How Healthy is Your Water?

Briggs Marsh Snapshot

18
out of 100
Bay Health Index (5-year average)
poor
fair
good
18
18
out of 100

Supporting Data

There are two sampling stations on Briggs Marsh: Dundery Brook (BMDB1) and Briggs Beach (BMBB2).

Briggs Marsh: Dundery Brook (BMDB1)
Nitrogen, dissolved oxygen, algae, and water clarity measurements taken from a rock at the marsh edge at the mouth of Dundery Brook. (41.484079, -71.16685)
Total Nitrogen
Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen
Total Organic Nitrogen
Dissolved Oxygen
All Measurements
Average of Lowest 20%
Algal Pigments
Total Pigments
Water Clarity
Yearly Average
Briggs Marsh: Briggs Beach (Station BMBB2)
Nitrogen, dissolved oxygen, algae, and water clarity measurements taken from the water on the back side of Briggs Beach. (41.477378, -71.159266)
Total Nitrogen
Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen
Total Organic Nitrogen
Dissolved Oxygen
All Measurements
Average of Lowest 20%
Algal Pigments
Total Pigments
Water Clarity
Yearly Average
Bay Health data is funded in part by the Massachusetts Environmental Trust.
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