Data Management Forms and References for Monitoring Surface Water Quality
The most recent versions of forms related to data management are available for download below.
Under the name of each form provided, there is a link to the relevant section of the Data Management Reference Guide, where you can find tips and instructions for completing and submitting the forms. Under each form listing, you will also find the name of the staff member who is best able to provide information about that particular form.
DM&A encourages users to submit forms and requests by e-mail when possible. This reduces paper usage and eliminates mailing delays.
Forms and References
All forms are provided for download PDF.
Standard Data Request Form
Submit this form to request data from the Surface Water Quality Monitoring Information System (SWQMIS), using these instructions.
Non Standard Data Request Form
Submit this form, in addition to the Standard Data Request Form, to request QC sample results and sample results that did not pass all QC that are stored in SWQMIS, using these instructions.
Data Correction Request
Reference: DMRG Chapter 9
Submit this form to request corrections to data in SWQMIS.
Data Review Checklist
Reference: DMRG Chapter 8
Submit this form with ASCII pipe delimited event and result files to be loaded to SWQMIS.
Parameter & Constituent Code Request
Reference: DMRG Chapter 2
Submit this form to request a new parameter or constituent in SWQMIS.
Submitting Entity/Collecting Entity/Monitoring Type
Code and Tag Prefix Request and Checklist
Reference: DMRG Chapter 4 (Submitting/Collecting Entities)
Reference: DMRG Chapter 5 (Tag Prefixes)
Reference: DMRG Chapter 13 (Monitoring Type Codes)
Submit this form to request a new submitting or collecting entity, monitoring type code, or tag prefix in SWQMIS.
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For More Information
For more information about the data management forms on this page, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-239-1678 and request to speak with a member of the Data Management and Analysis Team.
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