Datasets

Data Availability Name Description Objective Dates
DownloadableRoeliff Jansen Kill Water Quality DataThe Roe Jan Watershed Community (RJWC) began monitoring the Roeliff Jansen Kill for Enterococcus, a sewage-indicating bacteria, ​​​in May 2016. As of 2017, RJWC members sample at 16 points in the Roe Jan, its tributaries, and the nearby Hudson from October to May. Entero samples are processed at the Bard Water Lab, which also records temperature and conductivity data collected by RJWC volunteers while sampling.Water chemistry monitoring on the Roeliff Jansen Kill.2016-05-21 (ongoing)
DownloadableSaw Kill Land Cover DataThis dataset contains land cover data for the sub-basins that make up the Saw Kill Tributary. These land covers are based on calculations from 2011.2011-01-01 (ongoing)
DownloadableSaw Kill Sub-basin Monitoring DataThis dataset contains a master data sheet of all monitoring metrics that were collected for each of the sub-basins that make up the Saw Kill tributary. These metrics range water chemistry and land cover to total coliforms.1975-12-07 (ongoing)
DownloadableSaw Kill Tributary Water Nutrients DataEach month, student volunteers and members of the Saw Kill Watershed Community collect samples from 14 sites along the Saw Kill. The Bard Water Lab analyzes these samples for various water nutrient metrics including (Ammonium, Calcium, Chloride, Magnesium, Nitrate, Phosphate, Sodium, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus).2017-02-10 (ongoing)
DownloadableSaw Kill Tributary Water Quality Data Each month, student volunteers and members of the Saw Kill Watershed Community collect samples from 14 sites along the Saw Kill. The Bard Water Lab then analyzes the samples for sewage-indicating bacteria, turbidity, chlorophyll a, colored dissolved organic material (CDOM), phycocyanin, and optical brighteners (OB). The lab also records the temperature and conductivity data that volunteers collect while sampling.Monthly monitoring of water chemistry metrics on the Saw Kill tributary.2015-07-15 (ongoing)