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Monitoring

Monitoring comprises the collection of environmental samples and the evaluation of environmental data for the laws and regulations that EPA is mandated to implement and enforce. The monitoring efforts are very wide ranging covering all of the different environmental media.

Special Projects:

Regional Monitoring and Assessment Program (REMAP) NY/NJ Harbor Project

Program Contact
Darvene A. Adams
Monitoring and Assessment Branch
Division of Environmental Science and Assessment
U.S. EPA - Region 2
Voice: 732 321-6700
adams.darvene@epa.gov

Regional Volunteer Monitoring Program

EPA Region 2 promotes and supports volunteer monitoring by assisting development of watershed organizations, mobilizing skilled volunteers for more effective water protection, and by providing coordination and leadership among existing federal, state and citizen monitoring programs.

Program Contact
Paula Zevin
Volunteer Coordinator
Division of Environmental Science and Assessment
Voice: 732 321-6700
Zevin,Paula@epa.gov

New York Bight Water Quality Monitoring Program

The New York Bight Water Quality Monitoring Program (The Helicopter Monitoring Program) is EPA's response to its mandated responsibilities as defined under the Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act of 1972, the Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 and 1977, and the Water Quality Act of 1987. This program was initiated in 1974 and incorporated the use of a helicopter in 1977.
Helicopter Monitoring Report

Program Contact
Helen Grebe
Regional Coastal Monitoring Coordinator
Division of Environmental Science and Assessment
Voice: 732-321-6797
grebe.helen@epa.gov

 

 

 

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