Follow the links below for information on DIVER and ERMA.
Great Lakes Mussel Watch Data
NOAA's Mussel Watch program has been monitoring contaminants and their bioeffects in the Great Lakes by collecting and analyzing data for nearly 3 decades. You can query and download sediment and tissue data with analytical results in DIVER Explorer and view sampling locations in ERMA. More information...
Great Lakes Regional Data
The Great Lakes Regional Database contains compiled and standardized chemistry and bioassay data from NOAA, Great Lakes states, and partners across the region.
St. Louis River Area of Concern
Stakeholders are working to clean up contaminated sediments and restore habitat in the St. Louis River AOC within the Great Lakes Basin. Assessment and restoration actions are identifying and addressing beneficial use impairments. More information...
Newark Bay Contaminant Data
NOAA has compiled contaminant chemistry and toxicity data for the Newark Bay Watershed from many studies and sources in support of clean-up and restoration efforts. More information...
Raritan Bay Slag
Query and download sediment, soil, water and tissue chemistry data from the Raritan Bay Slag site in New Jersey that that is being used to evaluate injuries as part of the NRDA. More information...
Explore over forty years of compiled and standardized sediment and tissue chemistry data from the Hudson River and tributaries, including long-term monitoring of PCBs in fish, birds and mammals. More information...
Northwest & Arctic
Puget Sound Contaminant Data
NOAA has compiled and standardized datasets from many studies and sources into a regional Puget Sound contaminant chemistry and toxicity database.
Lower Duwamish River
The Duwamish River, once a wide, meandering river with large areas of mudflats and marshes, was largely lost by the 1940s through channelization and filling to support industrial and commercial development. Hazardous substances have been released since the early 1900s, resulting in injuries to fish, birds, wildlife, and their habitats. More information...
NOAA compiled and standardized contaminant chemistry and bioassay data from many studies in support of the Portland Harbor Superfund Site on the Lower Willamette River. More information...
Arctic and Alaska Planning
View geographic and contaminant data compiled to address environmental protection and cleanup, and in preparation for response to environmental emergencies in the Arctic and Alaska.
Deepwater Horizon Restoration Projects
The restoration projects associated with the Deepwater Horizon oil spill focused restoring natural resources in the Gulf of Mexico. These data provide information on locations, project status, and monitoring activities. More information...
Gulf of Mexico Regional Data
NOAA has compiled and standardized regional Gulf of Mexico contaminant chemistry and bioassay data from many sources including the States, USEPA, USFWS, USGS, USACOE and long-term monitoring studies (NS&T, Mussel Watch, EMAP).
Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment Data
The NOAA repository for environmental data related to the Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment. More information...
Deepwater Horizon NRDA Toxicity Testing Data
The toxicity testing program performed by the Deepwater Horizon NRDA Trustees encompassed more than 40 species. Results are available to query and download. More information...
Southwest & Pacific Islands
Pacific Islands Regional Data
NOAA has compiled contaminant chemistry and bioassay data from Pacific Islands region including Hawaii, Guam, Saipan, Midway, Palmyra, and Mussel Watch and EMAP/NCA studies.
Refugio Beach Oil Spill
Information from the Response and Assessment of the Refugio Beach Oil Spill off the coast of Santa Barbara can be viewed in context with ERMA. More information...
San Diego Bay
NOAA has compiled and standardized contaminant chemistry and bioassay data from many local and regional studies to support assessment, remediation and restoration in the San Diego Bay area. More information...
California Regional Data
NOAA has compiled and standardized contaminant chemistry and bioassay data from many studies and sources to support assessment and restoration in the region.
M/V Cosco Busan
The container ship M/V Cosco Busan struck the San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge Nov. 7, 2007 releasing 53,000 gallons of fuel oil into the water. The spill caused significant impacts to fish, wildlife, habitat and human recreational uses. NOAA has compiled data used in the NRDA, now available in DIVER and ERMA. More information...