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TODAY






WATERSHEDS - 7/4 to 7/10
With the Flow
Watershed report for week of July 4 to July 10, 2022.

The Watershed Report contains all the information on the watersheds, including, flows, spills, impaired water bodies, and Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS). There are also separate reports for spills and HABs on the right of the map.
Previous Reports


HAZARDOUS SPILLS
Spills reported by the NY Department of Environmental Conservation beween June 24 and June 28.
There were a total of 120 spills during this period, 78 of which were in the Central Region. The largest spill was also in the Central Region in the Lower Hudson River Watershed, where equipment failure caused 1000 gallons of dielectric fluid to be spilled in Mt Vernon.
Report ➤


HABS - 7/4 to 7/10
Harmful Algal Blooms report for week of July 4 to July 10, 2022.
There were 56 HABs reported across the stat41 of which are in the Central Region. As in previous years, the most widespread algal blooms at this time of year are in New York City and Long Island in the Atlantic Ocean/Long Island Sound Watershed. There were also 17 in the Lower Hudson River Watershed.
Report ➤

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TODAY BWAs HABs Watersheds Counties

Western New York Finger Lakes Southern Tier Central New York North Country Mohawk Valley Capital District Hudson Valley New York City Long Island

WATERSHEDS

Complete data on NY watersheds, including population, rivers, streams, reservoirs, regulators and community water systems. Click on links below.

Watersheds Basics   All Regions   Northwest    Southwest   Central   Northeast

IMPAIRED WATERS
Interview with with Riverkeeper Program Director, Dan Shapley
On the 50th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act, reacting to the Draft 2020-2022 Impaired Waters List

2022 Revised List of Impaired Water Bodies









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