Find out what equipment is needed to participate in each of our cyanobacterial monitoring programs.

BLOOMWATCH EQUIPMENT

  • bloomWatch app

  • any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 7.1 or later

  • any phone or tablet with Android 4.0 or later

bloomWatch equipment - any iOS or android device with GPS

bloomWatch for iOS

get bloomWatch app

bloomWatch for Android

get bloomWatch app

bloomWatch methods

get methods

learn about bloomWatch

get details

CYANOSCOPE EQUIPMENT

  1. Richter Optica F1 Elementary Scope

  2. Microscope Mechanical Stage

  3. Calibration Slide

  4. Digital Optics Adapter

  5. Cyanobacteria Concentrator

  6. Plankton Net w/ Spool

  7. Microscope Supplies Box

  8. Microscope Cozy

  9. 125ml Brown Plastic HDPE Bottles

  10. 250ml Brown Plastic HDPE Bottle

    Carry Sack

bloomWatch for iOS

get bloomWatch app

bloomWatch for Android

get bloomWatch app

bloomWatch methods

get methods

learn about bloomWatch

get details

Check out bloomWatch, cyanoScope, and cyanoMonitoring to find ways you can start monitoring cyanobacteria.

bloomWatch App

Crowdsourcing to find and report potential cyanobacteria blooms

Engaging the public to report when and where potential cyanobacteria blooms appear.

cyanoScope

Mapping cyanobacteria one slide at a time

Engaging trained citizen scientists and professional water quality managers to understand where and when cyanobacteria species occur.

Learn more

cyanoMonitoring

Monitoring cyanobacteria populations over time

Engaging professionals and trained citizen scientists to track seasonal patterns of cyanobacteria.

Learn more

CYANOMONITORING EQUIPMENT

The strength of our program lies in the diversity and combined expertise of collaborators like you. Don’t be shy about getting in touch!

Program Lead

Hilary Snook
US EPA Region I

snook.hilary@epa.gov

Outreach & Web

Shane Bradt
UNH Cooperative Extension

shane.bradt@unh.edu
@limnoshane

Data & Analysis

Jeff Hollister
US EPA Office of Research and Development

Hollister.Jeff@epa.gov
@jhollist