Location: Camp Jacob, 221 Woodacre Dr., Wimberley, TX
Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Please bring a sack lunch. A portion of the class will be outside and participants might get wet, so dress appropriately. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend - space is limited.
Core Water Quality Monitoring involves performing tests for water temperature, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, pH, water clarity, total depth, as well as conducting various field observations. The training strategy is set up in three phases.
Phase I of the training is a hands-on instructional session covering monitoring methods in a classroom setting and takes approximately 3 hours. Phase II training provides the trainees with the opportunity to conduct the monitoring procedures in the field and takes approximately 2 hours. In Phase III training the trainee(s) conduct the tests and completes the monitoring form with little guidance from the Trainer. This session usually takes approximately 2 hours. When the Trainer believes each trainee has successfully completed the three training phases the trainee is then considered a Texas Stream Team Certified Water Quality Monitor.
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