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Cristina Grosso, John Ross, Don Yee, Sarah Lowe Amy Franz, Pedrag Stevanovic, Jennifer Hunt Upload RMP analytical results from laboratories into the relational.

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1 Cristina Grosso, John Ross, Don Yee, Sarah Lowe Amy Franz, Pedrag Stevanovic, Jennifer Hunt Upload RMP analytical results from laboratories into the relational database format and continue to QA/QC these data Completed phase I of getting the labs to submit data in new standardized reporting formats. 2005: RMP Data Management

2 Maintain public access of RMP data through our Web Query Tool

3 2006: Data Management Upload RMP analytical results from laboratories into the SWAMP comparable relational database and continue to QA/QC these data; Redesign the web-based data access tool to interface with the new relational database format. Continue with developing a tool for Status & Trends laboratories to submit electronic data via the web; Develop tools to increase the efficiency of data review; Upload select datasets from RMP Pilot & Special Studies (or other studies) into the RMP SWAMP comparable relational database so that the data could be downloaded using the data access tool.

4 2005: RMP Website

5 2005: RMP Website – Program information

6 2005: RMP Website - Data Access Download data Get maps Get site locations

7 2006: RMP Website - Plans Website maintenance and updates in 2006

8 2005: Status and Trends Monitoring Successful sampling season Contracts came in on budget W=4 S=8 W=6 S=8 W=4 S=8 W=10 S=8 W=4 S=8 Rivers Suisun San Pablo Bay Central Bay South Bay Lower South Bay Number of S A M P L E S Water:31 total Sediment:47 total = Historical fixed station W=4 S=8 W=6 S=8 W=4 S=8 W=10 S=8 W=4 S=8 Rivers Suisun San Pablo Bay Central Bay South Bay Lower South Bay Number of S A M P L E S Water:31 total Sediment:47 total W=4 S=8 W=5 S=8 W=4 S=8 W=9 S=8 W=4 S=8 Rivers Suisun San Pablo Bay Central Bay South Bay Lower South Bay Rivers Suisun San Pablo Bay Central Bay South Bay Lower South Bay Number of S A M P L E S Water:31 total Sediment:47 total = Historical fixed station = Historical fixed station

9 2005: Status and Trends Monitoring WATER SAMPLING July sites (5 historic RMP) Backup site Target site

10 2005: Status and Trends Monitoring SEDIMENT SAMPLING July/August sites (7 historic RMP) Sediment organics analyses by High Resolution Mass Spectrometer Backup site Target site

11 2005: Status and Trends Monitoring BIVALVE BIOACCUMULATION SAMPLING June - Sept sites (all historical RMP) Deployed Mytilus (9 sites) Trawled for Corbicula Analyzed for organics (including PBDEs)

12 2006: Status and Trends Monitoring Water, Sediment, and Bivalve Bioaccumulation sampling (same effort as in 2005) New WATER Chemistry Drop Dissolved Organic Contaminants in Water (this year) WATER Toxicity Scheduled Every 5-years

13 Estuary Tributaries Suisun Creek Napa River Petaluma River San Lorenzo Creek Coyote Creek Note: Site locations are not accurately placed on this map. San Mateo Creek REVIEW SEDIMENT INVESTIGATION IN THE TRIBUTARIES Nov & April ( ) Six Tributaries, two locations ea., two sampling events. Sediment Toxicity-two amphipods (Hyalella (FW) + Eohaustorius (Est.)) Sediment chemistry at upstream sites and toxic downstream sites (RMP analyte list + pyrethroids) Water Toxicity Sampling (April only) Five Tributaries Ceriodaphnia, Americamysis, Menidia Diazinon & Chlorpyrifos 2005 S&T: Episodic Toxicity Monitoring & PRISM

14 November Sampling (Nov. 1 st – 4 th )

15 April Sampling (Apr. 18 th – 20 th )

16 Sampled Tributaries Suisun Creek Napa River Petaluma River San Lorenzo Creek Coyote Creek Note: Site locations are not accurately placed on this map. San Mateo Creek November Preliminary Results – Sediment Toxicity Sampled Tributaries Suisun Creek Napa River Petaluma River San Lorenzo Creek Coyote Creek Note: Site locations are not accurately placed on this map. San Mateo Creek April

17 Preliminary Results – Sediment Chemistry

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20 2006 Proposal: Episodic Toxicity Monitoring Water Board priority to investigate the causes of the persistent sediment toxicity observed in the Estuary Focus on locations which have been shown to be toxic and work to investigate the potential causes. A workgroup will convene in the spring of 2006 to begin planning the detailed workplan Sampling will occur in the wet season of next year (Nov 06 – Apr 07) timing will allow for coordination with other RMP projects (EEPS).

21 Sample Water and Sediment twice & archive sediments Test for toxicity and water/sediment quality if toxic sediments if really toxic sediments then add Resample to investigate duration of toxicity Perform sediment chemistry (RMP list + pyrethroids) Resample to perform sediment TIEs 2006 Proposal: Episodic Toxicity Monitoring Focus on a couple tributaries known to be toxic


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