From the State Water Resources Control Board:
The GAMA program team has made California’s groundwater quality data more easily available to you. This announcement summarizes some recent developments to the GAMA Program website and to GAMA Groundwater Information System.
Updates to the GAMA Groundwater Information System (https://gamagroundwater.waterboards.ca.gov/gama/gamamap/public/Default.asp)
- A capability to filter data based on well screen interval: this filter is up and running, and we are in the process of adding well construction data into the database
- User-selected “comparison concentration” chemical level(s) tool
- Ability to download search results in KML format for display in Google Earth
- Ability to filter data by Groundwater Sustainability Agency boundaries
- Public water system well screen information download tool
We also have added several tools to help users evaluate groundwater data in real time https://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/gama/online_tools.html
- A groundwater vulnerability tool using relative groundwater age allows the user to explore relative groundwater ages in California groundwater. Areas with relatively younger water indicate recent recharge and potential vulnerability.
- A web map showing California’s inventory of Salt and Nutrient Management Plans.
- The “Is My Property Near a 123-TCP Impacted Well?” application allows users to input their address and locate impacted wells within a 2-mile radius. An update to the nitrate tool is also available.
- Other web-based tools including a source water protection data hub, a trends tool, and a large set of digitized well construction records are coming soon. Stay Tuned!
Visit the GAMA Program website at http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/gama/ today!