Governor Chris Christie • Lt.Governor Kim Guadagno
NJ Home | Services A to Z | Departments/Agencies | FAQs  
State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection-Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program
State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
DEP Home | About DEP | Index by Topic | Programs/Units | DEP Online 
 

Current Conditions

About the Program

Beach Monitoring Results

Rapid Methods (qPCR) Demonstration Project & Results

Beach Closing/ Advisory Policies

Health Risk Information

NJ Beach Information

Helpful Links/Other Resources

 
njdep home dep online njbeaches Cape May County
njdep home about dep index by topic programs and units dep online ""
""

Ocean and bay recreational beaches ( R ) 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. Non-bathing beaches ( N ) are not bathing beaches and do not require resamples. Sample results shown in red have exceeded the monitoring standard and will be resampled.

Date
Station
Municipality
Location
Entero
3/13/2013CCMPCC1156AVALON BORO30th St
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1192AVALON BORO76th St
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1134CAPE MAY CITYGrant
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1176CAPE MAY CITYPhiladelphia
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1148CAPE MAY POINT BOROBrainard
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1210NORTH WILDWOOD CITY10th & JFK
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1104OCEAN CITY34th St
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1103OCEAN CITY9th St
4
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1108SEA ISLE CITY40th St
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1177SEA ISLE CITY85th St
2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1193STONE HARBOR BORO96th St
4
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1106UPPER TWPWilliard
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1121WILDWOOD CITYMontgomery
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1120WILDWOOD CITYSchellenger
< 2
R
3/13/2013CCMPCC1125WILDWOOD CREST BOROJefferson
< 2
R
R = bathing beach
N = non-bathing beach
* 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

""
""
wms | bmwm

Department: NJDEP Home | About DEP | Index by Topic | Programs/Units | DEP Online
Statewide: NJ Home | Services A to Z | Departments/Agencies | FAQs

Copyright © State of New Jersey, 1996-2011

Last Updated: February 9, 2011