O&M Water Quality
Taking Care of Business
- SWP WQ News & Updates
- CA Data Exchange Center (CDEC)
- Water Data Library (WDL)
- Division of Environmental Services, Municiple Water Quality Investigations, Delta Water Quality Monitoring
- CA Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS)
- Interagency Ecological Program (IEP)
- O&M WQ Publications
Department of Water Resources
Division of Operations Maintenance
Water Quality Section
1416 9th Street, Room 620
Sacramento, CA 95814
P. O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236
Datalogger Upgrade Project
DWR’s Division of Operations and Maintenance (O&M) currently maintains 16 automated water quality monitoring stations located throughout the SWP. Several of these autostations contained outdated dataloggers that did not allow for data automation, easy programming, or functional expandability.
As of November 2016, the O&M Water Quality Section replaced the last of the outdated dataloggers. All 16 autostation dataloggers now provide automatic QA/QC'd data uploads to the public via California's online environmental database, CDEC, thus allowing many state water contractors, stakeholders, and interested parties access to the SWP O&M Water Quality data any time.
Data Archive Project
O&M's water quality lab data from 4/3/1962 to 4/15/1998 has been added to the Water Data Library (WDL) website. This long-term data archive project involved the review of over 9,000 hard copy field data sheets and data entry and verification prior to uploading the data into the WDL in the fall of 2013. The data ranges across many constituents and locations throughout the SWP.
O&M water quality reports may be found through the DWR Publications web page. From the Publications page, click the "Publications & Video Repository" link, then choose the topic "Water Quality" for a listing of publications.
Aquatic Weed and Algae Control in the SWP
DWR will begin applying copper compounds in late March 2016/early April 2016. More information on this program may be found on the O&M Water Quality web page.
Check back for information on the 2017 treatment season as it becomes available.
South Old River Salinity Transect Study published September 21, 2012. Click here to access the report.
For other reports, Contact Us.