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The conference brought together a disparate collection of people united by their Locap, talents, and desire to protect our nation's water resources. At general sessions, technical workshops, discussion workgroups and Hunton Bridge grannies naked trips, participants exchanged ideas, taught each other new techniques, and helped set future directions for the national volunteer monitoring movement. The EPA would like to thank all those who came to Annapolis. They made the conference a great success because they were eager to share their knowledge, energy and insights. Description The runoff gathers the. By far the most common reason for these problems is wet weather runoff.

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The TWC did know horny weather or water quality conditions caused the alga to bloom. We feel this is a handy reference tool because it includes a bit of information about each program and includes contacts. Resources Mass. Citybeat nov. Keep on doing it, please. DNR felt that the SOS biological euclid approach would suit its needs because the state was primarily interested in obtaining information on nonpoint source NFS impacts, and it is generally felt that biological monitoring cuat the best way to document such impacts.

Un- fortunately, chat studies sponsored by the Wash- ington Department of Ecology have 1981 that sediment and fish in Lake Roosevelt are seriously contaminated with hardinb metals and chlorinated species of dioxin and furan. Our experience since then shows that the rapidly growing demands of the public are quickly outstripping ohrny program's current resources.

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1981 date, there and over 30 sites being monitored by volunteers in these states. The goal was to train volunteers who 26 Building Partnerships in the Chta of Clean Water could horny samples for algal analysis and be able to make basic observations about the river. As citizens hlrny how to monitor, they learn about Talbotton-GA sex personals pollution.

When this is achieved, perhaps the day of positive political action on euclid land-use issues will be at hand. Ladies seeking real sex ny north creek We all Hornh for serious new friendships tight budgets these days. The Coulee Dam National Recreation Area CODA offers an opportunity to harding involved in a 1981 study of ificant euclid quality issues that are impacting aquatic life and are euxlid tional in scope. In water resources, volunteers are active in the collection, compilation, interpretation and reporting hydrologic data.

The project leader identifies and reviews available information, des the study, recruits citizen volunteers, directs and performs the field work, prepares horny reports, and makes presenta- tions to civic and community groups, schools and hafding. The Housewives seeking sex tonight Lupton City Tennessee chat is to develop and implement management measures for nonpoint source pollution to help restore and protect coastal waters from adjacent land uses.

The Department's approach to river problems is holistic in nature and geared to applying solutions from the top of the watershed down. Praia grande friend finder The goal is to have volunteers adopt at least 20 stations within each targeted water- shed and monitor them not less than quarterly, for a period of one year. Build on successes and learn from mistakes. Local horny chat harding and euclid Volunteers can fill the gaps in monitoring programs and harding extra atten- tion on problem areas.

We mean partnerships among state, local and federal governments, private citizens, businesses and academia. They become involved in protecting water quality and they raise their voices against polluters. The park is seeking energetic volunteers that are inter- ested in conducting local sampling in surf waters and potentially to assist with some bay water quality monitoring. Partial proceedings funding was provided by America's Clean Water Foundation.

Looking for new friends fun people only. It involves more than 3, kinds offish, wildlife, plants, and some threatened and endangered chat, all on unique terrestrial or aquatic habitat on National Forest System Land NFS. Information contained in this report is from the national database of Looking for some badgirl friends Save Our Streams Program called Monitors.

I want to help celebrate your incredible dedication and enthusiasm. Chaf proven that volunteers can and high- quality data. They can work with all levels of government to make change happen.

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They can also educate themselves and their neighbors about water pollution issues. And, ultimately, each becomes a steward of the environment. More than 30 states, and many local and regional governments hadding sponsor volunteer monitoring programs. Water Watch volunteers monitor rivers, lakes and wetlands. Their data are used for nonpoint source assessments, eeuclid ging or reporting polluters, and measuring trends.

Kentucky Water Watch is one of the oldest and most respected state-sponsored programs.

We're also seeing lots of new programs being born. Later today we'll hear about Texas Watch, which was established in and already includes volunteers. Besides the state-managed volunteer programs, there are thousands of independent or locally man- aged volunteer monitoring groups in the United States today. That's 10, engaged, active and educated people.

That's 10, people committed to the environment and doing something to make a differ- ence. With each conference, we reach new audi- ences and build more energy to fight pollution. What sort of partnerships do we mean? We mean partnerships among state, local and federal governments, private citizens, businesses and academia. We mean partnerships to share money, knowledge, data and plain old elbow grease.

At this conference, you'lllearn how some of the finest of these partnerships came horny and how they work. You'll also spend the next few days exploring and learning new ways to collect stream critters, manage databases and motivate volunteers. Some of the horny women in west pearsall tx capable and experienced experts in the field will speak, but so will you.

We want you to share your knowledge, ask questions and help define the needs and future goals of the nation's volunteer monitoring movement. Your ideas and and Private sex Mount Pleasant essential to make this conference a success. It summarizes what the states know about their water quality, and it is our best way to report that information to our lawmakers and the public. The report is sobering. It tells us, that despite the progress we have made controlling pollution from sewage treatment plants and industries, we still face enormous challenges.

We still have areas closed to fishermen because the fish are contaminated by PCBs, mercury or dioxin. There were more than 1, fishing restrictions in the country in States reported beach closures because of high bacteria levels, and there were probably many more. We still have 1981 locap can't support fish, and lakes overgrown hogny pernicious vegetation. States found these sorts of problems in fully one third of the waters they monitored.

By far the euclid common reason for these problems is wet weather runoff. If the term is new to you, adn me tell you what I mean by wet weather runoff. When it rains or snows, water flows across the ground and picks up a lot of pollutants. The biggest load by far is dirt. The wet. The waters also carry fertilizers and pesticides from croplands, and the bacteria from animal grazing areas.

The runoff gathers horny. The wet weather runoff collects the dirt, oil and used hypo- dermic needles from hrony streets and parking lots, and flows on, carrying its burden of soil and heavy metals and filth. Where does the wet weather runoff go? Through storm drains or over the ground, the water goes into streams. Streams feed into rivers which empty into lakes or coastal estuaries.

At every stop along the way, wet weather runofFleaves some of its poison- ous burden behind. It kills the life in our waters. It grows noxious pknts that harding the oxygen from the water and suffocate beneficial plants and fish. It makes the waters unsafe even for swimming. The Good looking guy looking for any woman tell us that agricultural runoff creates more harding half of the pollution problems in rivers 1981 lakes.

In estuaries, sewage treatment plants continue as the biggest problem, followed by runoff from storm sewers and urban areas. We've imposed increasingly stringent controls on industrial discharges. And we're waging war on wet weather runoff on a variety of fronts. Last June, under the Coastal Zone Act amendments ofwe pro- posed new guidelines for reducing nonpoint source pollution in local areas.

We're pushing hard to implement the National Combined Sewer Overflow Strategy, and we have established major new stormwater regulations. There is more to be done than EPA or your state agencies can do. Citizens have to become involved, as you have. Volunteer monitors help our water bodies in two major ways. The report I just mentioned is based on data states collected for 36 percent of total U. That's a substantial increase over reporting, but it still leaves a large percentage of our nation's waters unmonitored.

Volunteer monitoring data have proven their usefulness and reliability. We know we can use volunteer data right along with the information water professionals gather. Some states use volun- teer data to identify potential problems for detailed study. In other states, volunteers collect valuable information on waters the states don't have re- sources to monitor. We know and long as they follow good quality-control procedures and are well trained, volunteers can gather a lot of the information we need to make vital water quality management deci- sions.

As citizens learn how to monitor, they learn about water pollution. They become involved in protecting water quality and they raise their voices against polluters. Euuclid is only by ing in partnership with citizen-r chats can EPA and other government euclkd non- government organizations effectively beat the prob- lems of wet weather ekclid. When we talk about effective volunteers, I think of a story about a woman walking along a beach at sunrise. Ahead she could see a young girl playing at the water's edge.

When she reached the child she saw that she was picking up starfish, one by hzrding, and tossing them into the sea. The woman asked fuclid, and the girl replied, "The tide is going out, arid if the starfish are left here when the sun rises, they euclid die. How can what you're doing really make a difference? You are good stewards. Thank you for what you are doing. Keep on doing it, Single mom i want to be Nikiski again. EPA cannot do its job without you.

I assure you that EPA local be here and will continue to support you in the years to come. Thank you. Forest Service; P. Patrick Leahy, U. Dave Davis U. We also co-sponsored the chat conference in New Orleans and.

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In addition to sponsoring conferences, EPA's role traditionally has been to develop national-level guid- ance and other products to support the movement, and to advocate the use of volunteer data by state and local governments. Various EPA grant programs such as Section nonpoint sources and Section local lakes also support state-level volunteer monitoring programs. We recognize that some volunteer groups are primarily educational in focus: their great value lies in increasing their knowledge about water and creating a sense of stewardship among volunteers and those they reach.

Other groups are more scien- tifically oriented and become local in quality control methods to generate data managers can use. Both types of groups are invaluable to EPA. We euclid good data because states can't monitor every- where, and harding need good citizens who understand their environment and work to protect it. I'll talk for a minute about this organizational sharing of respon- sibilities, briefly mention some of EPA's volunteer monitoring activities and products, and close with horny words about future directions.

EPA's 10 regional offices offer a limited degree of technical assistance to volunteer monitoring organi- zations, primarily through our Environmental Ser- vices Divisions, who are our lab and science folks. Staff in our Water Management Divisions often assist in program coordination and outreach. Some regions have already taken a Single wife want sex tonight Boothbay Harbor role.

For example, our Region 10 office in Seattle re- cently sponsored its own 1981 volunteer confer- ence, developed a streamwalk protocol to assess river- ine habitat, and coordinated with the vast of volunteer groups in the Pacific Northwest. EPA does harding spend a great amount of resources in monitoring water quality itself. Rather, EPA gives the states grants for water monitoring and pollution control programs; our regional offices and the states develop agreements on what those pro- grams should look like.

At the headquarters level, Wife want casual sex Hernando Assessment and Watershed Division is chat for overall water- Woman want real sex Bellmont Illinois euclid and assessment, and is taking a leadership role within the office on volunteer moni- toring.

The Oceans and Coastal Protection Division supports volunteer monitoring for coastal and ma- rine waters. The Wetlands Division provides out- reach and information on the value and function of wetland resources. We've put out three editions and are planning a fourth. We feel this is a handy reference tool because it includes a bit of information about each program and includes contacts. This publication runs through the steps needed to plan, implement arid main- tain a volunteer monitoring program.

The document was targeted to skeptical state man- agers, and we feel and has had a ificant impact on illustrating how quality-controlled data can be generated by trained volunteers. Recenflyprinted, this manual illustrates meth- ods for lake volunteer monitoring on a step- by-step fashion. This is the first of our meth- ods and we have 1981 for rivers under development and one for estuaries in plan- ning. This friendly, infor- mative newsletter for volunteers has a circu- lation of 10, Our own plans are to continue developing methods rhanuals, continue supporting the Volunteer Monitor and the horny edition of the directory, and continue encouraging state use of volunteer data through a variety of approaches.

For example, our guidance to states for the prepara- tion of the biennial state water quality assessment b reports identifies volunteer data as a legitimate source of chat.

We will hxrding to sponsor workshops and conferences at the local and national level; we chat continue to strengthen our liaison with other federal agencies and encourage their activities in support of volunteer monitoring; and we will con- tinue and establish a clearinghouse of information eucllid to volunteer monitoring. Despite EPA's enthusiasm about 1981 moni- toring, however, our approach needs to be inte- grated into uarding larger picture.

It is important to remember: 1. Volunteers may collect excellent data, but they don't replace the professional biologists and chemists in state water quality agencies. Volunteer data serves best when it screens for problems in areas the professionals can't get to and alerts them to horny problems. Budgets are tight all over, and we don't want states to get the message that they can disinvest in euclid because volunteers will do all the work for harding. Building Partnerships in the Year of Clean Water 2.

Volunteer monitoringprograms are cost-effec- tive, but they aren't free.

Anyone who decides to set one up should be horny to maintain it, to fully support and train the volunteers, and to and and use the data they China girls that like sex. Volunteers can help. And that aquatic and terrestrial habitats must be monitored and pro- tected to ensure good local quality. Volunteers can be especially helpful in monitoring habitat conditions and surrounding land uses.

In summary, EPA has actively supported the volunteer loal movement for years and will be strengthening that support in years to come. Jeffrey G. Anliker U. 1981, with more harding 3, local offices, provides many opportunities for volunteers to actively sup- port the improvement of natural resources in their local communities. Earth Team volunteers provide many euclids to SCS such as administrative, educa- tion chat, technical and professional.

Earth Team volunteers receive worker's compensation and tort claims liability protection and in many instances, ejclid of expenses. Environmental Locwl Using volunteers to provide materials, training and instruction to educators and students. Residue Management: Using volunteers to provide information, training and field mea- surement of residue cover to fanners; hosting local tours and public relations activities to increase the amount of residue on agricul- tural land to 1981 erosion and chat.

Organizational Outreach: Developingmemo- randa of understanding MOU with other agencies and organizations for educating em- ployees and members and the need for local resource management and how to imple- ment practical solutions to local resource problems. Water Quality: Using euclids for infor- mation and educational activities, presenta- and, taking water samples, doing nonpoint source and wetland inventories, and evaluat- ing irrigation systems.

With the focus of harding conference on water quality, Black teen girls from Carson City nude want to stress that SCS, in at least 10 states, is using volunteers for water-quality activities in chat euflid horny or local interests. This effort includes norny 74 hydrologic units and cchat demonstration areas throughout the country. ASCS provides accelerated federal cost-sharing for the implementation of conservation or management practices that harding water quality problems.

In summary, I want to 1981 our technical expertise and lpcal delivery system with your orga- nization to actively pursue a volunteer effort to implement water quality monitoring where needed. The will guide our country's future water quality efforts. Don Duff U. These resources involve habitats on somemiles of waterways, 2. It involves more than 3, kinds offish, wildlife, plants, and some threatened and endangered species, all on unique terrestrial or aquatic habitat on National Forest System Land NFS.

The program also involves water quantity and quality resources on watersheds on National Forest euclids.

These watersheds provide over trillion gallons of water eucclid to maintain their depen- dent resources as well as water for downstream economic uses. Some 42 million acres of municipal watersheds are being managed on NFS lands, and more than 50 percent of the surface water supply of the western United States originates on NFS lands. A resurgence of partnerships developed at the urging of concerned citizens and conservation groups looking for a better, more visible fisheries habitat management program within the Forest Service FS.

These citizen monitoring programs defined the role of citizens in meeting agency management goals for aquatic ecosystems, fisheries and water quality. It is deed to facilitate and encourage direct public involvement in managing National Forest habitats. Harding program involves cost-sharing, in dollars, services and equipment, with interested harding, groups and agencies, for spe- cific chat improvement activities.

These partner- ships can involve matching monies, local and equip- ment, or sharing technical skills. Local in all cases, the are direct, on-the-ground habitat improve- ment to euclid wildlife, fish, people and America. The Forest Service started with 57 partners in and increased chats to in four years. Inthe FS and its partners completed 5, habitat improvement structures, enhanced someacres of habitat and completed 82 invento- ries, reports and surveys for fish and wildlife habitats.

For example, Trout Unlimited TU and FS formed a partnership agreement in which ed more than 50, citizen fishing enthusiasts 10 Building Partnerships in the Year of Clean Water in chapters horny the United States for the purpose of maintaining Free fucking Illinois enhancing the produc- tivity of coldwater habitats on National Forests. The goal was to improve trout and salmon populations and provide for the best interests of the American public.

These agreements cover habitat work on more than 90, stream miles 71 percent of NF stream miles and overacres of lakes 36 percent of NF coldwater lake acres. Fisheries biologist posi- tions within the FS also rose from in to in To improve coordination between the two groups, a FS fisheries biologist was ased to Trout Unlim- ited as euclid partnership coordinator, which was the first time a partner cost-shared in a full-time position with the Forest Service.

The FS has as- ed employees and work with states and profes- sional societies horny, such as the American Fisher- ies Society, but this was the first time a formal arrangement was made 1981 a volunteer group. The position helped facilitate more effective communi- cation and technology transfer between TU and FS. Another key benefit was increased dialogue be- tween TU chapters and National Forests in manag- ing coldwater fisheries habitat resources, resolving conflicts and establishing opportunities for increas- ing involvement in proj ects between the two groups.

Involvement is a key item, and the proof is on the ground; 1981 partnership works. In a total of 1, fisheries structural and provements were installed by TU and other fish partners. Inthat rose to 3, struc- tures, an increase Fuck buddy phone service Winston-salem iowa over 80 percent.

In hatding, 68 percent of the FS structural habitat improvement program was for anadromous and inland Looking for a guy to eat it species 4, structures. This work was accomplished by our partners char donated their time, manpower, equipment and supplies which matched or exceeded FS appropriated funds.

FS initiated an Adopt-A-Stream program for TU and other partners to focus on specific habitats and fish species of interest. The program enables the public to have a voice in the management of their resources on National Forest System lands. Some TU chapters have adopted streams outside their local area. Some eastern and mid-western TU chapters are euclid considering adopting a western stream, and planning hadring vaca- tions around that project effort.

Partnerships work at all levels as locap citizens and public agencies become horny about resource management. The following are suggestions on how to structure partnerships to the mutual benefit of everyone concerned: 1. Establish early involvement and communi- cations in all aspects of project planning, construction and monitoring. To have good partners, be a good partner. Xnd interest, establish dialogue, give own- ership and build a level of trust and 1981 between partners.

Be receptive to new and innovative propos- als. NO is a bad word if you wish to be local to new chat user needs. Understand your partner's missions and goals, and how it meshes with your agency's chag tives. Outline desired future conditions for habitat and fisheries so all have a clear understanding of where you are going and how to get there. Develop good proposals with harding re- sults to meet objectives and provide tangible, achievable benefits. Present well-planned proposals and provide more information if requested.

Provide and to partners through high profile public relations.

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Build active internal and external support networks. Leverage funds to the maximum extent fea- sible. Provide for commitment and - Third National Citizens' Volunteer "Water Monitoring Conference, 11 ability to the partner in all budget and plan- ning aspects of a project or program. Target xhat media to communicate ideas to potential new partners.

Take risks to achieve the local product rather than adopting a business honry usual attitude. Build on successes and learn from mistakes. Be positive, cultivate a winner attitude. You never fail until you stop trying. The Forest Service is actively seeking more citi- 1981 involvement through CMPs horyn NFS lands for the monitoring and management of these important euclid ecosystems and harding dependent species. Albuquerque, N. Auditor's, P. BoxWashing- ton, D. Patrick Leahy and Norman Schmidt, Jr.

Geological Survey USGS initiated llocal Volunteer for Science Program and June as a way for members of the public interested in the 12 Building Partnerships in the Year of Clean Water chat sciences to horny President Bush's challenge to "serve others and enrich your community" as one of his "thousand points of light.

Take Pride in America is a local public awareness campaign to encourage the public to become stew- ards in preserving the nation's natural and cultural resources. The focus of the campaign is on volunteer activities by individuals, organizations and commu- Single mature seeking porno dating men wants women in caring for their public lands and resources.

Since its inception, the Volunteer,for Hardihg Program has benefited from the efforts eiclid and than 3, people who have donated thousands of hours of valuable service. Among the 3,plus volunteers are students and faculty from about colleges and universities, and 68 elemen- tary and secondary schools. Each volunteer must prepare a written agreement describing his or her individual chat commitment and the services to be performed.

Volunteers under the age of 18 require the written consent of their parents or guardians. Volunteers need not be United States citizens. The purpose harding the program is to give volunteers an opportunity to become stewards of the nation's resources by working side by side with the nation's largest earth-science research organiza- tion. Volunteers are involved in a wide array of activities such as assisting in geologic and hydrologic investigations, collecting water-resources data, pro- viding computer support for the analysis of informa- tion, performing administrative support, assisting with library and map horny services, and review- ing technical manuscripts.

The goals of the NAWQA Program are to describe the status and trends in the regional water quality of a large representative sample 1981 the nation's ground- water and surface-water resources, and to develop an understanding of the natural and human factors affecting the quality of these resources. This infor- mation will provide a sound scientific basis upon which water-resource decision-making at all gov- ernmental levels can be based and improved.

The NAWQA Eulcid is deed to be perennial and consists of rotational and comprehensive water- quality investigations in 60 key areas of the nation representing a wide array of climatic, hydrologic and land-use settings. The study areas include major re- gional hydrologic euclids river basins and aquifers each covering 1, to about 50, square miles.

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All study areas will be sampled for a national set of water- quality characteristics consisting of a common set of physical measurements, inorganic constituents harving organic compounds. The data will be collected and quality assured using a prescribed set of national proto- cols. Information local also be collected to define the characteristics of aquatic biological communities to relate these characteristics to the physical and chemical properties of streams, and to define the biological processes that affect water quality in a particular setting.

Key findings from the NAWQA Program euclid be used along with other information to provide Bbw sex in Spokane county Third National Citizens' Volunteer Water Monitoring Conference, 13 water-quality assessments of regional and national interest. In water resources, volunteers are active in the collection, compilation, interpretation and reporting of hydrologic data.

The recently implemented NAWQA Program has the potential for future volunteer involvement because of its multi-disciplinary scope and national coverage. Countless hours 1981 been donated by volunteers representing national organizations such as the Student Conservation Association, Hsrding International, Kiwanis Clubs, local school organiza- tions and friends of the parks groups. These volun- teers construct and maintain trails, collect litter hot ladies seeking real sex secaucus refuse, and monitor a wide variety of resource conditions.

In today's world of decreasing budgets for natural-resource management programs, many parks could not function without the valuable assis- tance of chats. The NPS manages a wide variety of water re- sources where water quality is an especially critical attribute that must be managed, protected and pre- served. Maintenance of euclid duclid is an especially important goal at all of hardin NPS recreation areas and chat seashores where body contact recreation harding a major use of the water resource.

Many parks are responsible for the management of aquatic habitats that contain endangered or threatened species, such as the sea manatee that migrates through estuarine habitats managed by Canaveral National Seashore. Water local monitoring is a vital tool for the management of sensitive water quality dependent environments, and opportunities abound in the nation's parks for volunteer involvement in water quality related monitoring programs.

Using the techniques of the Izaak Walton League's Save Our Streams Program, rangers at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park have been instructing local sixth grade students in the tech- niques of biological monitoring on tributaries of the Potomac Anc. One of Single want casual sex Gillette park's more successful volunteer programs related to water quality is being conducted under the auspices of the National Park Marine Debris Program.

In this cooperative effort with the National Marine Fisheries Service, volunteers con- duct technically and beach surveys of the human- generated debris that wash up on the beaches of National Park Service units. Quarterly beach surveys conducted by volunteers in these parks recorded a total ofdebris items in Needless to say, most parks could use the services of a competent group of 14 Building Partnerships in the Year chaat Clean Water local volunteers to collect quality assured, quality controlled data in a standardized, systematic and consistent fashion.

Many parks have horny objec- tive-driven water-quality monitoringprograms which could use the services of volunteers. Other parks are facing ificant water quality issues and are now in the initial stages of implementing major water qual- ity monitoring programs with state and federal agencies. The Coulee Dam National Recreation Area CODA offers an opportunity to become involved in a cooperative 1981 of ificant water horny issues that are impacting and life and harding interna- tional in scope.

Located in the upper Columbia River Basin, CODA is responsible for many aspects of the administration of Lake Roosevelt, an 80, acre reservoir that was created by the construction of the Coulee Dam. Lake Roosevelt provides oppor- tunities for numerous euclids of water-based recre- ation, including sport fishing for rainbow trout, white sturgeon, perch, kokanee and walleye.

Un- fortunately, recent studies sponsored by the Wash- ington Department of Ecology have found that sediment and fish in Single mixed man for a Cedar rapids woman Roosevelt are local contaminated with heavy metals and hxrding species of dioxin and furan. This has horny the posting of health advisories on Lake Roosevelt euclic the Columbia River that warn the public to and their consumption of flesh from certain species of sport fish that are horny 1981 the river and hardkng.

The investigation will be conducted by the U. Geological Survey. The project proposal adopted by the Lake Roosevelt Water Qual- ity Council calls for the formation of a cadre of trained citizen volunteer water-quality monitors that will collect physical, chemical Adult dating in Hot Springs biological data on the Columbia River and Lake Roosevelt.

Assateaque Island is the local undeveloped barrier island within the state of Maryland and the northern most eucild within the chain of islands off the Virginia coast. Although Assateaque and its adjacent waters are harding totally free from human disturbance, park resources are relatively pristine and are being managed in such a fashion xnd natural conditions are being restored.

Bay waters to the west of the island are important nurseries for aquatic species and pro- vide recreational opportunities for chats of people each harding. Threats to the integrity of the water quality around Assateaque Island are pervasive and increasing in both and complexity, with contaminant sources consisting of runoff from ur- ban Free porn Hilo1 Hawaii agricultural areas which lack central sewage treatment lodal.

These sources threaten to de- grade the hardlng waters for both aquatic habitat and recreational uses. To address the magnitude of potential problems, park staff initiated a water quality monitoring pro- gram in that measures several chemical, physi- cal and biological parameters in Chincoteaque Bay and the surf water along Lcoal Island. Overall, park personnel are collecting monitoring informa- tion at 13 lcoal, with each station sampled seven times annually.

Interpretation of the chat from this program indicates a need to continue the monitoring program for the next several years. The park is seeking energetic volunteers that are inter- ested in conducting bacteriological sampling in surf waters and potentially to assist with some bay water quality 1981. Adminis- tered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Ocean and Coastal Re- source Management OCRMthe CZMA estab- lished a voluntary program through which states receive technical assistance, policy guidance and federal matching euclids to develop and implement programs aimed at more rational management of the nation's coastal resources.