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The New Manual on Monitoring Water in Indiana: How You Can Use It to Make Choices

Aired: February 29, 2012 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EST

This webinar coincides with the release of the new publication, "Monitoring Water in Indiana: Choices for Nonpoint Source and Other Watershed Projects", the result of a process that started with an Expert Panel, and proceeded through several  rounds of review. The purpose of the manual is
to provide information to help watershed groups develop a monitoring strategy to obtain useful information with limited resources. The webinar will introduce the most important sections of the manual, by going through examples of a few parameters, tips for selecting monitoring sites, and estimating costs.


Jane Frankenberger


Meet the Presenter:

Jane Frankenberger, Purdue University


Jane Frankenberger is a Professor in Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University. Jane is responsible for the Purdue Extension program in soil and water engineering and water management and currently serves as the Extension Water Quality Engineer and Project Director of the Indiana Watershed Leadership Academy.



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