water temperature: 9.5 C
    Average pH: 7.0
    Average dissolved oxygen: 8.7 mg/L
     

    Our volunteers, YOU, continue to sacrifice time and energy, sampling in extreme weather conditions for the greater good. You are making a difference and we appreciate your continued efforts!

    Click on the "Mapped Results" button to view maps with data to learn more about three important water quality parameters.  All this data and more are available on our Utah Water Watch Database.

    Mapped Results

    2015 Utah Water Week Results

    Utah Water Week

    During Utah Water Watch's 2nd Annual Big Water Week (May 3-9) volunteers collected monitoring reports on 29 sites across Utah. This provided a snapshot of Utah's water quality during Utah Water Week.  Below are highlights of three key parameters.

     

    Overall the reports indicate that we have good quality, healthy water! The majority of water quality parameters were in their normal ranges and no one observed any large problems or dead fish during the week.  Many of the same parameters where very similar to 2014, with water temperature showing the greatest change. This is great news! Click on the "Mapped Results" button to view maps with data to learn more about three important water quality parameters.  All this data and more are available on our Utah Water Watch Database.

    Mapped Results

    Utah Water Week 2014 Results

    Utah Water Week

    During Utah Water Watch's 1st Annual Big Water Week (May 4-10) volunteers collected monitoring reports on 38 sites across Utah. This provided a snapshot of Utah's water quality during Utah Water Week.  Below are highlights of three key parameters.

     

    Overall the reports indicate that we have good quality, healthy water! The water quality parameters were in their normal ranges and no one observed any large problems or dead fish during the week. This is great news! Click on the "Mapped Results" button to view maps with data to learn more about three important water quality parameters.  All this data and more are available on our Utah Water Watch Database.

    Mapped Results