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SPoT Fact Sheets and Reports

Title Fact Sheets Reports
Spatial and Temporal Trends in Toxicity and Chemical Contamination Relative to Land Use in California Watersheds: Ten Year Trends 2008-2017 Accessible Accessible
Spatial and Temporal Trends in Toxicity and Chemical Contamination Relative to Land Use in California Watersheds: Seven-Year Trends 2008-2014 Original | Accessible Original | Accessible
Trends in Chemical Contamination, Toxicity and Land Use in California Watersheds: Five-Year Trends 2008-2012 Original | Accessible Original | Accessible
Initial Trends in Chemical Contamination, Toxicity and Land Use in California Watersheds: Field Years 2009-2010 | Appendices Original | Accessible Original | Accessible
Statewide Perspective on Chemicals of Concern and Connections between Stream Water Quality and Land Use: Field Year 2008 | Appendices Original | Accessible Original | Accessible
SWAMP Statewide Stream Contaminant Trend Monitoring at Integrator Sites: July 2008 Original | Accessible

Additional Documents

Toxicity Work Group Recommendation for Evaluating Toxicity Data from Tests Conducted at a Non-Standard Test Temperature: March 2016 | Accessible Version

The purpose of this memo is to provide guidance for data users as SPoT and other SWAMP monitoring programs continue to utilize low temperature test methods. The initial focus is on data generated for tests with H. azteca, but the principles apply to tests with other standard test organisms as well.


Updated recommendations for monitoring current-use pesticide toxicity in water and sediment in the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program: September 2015 | Accessible Version

This technical memo explains SWAMP's recommendations for choosing appropriate species and tests to monitor for current-use pesticides in urban and agricultural settings.


SPoT Quality Assurance Project Plan: August 2019

This document details the quality assurance, quality control, and other technical activities necessary to ensure that the work performed satisfies SPoT’s performance criteria.