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Pilot Phase of New National Monitoring Network to Enhance Integration and Cost Efficiencies in Water Quality Monitoring

A National Water Quality Monitoring Network for U.S. Coastal Waters and their Tributaries is being developed to address water quality-related coastal resource management issues over the long term. The Interagency Working Group for the Network, of which NOAA is a member, received twelve statements of interest for participation in the pilot phase. Three regions have been selected for active participation in the pilot phase: Delaware Bay, Lake Michigan, and San Francisco Bay. This is an initial step in the

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