Rivers Dashboard - Glenamong
This is the Glenamong River ARMS (Automatic River Monitoring Stations). This station measures important physiochemical variables every two minutes, including temperature, oxygen,
pH, conductivity, turbidity and DOM (Dissolved Organic Matter). You can either view current data, or scroll down to view what conditions have been like over the past 7 days.
These data are real time (GMT) and raw - they have not yet been through the full quality checking procedures. There may be short term data gaps when we are experiencing technical difficulties.
The Glenamong River is one of the two main inflows into Lough Feeagh, and drains the Glenamong subcatchment. About one quarter of this subcatchment is forested with conifers, and the rest is commonage.
The maintenance of this site by the MI is kindly facilitated by local landowners.