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HRECOS Highlight 2/25/2011

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A new HRECOS station has been installed in the Albany Pool. The station monitors water quality parameters including dissolved oxygen, depth, and conductivity. It also monitors weather conditions including air temperature, dew point, and wind speed. The Albany Pool communities have 92 combined sewer overflows (CSOs) that discharge to the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers. This new station will allow regulators to monitor the impact of these CSOs on river conditions. Hudson River Pilots navigating to the Port of Albany will also benefit from this station. Dew Point values will help predict fog conditions and water depth measurements will help pilots to navigate and dock in this shallow section of the river.

 

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Select "Current Conditions" in the menu above to view data from the new Port of Albany station.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 March 2011 14:34