Tributary Program

Photo of a senior environmental technician monitoring the water quality of St. Johns River tributaries.Click on any of the links below for more information.

The Tributary Program, as the name implies, focuses on the monitoring of water quality in the tributaries of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville.

Approximately 100 sites (photographs available) along Jacksonville tributaries are monitored quarterly for a variety of parameters. The tributaries provide significant littoral zone habitat for a variety of species and are extremely important to the ecology of the St. Johns River estuary system. Pollution impacts in the tributaries can be pronounced, since they have a smaller dilution potential than larger water bodies. Two important water quality parameters measured by AWQS at the tributary monitoring sites are dissolved oxygen and fecal coliform bacteria.

Sample Stations
Maps
Recent Water Quality Data (Jan. - Mar 2009) (PDF 113KB)

Selected Water Quality Charts
 

For more information contact:

Ambient Water Quality Section
Environmental Quality Division
214 N. Hogan Street - 5th floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 255-7100

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