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EPA's STORET User Support has established this site to provide convenient links to Internet sites which STORET users may find useful or informative. These links are provided as a service to visitors to the EPA Web site. The U.S. EPA is not associated with or responsible for the content of these sites. The Standards of Ethical Conduct do not permit the U.S. EPA to endorse any private sector Web site, product, or service. The U.S. EPA does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations.


Your link can be posted here!

If you would like to see a link here to your web site, send us your URL, together with a description of typical content on your site, using the E-mail facility near the bottom this page. If we agree that your site provides material of general interest to the STORET community, we will add it to our list of links. Data owners who operate local copies of STORET may be interested in our list of useful applications that users have developed.

Link to EPA EnviroMapper for WATERS Web Site

EnviroMapper for Water
A map-based query tool with access to Legacy and Modern STORET sampling stations. Using this tool, you can zoom in on any area of the United States, and examine the map for locations of streams, roads, political boundaries, and other features. You can add Legacy or Modern STORET water quality monitoring stations to the map, and select them for downloading data.

Link to EPA Window to My Environment Web Site

Window to My Environment
"Window To My Environment" (WME) is a powerful map-based tool that provides a wide range of federal, state, and local information about environmental conditions and features in an area of your choice. This application is provided by U.S. EPA in partnership with federal, state and local government and other organizations. STORET Station Locations and USGS Monitoring sites may be displayed on these maps, and linked through to available data.

Link to EPA Substance Registry System SRS

EPA Substance Registry System - SRS
The EPA Substance Registry System (SRS) is a database of names and codes used within EPA and in STORET to represent chemical and biological substances and physical properties of interest to EPA and its partners. Looking for information about a substance? Search by CAS Number, Name, Taxonomic Serial Number, Molecular Formula, Chemical Type, Definition, or Alternate Identifier.

Link to National Hydrography Dataset

National Hydrography Dataset Exit EPA Disclaimer
The National Hydrography Dataset is a geospatial database that interconnects and uniquely identifies the "reaches" that comprise the nation's surface water drainage system. It is based upon the content of the USGS DLG integrated with reach-related information from the EPA RF3.

Link to USGS NWIS Data Site

USGS - National Water Information System - NWIS Exit EPA Disclaimer
Access to water-resources data collected at approximately 1.5 million sites in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

Link to USGS NWIS Data Field/lab Samples Site

USGS - National Water Information System - NWIS Download Data Exit EPA Disclaimer
Access to water-resources data collected at approximately 1.5 million sites in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Over (371,126 sites) Field/lab Samples

Link to USGS NAWQA Data Site

USGS - National Water Quality Assessment Data Warehouse Exit EPA Disclaimer
Access to chemical, biological, and physical water quality data from 42 study units (basins) across the nation.

Link to USGS NASQAN Network Site

USGS - National Stream Quality Assessment Network Exit EPA Disclaimer
The National Stream Quality Accounting Network, focused on monitoring the water quality of four of the Nation's largest river systems-- the Mississippi (including the Missouri and Ohio), the Columbia, the Colorado, and the Rio Grande.

Link to ITIS Taxonomic Names Database

Integrated Taxonomic Information System - ITIS Exit EPA Disclaimer
The Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) is a partnership of U.S., Canadian, and Mexican agencies, other organizations, and taxonomic specialists cooperating on the development of an on-line, scientifically credible, list of biological names focusing on the biota of North America.

Link to Species 2000 website

Catalogue of Life - ITIS and Species 2000 Exit EPA Disclaimer
The Catalogue is published as two products:
Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: Annual Checklist
The Annual Checklist is published each year as a fixed edition.
Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: Dynamic Checklist
The Dynamic Checklist is real time access to the Species 2000 array of 26 online taxonomic databases, less extensive than the Annual Checklist.

Link to Surf Your Watershed

Surf Your Watershed
Locate Your Watershed and find Watershed Health Information about a place of interest. Watersheds are based on the Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) scheme developed by the United States Geological Survey, and provide coverage of the continental United States only.

 

 
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