The "National Surface Water Survey (NSWS)" is a composite
program aimed at monitoring the chemical characteristics of
surface water in the United States. It includes the National
Stream Survey, the ...
To continuously monitor data as recorded by automated weather stations
placed in forests of West Virginia.
"Long-term Monitoring of Meteorological Data" is a long-term dataset
containing weekly meteorological ...
"Air Quality Monitoring" is a long-term dataset that continually
measures ambient air quality in forested areas of West Virginia, based
on parameters measured by the National Dry Deposition Network ...
To provide an online archive of daily information, with long-term data
for NOAA climate stations
Stores both current and historical daily weather data for
approximately 350 weather stations throughout ...
The "Lockheed - EPA, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory - Las Vegas
(LESC-EPA, EMLS-LV)" database consists of data obtained from the records of
various state and federal agencies responsible ...
The "National Water Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) Home
Page" is an Internet resource that provides information on
research dealing with water quality in the United States. This
home page provides ...
The "Permit Compliance System (PCS)" database is a computerized
management information system which contains data on National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit-holding
"The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI)" database contains data on annual
estimated releases of over 300 toxic chemicals to air, water and land
by the manufacturing industry. TRI's main purpose is to encourage ...
"CPRL Climate Data Files" makes available time-series data files of
agricultural interest generated at the Conservation and Production
Research Laboratory in Bushland, Texas, USA. The data files provide: ...
The Total Exposure Assessment Methodology (TEAM) was designed by the EPA to
develop and demonstrate methods to measure human exposure to toxic substances
in air and drinking water. The goals of Volatile ...