Health & Environmental Data
- Assault-on-America-A-Decade-of-Petroleum-Company-Disaster National Wildlife Federation, 2010
- PA Stray Gas Migration Data DEP
- EPA Data Finder (Air | Climate Change | Health Risks | Pollutants & Contaminants | Waste | Water )
- Health & Environmental Data linked to Mapping Capabilities
- University of Pittsburgh, Center Healthy Environments and Communities Fractracker Powerful online mapping & storytelling tools for the novice and expert GIS user. Connect People to Data and Expertise
The Fractracker helps people find data, ask questions and quickly test assumptions with easy to use mapping tools. With Fractracker, users can share their data with others and track how it is used.
- SRBC WaterProject Data: http://www.srbc.net/pubinfo/press/docs/ProjectReviewWaterResourcesPortalAvailableApril2010.PDF
SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
1721 North Front Street Harrisburg, PA 17102-2391 www.srbc.net
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Susan Obleski
April 21, 2010 Director of Communications
Office: (717) 238-0423, x316
Cell: (717) 215-7278
ALL SRBC APPROVED PROJECTS AND PENDING
APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
Access to Information and Electronic Update Features to Enhance Efficiency
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Susquehanna River Basin Commission (SRBC) today announced that
all SRBC-approved projects and pending water withdrawal and consumptive use applications are
now available on the commission’s web site at< www.srbc.net/wrp/Default.aspx>
The user-friendly web site allows viewers to locate information using an interactive map or through
other search functions, including typing in the names of project sponsors. Viewers also can sign up
to receive project updates through RSS Feed.
The Harrisburg-based SRBC (www.srbc.net) was established under an interstate compact signed on
December 24, 1970 by the federal government and New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland to
manage the water resources of the 27,510-square-mile Susquehanna River Basin. The
Susquehanna River starts in Cooperstown, N.Y., and flows 444 miles to Havre de Grace, Md.,
where the river meets the Chesapeake Bay.
- Water Withdrawals Illegally Authorized by PA DEP claim by Allegheny Defense Project–DEP has no authority to authorize surface water withdrawals in Western PA.