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DRBC publishes new online interactive maps


November 13, 2013

WEST TRENTON, NJ — The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) recently announced the release of two new interactive maps on its website that allow the public to access select commission-docket and permit-holder information, as well as certain data from non-tidal Delaware River Basin water quality monitoring locations.

The docket and permit-holder information map shows the location of projects having current approval from DRBC, or those currently engaged in the renewal process. When a project is selected on the map, a pop-up menu provides a list of key attributes and a link to view the DRBC approval document. Projects approved since January 1, 2005 are available for display on the map.

The water quality monitoring map provides the user with an image of the selected monitoring site (if available) and a link to view a time-series analysis of the monitored parameters. The currently available water quality data are specific conductance results from six real-time HOBO® monitors deployed in the Upper Delaware River Basin and barium and strontium data for samples taken from various locations in the non-tidal watershed.

Visit the DRBC website at www.drbc.net to access the new interactive maps.