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The Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC) established the Remote Water Quality Monitoring Network (RWQMN) in January 2010 in response to natural gas drilling activities in the basin. More than 50 water quality monitoring stations are operating in watersheds experiencing unconventional shale gas development. Each station continuously monitors the following parameters: pH, temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and relative water depth. The data are collected at five-minute intervals and uploaded to SRBC’s publicly accessible web site.

Continuous Water Quality Trends in the Susquehanna River Basin – December 2016

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PDF Summary Report

Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2013

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Supplemental Data for Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2013


Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2012

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Supplemental Data for Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2012


Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2011

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Corrected Data for Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2011

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Supplemental Data for Data Report of Baseline Conditions for 2010-2011

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Susquehanna River Basin Commission
4423 North Front Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110
phone (717) 238-0423 fax (717) 238-2436
email srbc@srbc.net

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Data platform (above); data sonde and protective casing (below)

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***During the winter season, data transmission schedules to the web site may be reduced for select stations to conserve power, since the stations are powered by solar panels which can be affected by snow/ice conditions and shorter daylight hours. In addition, water quality observations may be affected at times by ice buildup and/or blockages