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Beneficial Use Monitoring Program (BUMP)

Created in 1998, the Oklahoma Water Resources Board's Beneficial Use Monitoring Program (BUMP) was developed in response to a growing awareness that key water quality management decisions were being made based on inadequate or incomplete data. Today, BUMP data provides critical information to support Oklahoma's Water Quality Standards and prioritize pollution control activities.

Ongoing state water quality monitoring through BUMP ensures that future generations of Oklahomans will be able to make fair and defensible decisions concerning both the quality and quantity of water supplies critical to the continued growth and welfare of the state.

Current BUMP Reports

2013 BUMP Lakes Report
2013 BUMP Streams Report
2013 BUMP Groundwater Report

Archived BUMP Reports

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