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 ...
The "Federal Reporting Database System (FRDS)" is a centralized
database for information on public drinking water supplies,
including their compliance with monitoring requirements, maximum
The "Environmental Display Manager (EDM)" is a database which
ties together national on-line databases that contain spatial
and attribute information on industrial and municipal
dischargers, drinking ...
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 Pesticide Survey (NPS)" contains the results of a one-time survey
conducted by EPA to determine the frequency and concentration of pesticides and
nitrate in drinking water wells nationwide, ...
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 U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Central Colorado Assessment Project (CCAP)
began in October 2003 and is planned to last through September 2008. One major
goal of this project is to compare the relationships ...
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 ...