Acknowledgments

The authors would like to thank the following for their assistance: Dan Parker of EPA for providing STORET water quality data for the Hudson River near Albany and Troy, New York; Naji Yao, Yin Ren, and Beau Ranheim for providing NYC water quality data and statistics; Diane Hammerman and Theresa Norris for New York City wastewater data; Robert Bode for New York State Department of Environmental Conservationmacroinvertebrate data; and Peter Sattler of the Interstate Sanitation Commission for assistance in obtaining historic reports of the Commission.

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