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Ocean and bay recreational beaches are subject to opening and closing procedures of the State Sanitary Code and must be resampled when bacteria concentrations exceed the primary contact standard of 104 enterococci per 100 mL of sample. Consecutive samples that exceed the standard require the closing of the beach until a sample is obtained that is within the standard. If a sample result is shown in red, the sample has exceeded the monitoring standard for bacteria.  Additional samples will be collected at that location and results will be posted on the next day.

Date
Station
Municipality
Location
Entero
9/10/2013CCMPAC1004BRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 15th St South
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1041SBRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 16th St South
120
9/10/2013CCMPAC1041SBRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 16th St South
< 5
9/10/2013CCMPAC1116SBRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 17th St South
< 5
9/10/2013CCMPAC1042SBRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 25th St South
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1091BRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 26th St South
155
9/10/2013CCMPAC1091BRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 26th St South
< 5
9/10/2013CCMPAC1120SBRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 27th St South
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1036BRIGANTINE CITYBrigantine City at 5th St North
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1061SLONGPORT BOROLongport Borough at 13th Ave
12
9/9/2013CCMPAC1086LONGPORT BOROLongport Borough at 19th St
5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1094LONGPORT BOROLongport Borough at 26th Ave
20
9/9/2013CCMPAC1087LONGPORT BOROLongport Borough at 33rd St
55
9/10/2013CCMPAC1140SMARGATE CITYMargate City at Andover Ave
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1050SMARGATE CITYMargate City at Clermont Ave
180
9/10/2013CCMPAC1050SMARGATE CITYMargate City at Clermont Ave
5
9/10/2013CCMPAC1142SMARGATE CITYMargate City at Franklin Ave
25
9/9/2013CCMPAC1029SMARGATE CITYMargate City at Gladstone Ave
90
9/9/2013CCMPAC1095MARGATE CITYMargate City at Osborne
25
9/9/2013CCMPAC1088MARGATE CITYMargate City at Washington
25
9/9/2013CCMPAC1229ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Annapolis Ave
20
9/9/2013CCMPAC1016ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Arkansas
25
9/9/2013CCMPAC1085ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Bartram
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC0071ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Caspian
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1017ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Chelsea
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1071ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Connecticut Ave
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1018ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Georgia
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1074ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Illinois
15
9/9/2013CCMPAC1195ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Iowa Ave
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1228ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Jackson Ave
5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1070ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Kentucky
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1080ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Lincoln
5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1082ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Michigan
30
9/9/2013CCMPAC1075ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Missouri
40
9/9/2013CCMPAC1012ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at New Hampshire
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1084ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at North Carolina
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1015ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Pennsylvania
15
9/9/2013CCMPAC1230ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Providence Ave
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1013ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Rhode Island Ave
5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1073ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at South Carolina
< 5
9/9/2013CCMPAC1083ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at St. James
10
9/9/2013CCMPAC1072ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at States
15
9/9/2013CCMPAC1081ATLANTIC CITYAtlantic City at Texas
< 5
* Confluent Growth: Bacterial growth covering the entire filter during a membrane filter test for enterococcus bacteria. This makes it impossible to determine the existence of discrete coliform colonies and therefore there is no way to count specific colonies. The site is re-sampled if this occurs.

environmental monitoring for public access and community trackingThis project was funded by EPA's Environmental Monitoring for Public Access and Community Tracking (EMPACT) program. Click here to find more information about EMPACT: http://www.epa.gov/empact/index.htm

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