Changeset 20847 in main


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Timestamp:
06/19/20 09:38:59 (3 weeks ago)
Author:
Maria Baron
Message:

updated indicator

Location:
adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator
Files:
3 edited

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  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/BeachClosings.Year.xml

    r18760 r20847  
    99        <SUB_TITLE>by Year, New Jersey,</SUB_TITLE>
    1010        <Y_TITLE>Number of Ocean and Bay Beach Closings</Y_TITLE>
    11         <PERIOD_TITLE>2000-2018 (HNJ2020)</PERIOD_TITLE>
     11        <PERIOD_TITLE>2000-2019 (HNJ2020)</PERIOD_TITLE>
    1212        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
    1313        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>Year19902020</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     
    1616        <NOTE>corrections from Virginia Loftin (DEP), 7-23-12, 1998 = 33 closings and 2009 = 41 closings, fixed BDG.
    1717
    18 data from https://www.njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2019%20Annual%20Report.pdf, 6/6/19, BDG</NOTE>
     18data from https://www.njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2019%20Annual%20Report.pdf, 6/6/19, BDG
     19new data from https://njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2020%20Annual%20Report.pdf, 6/19/2020, BDG</NOTE>
    1920        <SORT_ORDER>1</SORT_ORDER>
    2021        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    2122        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>indicator Graph List Detail modified by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    22         <MODIFIED_DATE>06/06/2019</MODIFIED_DATE>
     23        <MODIFIED_DATE>06/19/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    2324        <DATA_SOURCES>
    2425                <DATA_SOURCE name="NJ DEP Water Monitoring&amp;Standards">
     
    486487                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
    487488                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>2018</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
    488                         <VALUE>21</VALUE>
     489                        <VALUE>22</VALUE>
     490                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
     491                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
     492                <INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE indicator_view_name="BeachClosings.Year" dataset_series_name="None" dataset_category_name="Year19902020" dataset_series_value="None" dataset_category_value="2019">
     493                        <INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>BeachClosings.Year</INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     494                        <DATASET_SERIES_NAME>None</DATASET_SERIES_NAME>
     495                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>Year19902020</DATASET_CATEGORY_NAME>
     496                        <DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>None</DATASET_SERIES_VALUE>
     497                        <DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>2019</DATASET_CATEGORY_VALUE>
     498                        <VALUE>12</VALUE>
    489499                        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    490500                </INDICATOR_VIEW_VALUE>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/profile/BeachClosings.xml

    r18760 r20847  
    1111        <DATA_NOTE>This is Healthy New Jersey 2020 (HNJ2020) Objective EH-5. 
    1212
    13 Data obtained on June 6, 2019 from NJ Department of Environmental Protection online report, "Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program, 2018 Summary Report",
    14 https://www.njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2019%20Annual%20Report.pdf.  The NJDEP Annual CCMP Summary Report for Beach Season 2018 now provides ocean, bay and river closings separately.  These numbers are added together on SHAD to provide historical consistency as well as to provide consistency with HNJ2020.</DATA_NOTE>
    15         <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>06/19/2019</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     13Data obtained on June 19, 2020 from NJ Department of Environmental Protection online report, "Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program, 2019 Summary Report", https://njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2020%20Annual%20Report.pdf.  The NJDEP Annual CCMP Summary Report for Beach Season 2019 provides ocean, bay and river closings separately.  These numbers are added together on SHAD to provide historical consistency as well as to provide consistency with HNJ2020.</DATA_NOTE>
     14        <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>06/19/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    1615        <WHY_IMPORTANT>Swimming in or contact with polluted water can cause gastrointestinal, respiratory, eye and ear, and flu-like symptoms.  These symptoms are minor most of the time, but can occasionally be more serious, especially in sensitive populations, such as in children and elderly.  New Jersey's beach monitoring program assesses coastal water quality and pollution.  Local agencies monitor the concentration of bacteria in coastal waters.  Samples that are above the water quality standard indicate water that presents an increased risk of illness and may result in beach closings to protect public health.  Closings may also be issued as a precaution, especially where contaminated storm water runoff may impact water quality at the bathing beach following heavy rainfall.</WHY_IMPORTANT>
    1716        <OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>'''Healthy New Jersey 2020 Objective EH-5''': Reduce the annual number of beach closings due to elevated bacteriological levels to 30.</OTHER_OBJECTIVE_DESCRIPTION>
    18         <HOW_DOING>The annual number of beach closings has varied greatly year to year.  In 2018, the annual number of ocean and bay beach closings due to bacteria was 21.</HOW_DOING>
     17        <HOW_DOING>The annual number of beach closings has varied greatly year to year.  In 2019, the annual number of ocean and bay beach closings due to bacteria was 12.</HOW_DOING>
    1918        <WHAT_DOING>The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) administers the Cooperative Coastal Monitoring Program (CCMP) with the New Jersey Department of Health and local environmental health agencies. Water quality monitoring and aerial surveillance of bathing beaches begins in mid-May and runs through Labor Day. Each week during the summer season, water samples are collected at 188 ocean, 20 bay, and 9 river monitoring stations along the coast of New Jersey. Samples are analyzed for the presence of Enterococci, a type of bacteria found in animal and human waste. An exceedance of the State Sanitary Code standard, 104 Enterococci/100 mL, may be harmful to human health. If two consecutive samples exceed the standard, the bathing beach closes until sample results are below the standard.
    2019
     
    2726        <OWNER_USER_ID>bgoun</OWNER_USER_ID>
    2827        <STATUS_CODE>A</STATUS_CODE>
    29         <STATUS_DATE>07/10/2019</STATUS_DATE>
     28        <STATUS_DATE>06/19/2020</STATUS_DATE>
    3029        <NOTE>Data entry by BGoun. Added 2011 data, BDG, 6-13-12.   This is also HNJ 2020.  Added corrections from Virginia Loftin (DEP) 7-23-12, BDG. Added text changes from Sherry Driber, 7-31-12, BDG.  Content approved &amp; org unit changed to EPHT at suggestion of S Driver, 7-31-12, BDG. 5-3-13 added HNJ2020, BDG.  10-30-13, BDG, updated with 2012 closing data obtained by e-mail from DEP. 12/29/14, updated from DEP's website 2013 data, BDG. June 9, 2016, updated from e-mail from Virginia Loftin, &amp; DEP's website, https://www.njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2015ccmp.pdf, BDG.
    31305/22/18, added 2016 &amp; 2017 from https://www.njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/CCMP%202017%20Summary%20Report.pdf , BDG.  Sent to Sherry for review.  BG
     
    35346-19-19.  Meet with Sherry Driber and Sheri Shifren (beach closing data steward).  Got new #s for a few yrs &amp; the Sherries will send me a note to add re river closings. BDG
    3635 7/3/19  Added "DEP's Annual CCMP Summary Report for Beach Season 2018 now provides ocean, bay and river closings separately.  These numbers are added together on SHAD to provide historical consistency as well as to provide consistency with HNJ2020." BDG
    37 7/10/2019 Published after e-mail approval from both Sherry Driber and Sheri Shifren(DEP data steward). BDG</NOTE>
     367/10/2019 Published after e-mail approval from both Sherry Driber and Sheri Shifren(DEP data steward). BDG
     376/19/20 Updated with revised 2018 &amp; new 2019 data from https://njbeaches.org/njdep_public_files/2020%20Annual%20Report.pdf,  BDG</NOTE>
    3838        <SORT_ORDER>392</SORT_ORDER>
    3939        <ACTIVE_FLAG>x</ACTIVE_FLAG>
    40         <MODIFIED_DATE>07/10/2019</MODIFIED_DATE>
     40        <MODIFIED_DATE>06/19/2020</MODIFIED_DATE>
    4141        <MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>Status changed by: bgoun</MODIFIED_DESCRIPTION>
    42         <PUBLISHED_DATE>07/10/2019</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     42        <PUBLISHED_DATE>06/19/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    4343        <HEALTHY_PEOPLE_OBJECTIVE>
    4444                <MODIFIED_DATE></MODIFIED_DATE>
     
    5151                        <TITLE>Ocean and Bay Beach Closings Due to Elevated Bacterial Levels,</TITLE>
    5252                        <SUB_TITLE>by Year, New Jersey,</SUB_TITLE>
    53                         <PERIOD_TITLE>2000-2018 (HNJ2020)</PERIOD_TITLE>
     53                        <PERIOD_TITLE>2000-2019 (HNJ2020)</PERIOD_TITLE>
    5454                        <Y_TITLE>Number of Ocean and Bay Beach Closings</Y_TITLE>
    5555                </INDICATOR_VIEW>
  • adopters/nj/trunk/src/main/webapps/doh-shad-content/xml/indicator/published_profiles.xml

    r20745 r20847  
    527527                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>FoodInsecurity.TrendAll</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    528528        </INDICATOR>
    529         <INDICATOR NAME="BeachClosings">
    530                 <NAME>BeachClosings</NAME>
    531                 <TITLE>Beach Closings Due to Bacteriological Levels</TITLE>
    532                 <PUBLISHED_DATE>07/10/2019</PUBLISHED_DATE>
    533                 <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>06/19/2019</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
    534                 <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>BeachClosings.Year</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    535         </INDICATOR>
    536529        <INDICATOR NAME="DrinkingWater">
    537530                <NAME>DrinkingWater</NAME>
     
    16471640                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>NoCWSbyMeanAs</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    16481641        </INDICATOR>
    1649         <LAST_MODIFIED>06/09/2020</LAST_MODIFIED>
    16501642        <INDICATOR NAME="NJEPHTWaterDBP">
    16511643                <NAME>NJEPHTWaterDBP</NAME>
     
    16551647                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>NoCWSbyMeanTHM</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
    16561648        </INDICATOR>
     1649        <LAST_MODIFIED>06/09/2020</LAST_MODIFIED>
     1650        <INDICATOR NAME="BeachClosings">
     1651                <NAME>BeachClosings</NAME>
     1652                <TITLE>Beach Closings Due to Bacteriological Levels</TITLE>
     1653                <PUBLISHED_DATE>06/19/2020</PUBLISHED_DATE>
     1654                <DATA_SOURCE_DATE>06/19/2020</DATA_SOURCE_DATE>
     1655                <DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>BeachClosings.Year</DEFAULT_INDICATOR_VIEW_NAME>
     1656        </INDICATOR>
    16571657</INDICATORS>
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