The map links below provide the user with surface water quality assessment information found in the Integrated Report of Surface Water Quality. These pages each have an embedded map (similar to Google Maps) capable of showing stream-segment level assessment information. No special software is needed although the map will perform better with the latest version browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer 9 or later, Mozilla Firefox version 40.0.1, Google Chrome). Maps were split into major pollution-type groupings to avoid having an abundance of overlapping assessment information. The data shown via the links below is the most current information, displaying IR assessment information from Maryland's EPA-Approved 2014 Integrated Report of Surface Water Quality.
Also included, at the bottom of the page, is a link allowing users can download the latest Integrated Report geodatabase (ESRI ArcGIS format).
Click here to return to the Water Quality Mapping Center.
Click here to return to the Integrated Report main page.
New Integrated Report Water Quality Map! - This map allows users to view layers for all pollutants on one map. It also allows the user to add other layers, view information in tabular form, and export assessment information to a spreadsheet.
Download MD's 2014 Integrated Report Relational Geodatabase
This geodatabase contains water quality assessment information from the 2014 Integrated Report organized in a relational geodatabase. Click the "Download..." link above for a zip file which includes the following water bodies/assessment scales:
Download MD's 2014 Integrated Report Individual Water body-Pollutant Layers
This geodatabase has all of the same water quality assessment information that the geodatabase above contains, however; instead of being a relational geodatabase, it contains pre-made layers each depicting a single water body-pollutant combination (e.g. impoundments assessed for sediments). Click the "Download..." link above for a zip file which includes this information.
For questions or comments concerning this page please contact Matthew Stover at Matthew.Stover@maryland.gov or 410-537-3611.
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