Links to Other Web Sites
- State Water Resources Control Board
- Regional Water Quality Control Boards
- California Environmental Protection Agency
- Internet Guide to Watershed Related Web Sites
- Small Public Water Systems Technology Assistance via the California State University, Sacramento, Office of Water Programs Web Site
- Water Quality Information
- Water Words A compilation of technical water, water quality, environmental, and water-related terms
- Other Related Links via the State Water Resources Control Board Web Site
- PDF Format
Files in PDF format may be viewed and printed using Adobe Reader software, available free from Adobe's web site at: http://www.adobe.com. Once there, click on the "Get Adobe Reader" icon. A complete hard copy of the document may be obtained by downloading and printing all pages of the PDF file. The printed report will look the same as the original, regardless of computer platform, installed fonts, or printer configuration.
- MOV Format
MOV video file is a common multimedia format often used for saving movies and other video files, using a proprietary compression algorithm developed by Apple Computer, compatible with both Macintosh and Windows platforms. The format specifies a multimedia container file that contains one or more tracks, each of which stores a particular type of data: audio, video, effects, or text (e.g. for subtitles).
- MPEG Format
On the Web, MPEG Video files have the extension .mpg and MPEG Audio files generally have the extension .mp2 or .mp3. In order to play MPEG Video files or MPEG Audio, you should install an MPEG video player and an MPEG Audio Player on your system. Please see the following website for more information: http://www.mpeg.org/.
- ZIP Archive The files contained in a ZIP format archive may be downloaded and then decompressed
with software available on the Internet at either of the following sites:
Video files may be played using QuickTime software, available free from Apple's web site at:
http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/win.html (for Windows)
Macintosh OS includes QuickTime software; no download necessary.
- JPG and BMP - Saving An Image
- Open/View the image that you want to save using your web browser.
- Right-click the image, and scroll down to "Save Picture As" or "Save Image As"
- When the dialog box appears, you can change the file name by entering a new name.
(Make sure to leave the appropriate suffix at the end of the name (.jpg, .bmp, etc.))
- Navigate to the correct folder by clicking on the "Save In" box and choosing the correct folder.