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NDEP Truckee River Monitoring Project

Summary: 
Nevada Division of Environmental Protection maintains a monitoring program throughout the state, including the Truckee River watershed. Find descriptions of the program at this link: http://truckeeriverinfo.org/project/ndep-truckee-river-monitoring-project - and dataset below. Further data may be found in the State's STORET database.
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Creative Commons - Commercial Use OK
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Ongoing
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2016-01-13

Nevada Division of Environmental Protection maintains a monitoring program throughout the state, including the Truckee River watershed. Find descriptions of the program at this link: http://truckeeriverinfo.org/project/ndep-truckee-river-monitoring-project.

and the most current dataset is below. Further data may be found in the State's STORET database.

Virginia Lake Water Quality Data for improvement projects

Summary: 
In support of the Virginia Lake water quality improvement project, the City of Reno began monitoring water quality in the lake. sites are set out across the lake from north to south, approximately mid lake. Fountain head readings are taken at the southmost inoperational fountainhead, where the YSI sonde was located, east from the island. Various forms of data exist.
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Ongoing
Date Range: 
2014-09-09

Datasets shown were gathered by the City's Hydrologist, Ecological Research Associates, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, and MaxDepth Aquatics.
Analyses were provided by the TMWRF lab, Sierra Environmental Monitoring, and Ecoanalysts.
For project description and other background information, please visit the project website. http://www.truckeeriverinfo.org/project/virginia-lake-water-quality-improvement-project

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Truckee Meadows Water Authority Water Quality Report

Summary: 
TMWA adheres to all federal, state and local water regulations set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency, State of Nevada Division of Environmental Protection and the Washoe County District Health Department. TMWA is required to monitor and meet regulatory standards for more than 100 contaminants. All water delivered to customers is treated and must adhere to some of the strictest drinking water regulations in the world. This report is required by the EPA, and discusses water quality over the calendar year 2012.
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Ongoing
Date Range: 
2014-07-29

The table below lists all of the primary regulated drinking water contaminants that we detected during the calendar 2012 year of this report on finished water that has been treated. The presence of contaminants in the water does not necessarily indicate the water poses a health risk. Unless otherwise noted, the data presented in this table is from testing done in the calendar year of the report. The EPA or the State requires us to monitor for certain contaminants less than once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants do not change frequently.

Cooperative mainstem lower Truckee WQ program

Summary: 
Cooperative mainstem lower Truckee WQ program includes data collected by DRI under a Truckee River Fund grant to evaluate changing water conditions through the urban corridor here in the Truckee Meadows, in tandem with the state of Nevada and Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facilities to augment efforts by the Storm Water Permit Coordinating Committee (City of Reno, City of Sparks, and Washoe County). Truly a great outcome for the CMP project.
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Completed
Date Range: 
2014-05-28

Nevada 2012 Water Quality Integrated Report (final draft)

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The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection is required by the Clean Water Act to conduct a comprehensive analysis of water quality data associated with Nevada's surface waters to determine whether state water quality standards are being met and designated uses are being supported. This integrated report provides snapshot conditions of all waters in the state of Nevada, impaired or otherwise.
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Ongoing
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2014-04-07

The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection is required by the Clean Water Act to
conduct a comprehensive analysis of water quality data associated with Nevada's surface
waters to determine whether state water quality standards are being met and designated
uses are being supported. Nevada’s Integrated Report is prepared in accordance with the
requirements of Sections 303(d)/305(b)/314 of the Clean Water Act and is intended for use
by the public, other entities and NDEP for water quality management planning purposes.
The Nevada 2012 Integrated Report evaluates data collected over a 5 year period, between
October 1, 2006 and September 30, 2011.

The Nevada 2012 Integrated Report has been submitted to the United States Environmental
Protection Agency for approval, as of April 7, 2014.

The Nevada 2012 Integrated Report is available at:
http://ndep.nv.gov/bwqp/303dlist2012.htm

If you have any questions, please contact:

John Heggeness

Water Quality Modeling on Truckee River system: WARMF and TRHSPF

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Summary of water quality modeling utilizing historical water quality data to predict conditions in various scenarios, supporting water quality standards review and total maximum daily load process.
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Ongoing
Date Range: 
2011-12-08

Water Quality Modeling

Pyramid Lake 208 Program Studies (July, 1982)

Summary: 
A 208 Water Quality Planning document created with funding from the USEPA to evaluate a potential water quality program for the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe.
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Planned
Date Range: 
2011-11-07

This is a 208 Water Quality Planning document created with funding from the USEPA to evaluate a potential water quality program for the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe.

Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe - Water Quality Control Plan FINAL 2008

Summary: 
A Water Quality Control Plan for the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, approved by the USEPA 10/03/2008.
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Completed
Date Range: 
2011-03-29

 

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