Integrated Water Quality Report - 2016
Using the Lists
The lists are long so they can be difficult to use. As a result, the use of the
Integrated Report Viewer is recommended. If you require additional water resource data and information the use of eMapPA on the department's website is recommended. The site provides the user with an interactive map making it easier to find waterbodies and geographic areas of interest. For instructions on how to extract water quality data and resources from eMapPA, view our demonstration video. In addition, the data layers used to create the Integrated Report can be downloaded from the
PASDA website. The streams are available as geodatabases with the attaining streams in the Integrated List Attaining data set and the impaired streams in the Integrated List Nonattaining data set.
To find records in the lists, use the Adobe Acrobat "find" function. For example, search on a stream name. However, some common stream names such as Pine Creek may appear many times so again the Integrated Report Viewer is recommended in such cases. The best way to find a specific entry on the lists is to first locate the waterbody on the Integrated Report Viewer and note the Assessment ID in the data table window. Type this Assessment ID into the appropriate list's Adobe Acrobat "find" command and it will jump to the record of interest.
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When commenting to the department on a record, please include the assessment-ID as this uniquely identifies the data record.
For questions or general assistance with the Integrated Report please contact the Division of Water Quality Standards at 717-787-9637 or send email to RAfirstname.lastname@example.org.