Kitsap County annual BEACH report
We sampled 12 beaches in Kitsap County in the summer of 2020.
King County annual BEACH report
We sampled 10 beaches in King County for bacteria in the summer of 2020.
Jefferson County annual BEACH report
Learn about the four beaches sampled for bacteria in Jefferson County in the summer of 2020.
Island County annual BEACH report
Learn about the three beaches sampled for bacteria in Island County in the summer of 2020.
Grays Harbor County BEACH report
Learn about beaches sampled for bacteria levels in Grays Harbor County in the summer of 2020.
Clallam County annual BEACH report
Learn about bacteria results at Clallam County beaches sampled in the summer of 2020.
Whatcom County annual BEACH report
We sampled five beaches in Whatcom County for bacteria in the summer of 2020.
Thurston County annual BEACH report
We sampled two beaches in Thurston County for bacteria in the summer of 2020.
Snohomish County annual BEACH report
We sampled six beaches in Snohomish County for bacteria in the summer of 2019.
Skagit County annual BEACH report
We sampled Bay View State Park beach in Skagit County in the summer of 2020.
Pierce County annual BEACH report
We sampled nine beaches in Pierce County for bacteria in the summer of 2020.
Mason County annual BEACH report
We sampled three beaches in Mason County for bacteria in the summer of 2020.
Freshwater fish contaminant monitoring
We analyze freshwater fish for various toxic chemicals.
Monitoring watersheds for salmonids
Does salmon habitat restoration work? Our Intensively Monitored Watersheds program aims to find out.
EIM submit data
Ecology partners, submit your environmental monitoring data to EIM online. View on a large screen for best results.
MyEIM is an advanced tool for searching and analyzing EIM data and is best viewed on a large screen.
Modeling the environment
Computer models mathematically represent part of the environment to predict potential changes.
Monitoring for lead in lakes & streams
We monitor temporal changes in the lead levels of rivers and streams in the state.
Mercury in fish tissue
We monitor mercury levels in freshwater fish throughout Washington.
Contaminants in lake sediment cores
We age-date sediment cores from three lakes per year to assess contaminant deposition trends.