Volunteers who monitor water quality at oyster restoration sites can follow the link below to enter data they collect in the field into an on-line database.
Volunteers have been monitoring physical characteristics of the reefs, bank erosion, water quality, boat traffic, recruitment of spat, and survival and growth of juvenile oysters. This information helps scientists to understand how and why oyster reefs form and survive, and to evaluate the restoration techniques used. So, how are the sites doing so far? Follow the links below to view the data for a particular reef site or to compare data from multiple sites.