Water: Monitoring & Assessment
National Coastal Condition Reports
The National Coastal Condition Report series rate the overall condition of U.S. coastal waters as fair, varying from region to region. Preparation of these reports represent a coordinated effort among the EPA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the U.S. Geological Survey, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, coastal states, and the National Estuary Programs.
- National Coastal Condition Report III - NCCR III (2008) - reports on progress since the 2005 report.
- National Estuary Program Coastal Condition Report- NEP CCR (2007) - reports on the ecological and environmental condition of the 28 National Estuary Programs.
- National Coastal Condition Report II - NCCR II (2005) - reports on progress since the 2001 report.
- National Coastal Condition Report - NCCR (2001)
For more information about coastal areas, see: