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Environmental Information Management System Overview (Historical)

Publication number Date Published
00-01-001January 2000
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Author(s) Lynn Singleton
Description The content in this report is out of date but is good for historical purposes.

The Environmental Information Management (EIM) System provides a central repository of Washington’s most important ambient environmental monitoring and natural resource data in a format that all programs can access. The Washington State Department of Ecology built the system to fill a need to access information from across the agency, to provide a place for grantee-collected data, and to assist in the sharing of data between Ecology and external users.
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Keywords Focus sheet, environmental, information, management, grant