What am I looking at?

The Data Table lists all the Colorado Water Watch monitoring stations and contains the station name, a brief description of the station, last sensor reading time, a picture of the site and a color-coded status display that corresponds to the status of the real time groundwater quality of that respective site.

How do I use this?

Select a station on the table to be directed to a web-page containing the detailed real-time water quality data of that respective site.

What does this information mean?

The color-coded status display corresponds to the status of the real time groundwater quality of that respective site. A green status display means that the groundwater quality is normal or that no anomalies/changes have been detected. A yellow or red status display means that an anomaly has been detected and that something has changed in the groundwater quality since it was last tested. The real time data is analyzed by an anomaly detection system (Canary, developed by USEPA); and any change detected by the system triggers the color of the status display to change to either yellow or red, based on the intensity of detection.

For more information about the anomaly detection system, please visit here

For more details about the anomaly detection system, please visit here