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ProjectTitle
Atmospheric Integrated Research Monitoring Network (AIRMoN)
National Atmospheric Deposition Program/ National Trends Network(NADP/NTN)
Clean Air Status and Trends Network (CASTNet)
Surface Radiation Budget Network (SURFRAD)
Great Lakes Atmopsheric Mercury Assessment Project
Multistate Atmospheric Power Production Pollution Study (MAP3S)
NWS Cooperative Observer Temperature Network
NWS Cooperative Observer Precipitation Network
NWS/FAA Airways Reports
SPC Severe Convective Weather Records
USGS/IEPA Water Quality Monitoring
USGS/IEPA Water Quality Monitoring
Scour Channel Development after Spillway Failure
Circulation Patterns in the Near-Shore Region of Southern Lake Michigan
Monitoring and Evaluation of Sediment Inputs to Peoria Lake
Wolf Lake Clean Lake Project
Frank Holten State Park Lakes
Impacts of 1993 Flood on Backwater lakes
USGS /IEPA Water Quality Monitoring
Lake Sedimentation Surveys
Impact of 1993 Flood on the Quality of Water & Sediment on the IL & MS Rivers
Evaluation of Streambank Stabilization Work of Richland County
The Variation of Manning's Roughness Coefficient Against Stage
Cache River
Dewatering Well Assessment for Highway Drainage System
Sand Ridge Tracer Experiment
Organic Sampling
Sand Ridge Fish Hatcheries
Sampling Frequency
Metro East
Woodstock Needs Assessment
Assessment of Proposed Discharged of Ground Water to Surface Waters of Am. Bottoms Area of SW IL
Establishing a Protocol for Evaluating the Impact of Non-Point Source Pollution on High Quality Natural Communities
Delineation of Time-Related Capture Zones for Loves Park Wells 1 and 2
Establishing a Protocol for Evaluating the Impact of Non-Point Source Pollution on High Quality Natural Communities
Sampling Frequency for Groundwater Quality Monitoring
Agricultural Chemical Contamination of Shallow Bored and Dug Wells
Water Well Construction Reports
Illinois Water Inventory Program
Water Well Sealing Affidavits
Pilot Study: Agricultural Chemicals in Rural, Private Wells in Illinois
Educ. & Cost-Effect. Pgm. for Assess. of Nitrate & Coliform Bacteria in Rural, Private Wells in IL
Ground-Water Levels in the East Segment of Buried Mohomet Valley
Lee-Whiteside/Bureau Ground-Water Reconnaissance
Peoria-Pekin Regional Ground-Water Quality Assessment
Investigation of Water Levels & Pumpage in the Deep Bedrock Aquifers in the Chicago Region
Institutional Water Treatment Program (IWTP)
Soil Moisture Network
Illinois Climate Network (ICN)
Benchmark Sediment Monitoring Program
Watershed Monitoring of the Lake Decatur Watershed


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Watershed Monitoring of the Vermilion River Watershed
Water, Sediment, and Nutrient Budgets of Lake Springfield Watershed
Reservoir Water levels for Water and Climate Summary
McHenry County
TARP WQ
USACOE, Rock Island District, Illinois Waterway Water Quality Monitoring
Illinois River Virological Data
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago - Bridge Runs
Illinois State Water Survey: Biweekly sampling @ Peoria
Illinois Water Quality Network
MWRDGC Comprehensive Water Quality Evaluation: Study 8
MWRDGC Comprehensive Water Quality Evaluation: Study 7
MWRDGC Comprehensive Water Quality Evaluation: Study 1
Libby-Owens-Ford Company Intake
Illinois River Water Quality
NWS Cooperative Observer Hourly Precipitation Network
NMC Synoptic Weather Charts
SPC Storm Data
CO - Criteria Pollutants
O3 - Criteria Pollutants
SO2 - Criteria Pollutants
NO2 - Criteria Pollutants
Pb - Criteria Pollutants
PM10 - Criteria Pollutants
Non-criteria Pollutants - Acidic aerosols - SO4, NO3
Non-criteria Pollutants - Trace metals - As, Be, Cd, Cr, Fe, Mn, Ni, Se, V
Aerometric Information Retrieval System (AIRS)
Metro East Mass Measurements
Shallow Ground-water Monitoring
Active Ground-Water Monitoring Well Network
Inactive Ground-Water Monitoring Wells
Ground-Water/Surface Water Interactions at Sand Lake, Mason Co, IL
National Atmospheric Deposition Program/ Mercur Deposton Network (NADP/MDN)




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FundingAgency MeasureType                           dataForm DataAvail DataCharge
                                      DataDescription                                     projectURLActive        StartDate
NOAA                                  type, daily a NADP network. In addition nitrate, objectives, AIRMoN is designed magnesiu
                                                    digital database
                                                                 unrestrictedNo chargeshttp://napd.nrel.colostate.edu/NADP/ investiga
                                                                                           for WEB access, charges for special
                                                                                                        TRUE            calcium,
              Precipitation depth & AIRMoN is wet-only deposition of sulfate,to NADPchloride, orthophosphate, 1992 torequests
Federal/State                         NTN is NADP network. The objective is to measure the spatial extent and special requests.
                                                    digital      unrestrictedNo chargeshttp://nadp.nrel.colostate.edu/NADP/ variation
              Precipitation depth, type, andawet-only ion deposition.                                   TRUE            1979
                                                                                           for Web access, charges for temporal
              Various                 CASTNet objective is to assess improvements in the nation's air quality and inferred dry depos
                                                    digital      unrestrictednone                       TRUE            1987
US EPA Contractor weather parameters, surface wetness, leaf area index, air concentration measurements, overall environme
                                      Objective isdigital
                                                      longwave radiation, plus and shortwave radiation budgets for 1994 global climat
                                                                 Web accessible
                                                                             none         http://www.srrb.noaa.gov/surfrad/surfpage.htm
                                                                                                        TRUE
NOAA ARLUpward and downward short and to measure the longwaveUV-B, photosynthetically active radiation, and ancillary w use in
              Particle                Objective is and particulate trace on request? http://www.sph.umich.edu/group/eih/umaql/tensi
Univ. of Michigan and gas phase mercury, digital                 Available metals.
                                                                             none?                     FALSE            1994
                                                     to investigate the transport of and determine the sources of atmospheric mercury
                                      MAP3S' goal was deposition of ions.
                                                    digital      unrestrictednone                      FALSE            1977
U.S. DOE Precipitation type and amount, daily wetto investigate the transport, transformation, and deposition of pollutants inthe
NWS/NOAA                              Early records used max/min thermometers, most recently sites converted to-MMTs
                                                     temperature.
              Daily maximum and minimum airdigital, paper                                               TRUE            1870
                                                                 unrestrictednone to state agencies/academia; others at cost
NWS/NOAA                                            digital, paper                                      TRUE
              Daily precipitation. Standard 8-inch gage. unrestrictednone to state agencies/academia; others - at cost  1870
NOAA                                  Hourly datadigital at 1st order NWS sites.
                                                     reports     unrestrictednone to coverage of layers, air/dewpoint1948 cost
                                                                                                        TRUE             - at
              Sky condition, cloud coverage, ceiling height, cloud type/height, state agencies/academia; otherstemperature, visibil
               (formerly NSSFC) inches), wind severe unrestrictednone to state reports.
                                                    digital       wind gusts (> 50 knots) agencies/academia; others - cost
                                                                                                        TRUE
NOAA SPCTornado, hail (> 0.75 U.S. reports ofdamage,weather as defined by National Weather Service. 1955 of materials
                                      Grab sampling or instream spot monitoring Resources (free); Hydrodata's 1977 CD-ROM; ST
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 USGS Illinois by site, see Illinois River watershed, approximately 8 tim
                                                                             USGS and STORET documentation. CD-ROMs (charge
              Numerous water quality parameters that vary considerablyWater within paperDataTRUE         Reports; Hydrodata
                                      Grab sampling or instream spot monitoring Resources (free), of Illinois rivers other than Illinois
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 USGS Illinois by site, see watersheds Hydrodata's 1977 CD-ROM, ST
                                                                             USGS and STORET documentation. CD-ROM (charge)
              Numerous water quality parameters that vary considerablyWater within paperDataTRUE         Reports, Hydrodata
GC                                    Following failure
                                                    channel development. none
                                                                 spillway                              FALSE
              Cross-sectional profiles of scour paperof the unlimitedstructrure in Charleston, collected cross-sections to define patt
                                      Data collected along beach near none
                                                    digital      unlimited                             FALSE
Sea Grant Lake Michigan current measurements. spreadsheet Wilmet area using S4 current meters. Additional data availab  1990
               DENR (now DNR) sediment collected from
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 unlimited tributaries to Peoria Lake to estimate significance relative to
GC, Illinois Creek discharge and Data weretransport rates. 10 direct none                              FALSE            1989
              Lake depth, Dept Envr budget. Hammond, prepare a hydrologic (depth) map of FALSE and develop an inflow/outf
                                      Data were digital spreadsheet, none
GC USEPA, IL EPA, IN hydrologic Mgmnt, collected to IN           unlimited                              the lake        1992
              Water                   Data were digital, paper lakes in none
                                                                  3                                    FALSE
USEPA, IL EPA depth, hydrologic budget.collected onunlimited Madison County to evaluate the success 1990 rehabilitatio  of lake
                                      Data collecteddigital, GIS unrestrictednone                      FALSE
GC, IL EPALake depth and sediment chemistry.for preparing hydrographuics (water depth) maps for 4 backwater lakes. Sedim1993
                                      Grab sampling or instream spot monitoring STORET (free),FALSE other 1970 Illinois River, a
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 USGS Illinois by site, see Illinois documentation. CD-ROMs (charge)
                                                                             USGS & Resources watersheds Hydrodata CD-ROM, ST
                                                                                                         Reports,       than
              Numerous water quality parameters that vary considerablyWater within paperData Hydrodata's Most sites have limite
              Water/sediment depth, surface area, sediment characterization. processes in impoundment lakes. Some data inc
GRF/ContractVarious                                 digital, paper
                                                                 unrestrictednone
                                      Data were collected to monitor sedimentation                     FALSE            1930
                                      Samples were analyzed
                                                    digital      Data are lab and final IEPA on downloaded from 1993
                                                                             none
Illinois EPACORE 1, PEST 1, CORE 3, CORE 4, groups.by IEPAmaintained bydata wereSTORET                 FALSE            STORET database
              Cross-sectional profiles of stream channel. unrestrictedpage charges
                                                    digital, paper                                     FALSE             on a
Illinois Dept. ENR (now DNR) Data were collected to evaluate the effectiveness of bank stabilization work1990 stream sectio
              State, Center, Univ. of Illinois data were converted to calculate the available throught the Water Resources Cente
                                      Discharge paper
Water Resources discharge for various roughness settings.                                              FALSE            1993
                                                                 unrestrictednone (report corresponding roughness coefficients and test
                                      This was a comprehensive watershed published
                                                    digital, paper           none                       TRUE            1985
Illinois DOCStage, discharge, sediment concentrations. 1985-1988 datamonitoring network starting with 14 gaging stations whic
              Ground-water            pumping rates, & ground-water quality analysis from wells. TRUE
                                                    wells paper  unrestrictednone                                       1983
IL Dept. of Transportation levels, Dewatering digital,measured quarterly, observation wells have monthly recorder charts. Periodi
USEPA                                 Regular periodic measurements.
                                                     piezometers unrestrictednone                      FALSE
              Water levels measurements withdigital, paper -- depth to water, elevation of piezometric surfaces.        1982
USEPA                                 Irregular measurements.
              Ground-water levels -- depth to water.digital      unrestrictednone                      FALSE            1984
Ill DOC                               Regular periodic measurements -- 14 piezometers, 4 observation wells, 8 pumping wells.
                                                    digital, surface.
              Depth to water, elevation of piezometric paper     unrestrictednone                      FALSE            1989
USEPA                                 Regular periodic water unrestrictednonetemperature, sampling wells.
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 levels, ambient                       FALSE            1985
              Continuous data recording measuring measurements, 22 piezometers, 12atmospheric pressure, and precipitation, d
              Depth to water,         Multiple measurements
                                                    digital, surface.
                                                                 unrestrictednone
DENR (now DNR), USACE elevation of piezometric paperfrom monitoring wells.                             FALSE            1989
DENR (now DNR)                        Single measurement. unrestrictednone
                                                    digital, paper
              Ground-water levels -- depth to water, elevation of piezometric surface.                 FALSE            1991
              Numerous ground ; 38 parameters, see expanded documentation.
                                      Goodwin & digital, Inc. unrestrictedcost of collected on 5 occasions
                                                    Brom, reports
Coop Agreement with USACE watermonitoring wells, 7 surface water sites copying materialsFALSE from various subsets of mo1989
              Field pH, Eh, temperature and well records, unrestrictednone sponsor approval FALSE
IL Nature Preserves Commission                      digital, paper             with                                     1996
                                      Available conductivity. soils maps, aerial photos, topographical maps, description of land use,
               Water Dept.            well collected at Loves numericalwith PI approval
                                                    digital, data),
                                                                 unrestricted help
                                                                               model data.             FALSE            1994
Loves Park Ground-water levels, Datalocation (GPSpaperPark, IL tonone delineate time related capture zones for primary produ
              Dissolved constituents observation wells, 2unrestrictednone sponsorData collected at (from Grove
                                      10            digital, paper
                                                                 surface water flow and approval FALSE
                                                                               with                                     1995
IL Nature Preserves Commission in water samples, GPS data, streamlocations. precipitation data SpringUSGS).Fen Nature Pre
              pH, temp, USEPA-EMSL to collect benchmark water none dataset, evaluate FALSE to total-phosphorous,chl
                                      Goals:         dsvd        unrestricted, USEPA report: EPA/600/54/89/032
                                                                              quality                   methods         1986
Coop Agreement with conductivity, alkalinity,digital oxygen, ammonia,nitrate,nitrite,sulfide sulfate,ortho- &optimize sampling freq
              Depth-to-water,acifluorfen, studydigital
                                      Goal: alichlor,butylate,carboxin,chlordane,chlorpyrifos,cyanazine, diazinon,dieldrin,dinoseb,eth
                                                    magnitude unrestricted, except forchemical contamination in shallow bored & dug w
                                                                 &
Fed Grant (CSRS-USDA) via IL Groundwater Consortium extent of none                                     FALSE
                                                                             agriculural exact locations and owners 1991of wells
                                      Illinois statepaper
                                                     law requires that drillers of wells submit a Well Construction Report to Dept. of Pu
GRF/G&C Geologic materials passed through while well drilling.                                           plus 10
                                                                 unrestrictedIndustry consultants $25, TRUE cents per page
                                      Annual survey digital, paperwater supplies and major self-supplied water users in - only in
                                                                             none
GRF/G&C Point source pumpage, water use. of publicpublic water supplies - unrestricted; TRUE other data Illinois. aggrega
GRF/G&C none                                         law requires that construction contractors submit an affidavit to Dept. of Public He
                                      Illinois statepaper                                                plus 10
                                                                 unrestrictedIndustry consultants $25, TRUE cents per page
                                      agricultural for survey of agricultural except forcontamination ofand owners 1990of construction
              Data collected on 39 Conducted digital             unrestricted, chemical exact locations date & method
                                                                             none                      FALSE            of wells
                                                    chemicals and 4 well water parameters. Well depth,rural, private wells. Stratified ra
              Nitrate, total coliform Investigated nitrate and bacteria contamination & method ofFALSE Designed to provide well
                                      and E. Coli.digital
                                                       Consortiumunrestricted,depth, for in rural, private wells.
                                                                               except                    construction, 1995
Fed Grant (CSRS-USDA) via IL Groundwaterbacteria. Included wellnone dateexact locations and ownerssurrounding land use  of wells
              Primarily depths to water 20 wells at 16 sites; well logs, characterize quality, flow directions and
                                      Basic         digital      unrestrictednone                       TRUE            1994
Aquifer Assessment Program (state) in ground-water data collected to ground-waterregional nat. gamma logs. range of annual
              Primary depths state) & Pioneer H logs, ground-water characterize aquifer response to irrigation in the second l
                                      Basic ground-water
                                                     well        unrestrictednone
Aquifer Assess. Pgm. (now to water (>2000);digital data collected toquality, nat. gamma logs.           TRUE            1991
              Depths to water. ProgramPrimarily ground-water unrestricted, Research Report 124 FALSE
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 quality samples from privately-owned wells;
                                                                             none
DENR's Aquifer AssessmentChemical analyses of ground-water samples for major, secondary, and trace constituents. Some s 1989
                                      Periodic (5 years) mass measurement of water levels in deep bedrock wells over 15-county ar
                                                    digital, paper
DNR/OWR Non-pumping water levels in deep bedrock wells.                      none
                                                                 unrestricted, ISWS Circular           FALSE            1995
              Potable water -- hardness, alkalinity, 2000 potable samplescalcium, magnesium, nitrate, iron, copper, phosphate, TD
State of Illinois                                   digital - dBase
                                                                 unrestrictednone
                                       Currently over chloride, sulfate, pH, on file.                   TRUE            1982
              Soil                      10 levels from 20 paper 2 meters of depth.
                                                    digital, cm to
                                                                 unrestrictednone                       TRUE            1980
State of Illlinois moisture data forData collected twice monthly during the growing season (March to September) and once a mo
              Air                     Sensors polled by datalogger every wind speed agencies/academia; others precipitation, soil t
                                                    digital, paper
                                                                 unrestrictednone to state & hourly (daily) averages.1988 of materials
                                                                                                         solar           - cost
State of Illinois temperature, relative humidity, atmospheric pressure, 10 seconds fordirection, TRUEradiation, Precipitation & sola
IEPA, ISWS                            The data collected is instantaneous suspended sediment concentration used to calculate sedim
                                                    digital
              Instataneous suspended sediment concentration.     unrestrictednone                       TRUE            1981
              Continuous              Daily stage and streamflow weekly nitrate-N concentrationconcentrations; stage-discharging ra
                                                    and discharge, (cfs); instantaneous nitrate-N samples.
City of Decatur, Illinois streamgaging: stage digital            unrestrictednone                       TRUE            1993


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              Stream stage and discharge; nitrate-N
                                    Daily         and streamflow (cfs);
                                                               unrestrictednone                      FALSE            1994
Northern Illinois Water Corporation stage digital concentration. instantaneous nitrate-N concentrations; stage-discharge ratin
              Daily discharge,      Daily and nutrient concentrations;
                                                 digital, paperunrestrictednone                      FALSE            1985
City of Springfield, Illinois sediment, discharge (cfs) for 2 stations.TSS, phosphorous, dissolved phosphorous, nitrate, ammon
              Water level of reservoir at monthdigitalNGVD called at the end of each month for TRUE water1985
State of Illinois                                 end,         unrestrictednone
                                    Reservoir operators are 1929                                      reservoir         surface level. Tota
McHenry County                      Single measurement. unrestrictednone
                                                 digital, paper
              Ground-water levels -- depth to water, elevation of piezometric surface.               FALSE            1994
              pH, secchi, nitrogen, Water quality data BOD at 20 sites: D.O./temp atfrom funding agency
                                    temperature, digital       unrestrictednone approval 60 sites. FALSE
                                                                             with                                     1989
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. of Greater Chicago D.O.,collection and predictions of flow and water quality effects of TARP Phase I
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago monitoring awarded on solids, chlorophyll, year-to-year variation
                                    Water qualitydigital       unrestrictednone approval from funding agency
                                                                             with                    FALSE
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. D.O., alkalinity, pH, SC, nitrogen, suspendedannual basis. Some heavy metals, O&G. in data occurs
              Virus                 Virus collections on Illinois Waterway, Lockport tofrom funding agency
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. of Greater Chicago     digital                     with                    FALSE
                                                               unrestrictednone approval Peoria, twice a year.        1983
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago samples. unrestrictednone
                                    Monthly grab digital                      Phenol, O&G, trace metals, coliforms. 1973
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. D.O., BOD-5, TOC, TSS, N,P,pH,cyanide, with approval from funding agency   FALSE
              Temperature, of Greater ChicagopH, COD, alkalinity, N, with River at Peoria.
                                    Twice weekly samplingunrestrictednone approval from funding agency
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. turbidity, D.O., SS,digital                         hardness, solids.
                                                                from the Illinois                    FALSE            1965
              Temperature of Greater Chicago
                                    Monitoring digital, paper
                                                  SC, solids, unrestrictednone approval magnesium, calcium, ammonia, P, samples
                                                               alkalinity, hardness, N, S, from funding agency
                                                                             with                    FALSE            1957
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist.D.O., pH, turbidity, by the Illinois State Sanitary Board (now Illinois EPA). Number of stations,F, Fe, Mn
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago
                                    Water qualitydigital       unrestrictednone Lockport, Morris, Straved Rock, 1989
                                                                             with                    FALSE
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. D.O., pH, ammonia. in the Illinois Waterway at approval from funding agency Henry, and Peoria. Sa
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago along theunrestrictednone approval from funding agency
                                    Water TOC,   digital         pH, cyanide, phenol, O&G, trace metals, coliforms.
                                                                             with                    FALSE            1989
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. D.O., BOD-5, qualityTSS, N, P,Illinois Waterway fromt Lockport Lock & Dam to the Peoria L&D. For 1
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago
                                    Water qualitydigital       unrestrictednone Waterway System.FALSE
                                                                             with                      Samples        1989
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. D.O., pH, ammonia. in the Chicago Man-Made approval from funding agencycollected four times a m
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago from intake on Illinoissolids. near Ottawa, Illinois.
                                    Daily samples hardness,
                                                  pH,          unrestrictednoneRiver                 FALSE
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. SO4, P, Alkalinity, digital, paper turbidity, with approval from funding agency             1941
              Temperature, of Greater Chicago
                                    Samples collected twice a year. none approval from funding agency
                                                 digital       unrestricted with                     TRUE
Metrop. Water Recl. Dist. D.O., BOD-5, TOC, TSS, N, P, pH, cyanide, Phenol, O&G, trace metals, coliforms.             1983
NWS/NOAA                                         digital, paper
              Hourly precipitation. Weighing bucket raingage.                                        TRUE             1948
                                                               unrestrictednone to state agencies/academia; others - at cost
              Daily                  North America 3-h surface charts,none at studies conducted at ISWS. Produced by NMC.
                                                 microfilm unrestricted Northern Hemispheric FALSE
                                                                             use                                      1970
Various G & C weather charts. Collected during various atmospheric field ISWS facilities surface charts, 12-h Constant press
NA                                  inches), wind damage,unrestrictednone knots) agencies/academia; others - at
                                                 paper          wind weather occurrences across TRUE
              Tornado, hail (> 0.75 Summary of reported severe gusts (> 50to state reports. United States. 1959 cost
                                     criteria pollutants for compliance available from AIRS as hourly means; summarized in
                                                  concentrations
                                                               unrestrictednone                       Quality         1978
Illinois EPARoutine monitoring ofContinuous digital, paper (ppm): with National Ambient AirFALSE Standards (NAAQS).IEPA
                                     criteria pollutants for compliance with National season AirFALSE Standards (NAAQS).
                                                  concentrations
                                                               unrestrictednone                       Quality
Illinois EPARoutine monitoring ofContinuous digital, paper (ppm) during ozone Ambient(Apr-Oct): available from AIRS as hour
                                     criteria pollutants for compliance available from AIRS as hourly means; summarized in
                                                  concentrations
                                                               unrestrictednone                       Quality         1978
Illinois EPARoutine monitoring ofContinuous digital, paper (ppm): with National Ambient AirFALSE Standards (NAAQS).IEPA
                                     criteria pollutants for compliance available from AIRS as hourly means; summarized in
                                                  concentrations
                                                               unrestrictednone                       Quality         1978
Illinois EPARoutine monitoring ofContinuous digital, paper (ppm): with National Ambient AirFALSE Standards (NAAQS).IEPA
                                     criteria samples collected
                                                 digital, for compliance with National Ambient Air data (ug/m3) available from AIRS;
                                                               unrestrictednone                       Quality
Illinois EPARoutine monitoring of24-hour pollutants paper every 6th day; individual sample FALSE Standards (NAAQS).   1979
                                     criteria samples collected
                                                 digital, for compliance with National Ambient Air data (ug/m3) available from AIRS;
                                                               unrestrictednone                       Quality
Illinois EPARoutine monitoring of24-hour pollutants paper every 6th day; individual sample FALSE Standards (NAAQS).   1987
                                    24-hour samples collected every 6th day; individual method.
                                                 digital, paperunrestrictednone                      data (ug/m3) available from AIRS;
Illinois EPAMonitoring of non-criteria particular pollutants using the high volume filter sample FALSE                1978
                                    24-hour samples collected every 6th day; individual method.
                                                 digital, paperunrestrictednone                      data (ug/m3) available from AIRS;
Illinois EPAMonitoring of non-criteria particular pollutants using the high volume filter sample FALSE                1978
                                    Stations numbers vary by year. Hourly
                                                 digital       radiation (10 sites); temperature, relative totals for atmospheric pressu
                                                                                        http://epawww.ciesin.org/national.epaorg/airs.htm
                                                                                                     FALSE            1978
Illinois EPAWind speed / wind direction (24 sites); solar unrestrictednonemeans, except for hourly humidity, insolation and prece
ISWS GRF/GC                                      digital, paperunrestricted; via contract report
                                                                            none                     FALSE
              Ground-water levels. Sites numbers vary, 128 - 281, depending on year. Collected from active &1967       inactive water wells
ISWS GRF/GC                                      digital, paper with each well. Depth to water measurements
                                                                                                     TRUE             1950
              Ground-water levels Period-of-record variesunrestrictednone, except $25 for large requestsof shallow water remote
ISWS GRF/GC                                       measurements from wells throughout Illinois. Measured at different time intervals d
              Ground-water levels Water level digital          unrestrictednone                      TRUE             1923
ISWS GRF/GC                                       measurements for inactive projects and past monitoring network wells. Various m
              Ground-water levels Water level digital                                                FALSE
                                                               unrestrictednone, except $25 for large requests        1930
              Surface Res., OfficeBi-monthly water level unrestricted, ISWS contract report FALSE
                                     Water Resource paper
                                                 digital,      measurements.none                                       Some
Illinois Dept. Natural& ground-water levels. Precipitationmeasurements for 16 wells and 4 staff gages taken.1995 raingages &
Federal/State                       MDN is a NADP network. The objective is to measure the spatial distributionspecial requests
              Precipitation chemistry            digital                                 for WEB access, charges for and temporal var
                                                                                                     TRUE             1999
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EndDate            orgID
         numberStations         contactID airQuality atmospheregwQuality gwQuantityprecipQuality
                1           1            3 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      TRUE
                8           1            3 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      TRUE
                4          11           26 TRUE        FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                1           9           17 FALSE       TRUE     FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1996        1          13           12 TRUE        FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1991        1           9           29 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      TRUE
              207           8           15 FALSE       TRUE     FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
              404           8           15 FALSE       TRUE     FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                7           8           25 FALSE       TRUE     FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                            4            8 FALSE       TRUE     FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                87                          FALSE      FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                87                          FALSE      FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                            4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1990         2          4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1991        10          4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1995         1          4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1992         3          4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1995         4          4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1980        30                          FALSE      FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                            4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1994         8                          FALSE      FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1991         1          4            6 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
    1993                   15            2 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                14          4           22 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE     FALSE      FALSE
                63          4            7 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
    1983        16          4           24 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1984        10          4           24 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1991        26          4           24 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
    1988        34          4           24 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1992        38          4           24 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
    1991       150          4           24 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
    1991        45          4           24 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1996        12          4           27 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1996         9          4            4 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
    1996        12          4           27 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1987        12          4           16 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
    1994       150          4           16 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
                            4           21 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
              2500          4           18 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
                            4           21 FALSE       FALSE    FALSE      TRUE      FALSE
    1991       240          4           16 FALSE       FALSE     TRUE     FALSE      FALSE
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