2019 Gallatin Stream Teams Volunteer Application
All volunteers must commit to:

- A 1 day training to learn about the program and to practice field techniques (historically the last Saturday in June)
- Regular attendance at sampling events throughout the sampling season (The sampling schedule will be determined prior to the training event) **NOTE: This year sampling events will be conducted Monday - Friday.**

Stream Team tasks vary from year to year, but might include:

- Reading water level on a staff gauge
- Collecting water samples for lab analysis
- Measuring pH, conductivity, water temperature, and dissolved oxygen using a meter
- Measuring stream discharge using a flow meter
- Conducting a pebble count with a gravelometer
- Measuring turbidity with a turbidity tube
- Collecting and preserving aquatic macroinvertebrate samples
- Maintaining and downloading data from sensors deployed in the stream

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1. Are you a returning volunteer? *
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If so, which monitoring year(s)?
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2. Why are you interested in volunteering your time for Gallatin Stream Teams? (check all that apply) *
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3. Which days of the week would you be available? (check all that apply) *
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4 . Which month of the year would you be available? (check all that apply *
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5. How did you hear about the Gallatin Stream Teams volunteer monitoring program? *
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If from event, flyer or word of mouth, please indicate where/from whom:
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6. Please describe your last level of education completed: *
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General area of work or study (science, economics, etc.): *
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7. Do you have any prior experience conducting stream monitoring? *
If yes, please describe:
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8. Have you volunteered with other organizations in the area? *
If yes, which ones?
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Thank you for your interest in Gallatin Stream Teams!
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