The Illustrated Field Deployment Guide for Rivers and Streams

References

The outline and basic information in the illustrated deployment guide are from:

Additional information is available from a variety of sources, including those listed here:

  • Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council, 2000, Australian Guidelines For Water Quality Monitoring And Reporting. Australian Water Assoc.
  • Cassidy, Michael, 2003, Waterwatch Tasmania Reference Manual: A guide for community water quality monitoring groups in Tasmania. Waterwatch Australia.
  • Cavanagh, N., R.N. Nordin, L.W. Pommen and L.G. Swain. 1998. Guidelines for Designing and Implementing a Water Quality Monitoring Program in British Columbia. Ministry Of Environment, Lands And Parks. Province of British Columbia.
  • Harmanciogammalu, N.B., Fistikoglu, O., Ozkul, S.D., Singh, V.P., and Alpaslan, M.N., 1999, Water Quality Monitoring Network Design. Water Science and Technology Library. Springer.
  • Miles, E.J., 2008, The SSC cycle: a PDCA approach to address sitespecific characteristics in a continuous shallow water quality monitoring project. Journal of Environmental Monitoring:10, 604 – 611. DOI: 10.1039/b717406c.
  • _____, 2009, Guidelines Shallow Water Quality Monitoring, Continuous Monitoring Station: Selection, Assembly & Construction, Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
  • Richards, R.P., 1990, Measures of flow variability and a new flow-based classification of Great Lakes tributaries. Journal of Great Lakes Research 16:53-70.
  • Stanczak, Marianne, 2004, Biofouling: It’s Not Just Barnacles Anymore. The Hot Topic Series. CSA Illumina. www.csa.com
  • Su-Young Park, Jung Hyun Choi, Sookyun Wang and Seok Soon Park. 2006. Design of a water quality monitoring network in a large river system using the genetic algorithm. Ecological Modeling. Vol 199, Is 3, Pages 289-297.
  • U.S. Geological Survey, 2004, National Field Manual for the Collection of Water-Quality Data. Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations. Book 9. Handbooks for Water-Resources Investigations. Water Resources-Office of Water Quality.
  • Ward, R.C., and Peters, C.A., eds., 2003, Seeking a Common Framework for Water Quality Monitoring: Water Resources IMPACT, American Water Resources Association (AWRA), v. 5, no. 5. (http://acwi.gov/ methods/pubs/over_pubs/mtmpaperb.htm)
  • White, Ted, 1999, Automated Water Quality Monitoring: Field Manual. Prepared for: Ministry of Environment Lands, and Parks. Water Management Branch for the Aquatic Inventory Task Force. Resources Inventory Cmte. The Province of British Columbia.
  • Wilde, F.D., ed., 2006, Collection of Water Samples (ver. 2.0): U.S. Geological Survey Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations Book 9, Chap. A4.

 


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