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  • Stroud Water Research Center: The New York Project
    Us News What s New News Releases Media Coverage SAFE Water Award Newsletters Annual Reports Search The New York Project Source Water Area Watershed Information Ecoregions Physiographic Regions Surface Geology Land Use Cover Data provided by NYC Department of Environmental Protection Data from 1992 93 images Data from 1987 93 images Explore the New York Project Overview Objectives Design Components Watershed Information Scientific Data Site List Site Map Parameters Publications

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: The New York Project
    Croton R nr Carmel EOH 35 5 I Integrative WB 41 WBCCRAFT WBC West Br Croton R nr Crafts EOH 117 1 I Targeted 42 EBCHOLLY EMC Holly Stream nr Deans Corner EOH 11 9 I Targeted 43 MUSSECOR MNC Secor Brook at West Mahopac EOH 6 8 I Targeted WB 44 EBCCROTN EMC E Br Croton River nr Croton Falls EOH 238 3 I Targeted 45 WBCBUTTR WBC W Br Croton River nr Butterville EOH 209 1 I Targeted 46 MUSBALDW MNC Muscoot R nr Baldwin Place EOH 35 1 I II Integrative WB 47 TTCPURDY TCS Titicus River nr Purdys Station EOH 63 9 I Targeted 48 TTCCROOK TCS Crook Brook nr Grant Corner EOH 5 3 I Targeted 49 MUSHALLC MNC Hallocks Mill Brook nr Amawalk EOH 29 5 I Targeted WB 50 MUSANGLE MNC Angle Fly Brook nr Whitehall Corners EOH 7 7 I Targeted 51 CROHUNTR MNC Hunter Brook nr Mohansic State Park EOH 15 6 I Targeted 52 CRSWARDP TCS Cross River in Ward Pound Ridge Resv EOH 44 5 I II Integrative WB 53 CROSTONE TCS Stone Hill River nr Bedford Hills EOH 34 6 I Targeted 54 CROUTRB1 MNC Unnamed Tributray of the Croton River EOH 3 6 I Targeted 55 KISSTANW KSC Kisco River nr Stanwood EOH 45 5 I II Targeted Integrative WB S 56 CROGEDNY KSC Gedney Brook nr Kitchawan EOH 3 1 I Targeted 57 KISMTKIS KSC Kisco River at Mount Kisco EOH 38 9 I Targeted 58 CROUTRB2 MNC Trib of Croton R nr Lake Purdy EOH 5 4 I Targeted WB 59 KENUTRB1 KSC Trib of Kensico Resv nr Hawthorn EOH 0 2 I Targeted 60 KENUTRB2 KSC Trib of Kensico Resv nr WCA EOH 0 4 I Targeted WB 61 KENRESVR Kensico Reservoir EOH I Limno Sampling 62 CRORESVR New Croton Reservoir EOH I Limno Sampling 63 ASHRESVR Ashokan Reservoir WOH I Limno Sampling 64 RNDRESVR Rondout Reservoir WOH I Limno Sampling 65 NVRRESVR Neversink Reservoir WOH I II Limno Sampling 66 PEPRESVR Pepacton Reservoir WOH I II Limno Sampling 67 CANRESVR Cannonsville Reservoir WOH I II Limno Sampling 68 SCHRESVR Schoharie Reservoir WOH I Limno Sampling 101 WBDROSEB WBD Rose Brook nr South Kortright WOH 38 1 II Targeted 102 WBDLDCBR WBD Coulter Brook nr Bovina Center WOH 12 5 II Targeted WB 103 WBDELKCR WBD Elk Creek at East Delhi WOH 39 7 II Targeted WB 104 WBDPLANT WBD Planter Brook at Fraser WOH 36 5 II Targeted 105 WBDEASTB WBD East Brook nr Walton WOH 61 5 II Targeted WB 106 WBDDRYDN WBD Dryden Brook nr Beerston WOH 24 8 II Targeted 107 EBDROXBY EBD E Br Delaware at Roxbury WOH 34 2 II Targeted WB 108 EBDSCUDD EBD Scudders Run nr Roxbury Run WOH 2 4 II Targeted WB 109 EBDBATAV EBD Batavia Kill nr Kellys Corner WOH 49 6 II Targeted 110 EBDVLYCR EBD Vly Creek nr Fleischmanns WOH 55 1 II Targeted 111 EBDDRYML EBD Dry Brook nr Mapledale

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: The New York Project
    Volunteer The Water s Edge Lecture Series Contact Us News What s New News Releases Media Coverage SAFE Water Award Newsletters Annual Reports Search The New York Project Site Maps 160 sites were sampled during the six year study View site list Explore the New York Project Overview Objectives Design Components Watershed Information Scientific Data Site List Site Map Parameters Publications Links Download Report Research Home Search our site Research

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: The New York Project
    units ALKL Alkalinity mg CaCO 3 L COND Conductivity S cm CA Calcium mg L MG Magnesium mg L NA Sodium mg L K Potassium mg L CL Chloride mg L SO4 Sulfate mg L NH4N Ammonium N mg L NO3N Nitrate N mg L ORGN Organic N mg L SKN Soluble Kjeldahl N mg L TKN Total Kjeldahl N mg L SRP Soluble Reactive P mg L TDP Total Dissolved P mg L TP Total P mg L DOC Dissolved Organic Carbon g L BDOC Biodegradable DOC g L TSS Total suspended solids TSS mg L TSS05 TSS 0 5 m fraction mg L TSS10 TSS 10 m fraction mg L TSS20 TSS 20 m fraction mg L VSS Total volatile solids mg L VSS05 VSS 0 5 m fraction mg L VSS10 VSS 10 m fraction mg L VSS20 VSS 20 m fraction mg L Molecular Tracers Abbreviation Parameter Units FLU fluorene g L PHE phenanthrene g L ANT anthracene g L 2MP 2 methyl phenanthrene g L 1MP 1 methyl phenanthrene g L FLR fluoranthene g L PYR pyrene g L BAA benz a anthracene g L CHR chrysene g L BBF benzo b fluoranthene g L BKF benzo k fluoranthene g L BAP benzo a pyrene g L HHCB tonalide 1 3 4 6 7 8 hexahydro 4 6 6 7 8 8 hexamethylcyclopenta y 2 benzopyran g L AHTN galaxolide 7 acetyl 1 1 3 4 4 6 hexamethyl 1 2 3 4 tetrahydronaphthalene g L CAF caffeine g L bCOP coprostanol 5Ba cholestan 3B ol g L EPI epi coprostanol 5B cholestan 3a ol g L CHO cholesterol cholest 5 en 3B ol g L aCOP cholestanone 5a cholestan 3 one g L aONE cholestanone 5a cholestan 3 one g L bONE coprostanone 5

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: The New York Project
    Benthological Society 25 867 886 Request PDF Dow C L D B Arscott and J D Newbold 2006 Relating major ions and nutrients to watershed conditions across a mixed use water supply watershed Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 887 911 Request PDF Kaplan L A J D Newbold D J Van Horn C L Dow A K Aufdenkampe and J K Jackson 2006 Organic matter transport in New York City drinking water supply watersheds Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 912 927 Request PDF Aufdenkampe A K D B Arscott C L Dow and L J Standley 2006 Molecular tracers of soot and sewage contamination in streams supplying New York City drinking water Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 928 953 Request PDF Kratzer E B J K Jackson D B Arscott A K Aufdenkampe C L Dow L A Kaplan J D Newbold and B W Sweeney 2006 Macroinvertebrate distribution in relation to land use and water chemistry in New York City drinking water supply watersheds Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 954 976 Request PDF Arscott D B J K Jackson and E B Kratzer 2006 Role of rarity and taxonomic resolution in a regional and spatial analysis of stream macroinvertebrates Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 977 997 Request PDF Newbold J D T L Bott L A Kaplan C L Dow L A Martin D J Van Horn and A A de Long 2006 Uptake of nutrients and organic C in streams in New York City drinking water supply watersheds Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 998 1017 Request PDF Bott T L D S Montgomery J D Newbold D B Arscott C L Dow A K Aufdenkampe J K Jackson and L

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: The New York Project
    Award Newsletters Annual Reports Search The New York Project Related Links Sites Relevant to New York City Drinking Water Source Areas Department of Environmental Protection New York City http www ci nyc ny us html dep Department of Environmental Conservation New York State http www dec ny gov Watershed Protection and Partnership Council http dos state ny us watershed New York Public Interest Research Group s Watershed Protection Project http www nypirg org enviro water The National Academny Press Publication Watershed Management for Potable Water Supply Assessing the New York City Strategy 2000 http www nap edu books 0309067774 html Riverkeeper Garrison NY http www riverkeeper org National Atmospheric Deposition Program NADP New York State Sites http nadp sws uiuc edu sites sitemap asp state ny NOAA Weather for Binghamton NY http www erh noaa gov radar loop DS 78ohp si kbgm shtml Sites Relevant to EOH and WOH Watersheds New York State Department of Environmental Conservation s Atmospheric Monitoring Reports http www dec ny gov chemical 8406 html Catskill Center for Conservation and Developmen Arkville NY http www catskillcenter org The Catskill Watershed Corporation Margaretville NY http www cwconline org Explore the New York Project Overview Objectives Design Components

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: Our Findings
    sea With Lake Erie slowly suffocating in its own pollution the plight of lakes seemed in those days a far more urgent issue By the 1960s it was clear that our rivers were in trouble Massive weeds clogged once navigable waterways The water in many streams had become too polluted to swim in let alone drink And on June 22 1969 Cleveland s Cuyahoga River caught fire the flames leaping five stories into the air That same year the Center received a five year grant from the Rockefeller Foundation to study the White Clay watershed Faced with a new sense of urgency symbolized by the black smoke over the Cuyahoga the Center s scientists set out to learn all they could about how a stream works Inspired by the groundbreaking studies Ruth Patrick had conducted on the Conestoga River in Lancaster County two decades earlier an interdisciplinary team set out to scrutinize the watershed Some biologists studied the production of algae which compose one base of the food web while others analyzed how bacteria and fungi break down leaf litter Entomologists examined insect groups discovering that species replacement enables a stream to maintain its energy balance throughout the year A chemist investigated the influence of geology land use and rain storms on the chemical composition of the water The research did not stop at the banks Looking beyond to the entire watershed the scientists began to measure the impact of activities outside the stream itself both natural factors such as falling leaves and changing sunlight and human actions ranging from farming practices and deforestation to industrial discharge and suburban lawns As a result of their massive sets of data the Center s scientists expanded the knowledge of how biological communities interact in a stream and how they react to stress

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  • Stroud Water Research Center: Our Findings
    Water Award Newsletters Annual Reports Search Groundbreaking Research River Continuum Concept At the end of the Rockefeller study Stroud Water Research Center invited water researchers from across the country to a two day conference It was here that Robin Vannote presented his hypothesis that was to have a deep impact on aquatic studies Drawing on biological chemical and physical studies that ranged from Ruth Patrick s ecosystem approach to a river s biology to Luna Leopold s recent formula for predicting its physical pattern Vannote and his colleagues added a critical element to the puzzle of how streams work They argued that a river s biological and chemical processes correspond to its physical attributes and that the nature of biological communities changes in a downstream direction just as the river itself does This means that the structure of the biological communities is also predictable and that the communities adapt to the particular conditions of a stretch of stream A river is more than the sum of its parts Vannote asserted It is not a static body of water It is a single continuum that flows ceaselessly from its source to the sea To understand what is happening at any point along the way you must understand both what is happening upstream and what is entering from the watershed The River Continuum Concept was the first unified hypothesis about how streams and their watersheds work It dominated river studies for the next decade and it established Stroud Water Research Center as a pioneer in innovative research References Vannote R L G W Minshall K W Cummings J R Sedell and C E Cushing 1980 The River Continuum Concept Can J Fish Aquat Sci 37 130 137 Explore Our Research Projects Findings Overview Rockefeller Study River Continuum Microbes Molecules Sediment Toxicity Streamside

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