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Introduction to National Environmental Methods Index (NEMI)

  • 16 Jun 2011
  • 2:30 PM
  • Virtual
WEB SEMINAR for State, Regional, and Tribal Water Monitoring Councils, Partnerships, and Alliances


"Introduction to National Environmental Methods Index (NEMI)"

WebinarJune 16 2011 - NEMI.pdf

Featuring a presentation by Dan Sullivan, U.S. Geological Survey

Sponsored by the California Water Quality Monitoring Collaboration Network in partnership with the National Water Quality Monitoring Council

Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. EDT (11:30 a.m. PDT)


Call-in toll-free number: 1-866-761-8603
Call-in number: 1-517-652-7895
Attendee access code: 509 515 4

WebEx information:
https://waterboards.webex.com/waterboards/j.php?ED=142166987&UID=0&PW=NOTk3ZDRjNDdi&RT=MiM0
Meeting Password: wqmwebinar

The webinar is free and no pre-registration is required


About this Webinar:

Every year, U.S. federal and state government agencies, industrial entities, academic researchers, and private organizations expend enormous amounts of time and money to monitor, protect, and restore water resources and watersheds. The selection of appropriate analytical methods is a critical part of planning for monitoring projects and can be a complex project in itself.

First launched in 2002, the National Environmental Methods Index (NEMI) is an online database (http://www.nemi.gov) of method summaries that includes basic information to compare one method with another for the purpose of method selection. NEMI has been updated over the years and recent projects include the addition of a web portal to include sensors information from NOAA's Alliance for Coastal Technologies database.

For additional details, please contact: Erick Burres at eburres@waterboards.ca.gov or (213) 576-6788 (desk) or 213) 712-6862 (cell).

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