It conducted a lake survey in 2003 to determine the overall health of the lake, and as a result, the association established a comprehensive lake-management program, including an invasive weed treatment program and a water quality monitoring program.
What does WQMP stand for?
WQMP stands for Water Quality Monitoring Program (Victoria, TX)
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We have 2 other meanings of WQMP in our Acronym Attic
- Web Quality Management
- Weld Quality Manager
- Washington Quarter Midget Association
- Water Quality Management Area (various locations)
- Water Quality Management Advisory Committee (Monroe County, New York)
- Water Quality Management District
- Water Quality Management Division
- Western Quake3 Map Depot
- Water Quality Management Office
- Water Quality Management Plan
- Water-Quality Master Plan
- Water Quality Management Report
- Water Quality Modeling System
- Worldwide Quality Management System
- Water Quality Modeling System for the Great Lakes
- Water Quality Management Zone (Manitoba, Canada)
- Water Quality Network
- Web Quality News
- Worldquest Networks, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
- Worldwide Quality Network, Inc (Camarillo, CA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He also initiated National Water Quality Monitoring Program which generate the first detailed water quality profile of Pakistan.
The group sought to monitor and measure real-time nutrient reductions at farmlands in partnership with ongoing state and federal water quality monitoring programs.
The book is aimed at researchers and graduate students working in environmental science, microbiology, engineering, and biological sciences, and those concerned with water quality monitoring programs.
Part of the funds are for carrying out a drinking water quality monitoring program.
Riverkeeper started its water quality monitoring program in 2003, selecting monitoring sites in conjunction with the state Department of Environmental Quality so it wouldn't duplicate work already being done by government agencies, Williams said.
Thirty-three years after passage of the CWA, we are still trying to patch together a nationwide ambient water quality monitoring program and develop adequate water quality standards and criteria for nutrients especially, encompassing the entire watershed, to guide work on nonpoint- (diffuse) as well as point-source pollution.
Geological Survey operates several large water quality monitoring programs across the nation.