- Columbia River Basin Wadeable Streams Assessment
- Condition of Washington State Coastal Waters: 2000-03
- EMAP Symposium 2007 - April 10-11, 2007, Washington, DC
- Ecological Condition of OR and WA Estuaries
- MAIA Flowing Waters Report
- EMAP Western Streams and Rivers Statistical Summary
- Ecological Assessment of Western Streams and Rivers
- Great Rivers Reference Condition Workshop - Presentations are now available
- EMAP Marine Benthic Species Data in the Ocean Biogeographic Information System
- EMAP Data in STORET (Use ORG ID EMAP-CS)
The Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP) was a research program run by EPA’s Office of Research and Development to develop the tools necessary to monitor and assess the status and trends of national ecological resources. EMAP collected field data from 1990 to 2006. EMAP's goal was to develop the scientific understanding for translating environmental monitoring data from multiple spatial and temporal scales into assessments of current ecological condition and forecasts of future risks to our natural resources.
EMAP aimed to advance the science of ecological monitoring and ecological risk assessment, guide national monitoring with improved scientific understanding of ecosystem integrity and dynamics, and demonstrate multi-agency monitoring through large regional projects. EMAP developed indicators to monitor the condition of ecological resources. EMAP also investigated designs that addressed the acquisition, aggregation, and analysis of multiscale and multitier data.
Monitoring of the nation’s aquatic resources is now being routinely conducted by the National Aquatic Resource Surveys, run by EPA’s Office of Water.