Central Coast Ambient Monitoring Program (CCAMP)

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The Central Coast Ambient Monitoring Program (CCAMP) carries (carried?) out regional water quality monitoring and assessment for the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (CCRWQCB) in the state of California. The program provides (provided?) the scientific information for water quality regulations such as Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) or the Central Coast Region Agricultural Waiver. More specific information on monitoring plans and strategies can be found at the CCAMP Wiki.

As at April 2020, CCAMP seems to have been inactive for a few years and may have been superseded by SWAMP and CEDEN.

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