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Watershed Monitoring: An Overview of IDEM's Monitoring Programs to Assess the Quality of Indiana's Surface Streams


Aired: December 11, 2013 from noon to 1pm Eastern

Stacey Sobat will discuss how the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) uses various watershed monitoring efforts to provide an assessment of designated uses for Indiana rivers, lakes, and streams.

 

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Stacey Sobat

Meet the Presenter:

Stacey Sobat, Chief, Probabilistic Monitoring Section, Indiana Department of Environmental Management

Stacey is the Section Chief for the Probabilistic Monitoring Program in IDEM’s Office of Water Quality.  She has been involved with the Program for 14 years collecting mostly fish community and habitat data (photo - this Flathead Catfish was captured in 2008 on the Wabash River near Logansport).


 

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