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Donna S. Francy

Hydrologist

U.S. Geological Survey

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12201 Sunrise Valley Drive

Reston, Virginia,20192

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2 MWCD lakes part of water quality testing project - Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District

www.mwcd.org [cached]

"The Nowcast system is similar to a weather forecast except that current water-quality conditions instead of future conditions are estimated," said Donna Francy, USGS research hydrologist for the study.
"Current bacteria levels are estimated with a computer model especially calibrated for each beach, which takes into account current weather and environmental conditions." "The USGS will collect data for two years, develop mathematical models, and test a Nowcast system in 2012. If the Nowcast is successful at any of the study beaches, the system will be available to the public in 2013," said Francy. If E. coli concentrations are found to increase as rainfall or others factors increase, we will continue to collect data a second year and then develop mathematical models," said Francy.


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Donna Francy, U.S. Geological Survey


Weekly News

www.great-lakes.org [cached]

"Informed decisions can prevent beachgoers from coming into contact with contaminated water or beaches from being closed unnecessarily," said Donna Francy, USGS scientist and lead author of the report.
"We found that nowcasts were effective at the majority of beaches we tested," said Francy.


www.nwherald.com

At heavily used beaches with moderate levels of E. coli, the models work well, said Donna Francy, a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Ohio.
Expanding its use will require approval from state regulators, continued funding for monitoring and public support, she said.


Water Quality Newslinks

www.rochesterenvironment.com [cached]

"Informed decisions can prevent beachgoers from coming into contact with contaminated water or beaches from being closed unnecessarily," Donna Francy, USGS scientist and lead author of the report, said in a prepared statement.


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