EAU CLAIRE COUNTY: Lake Eau Claire Water Quality Study Task II

Purpose

Eau Claire County, Land Conservation Division, proposes to conduct an evaluation of internal nutrient loading and water quality study on Lake Eau Claire. Eau County will enter a partnership involving, Lake Eau Claire Association, August High School Biology Class and the Army Corp of Engineers.In-lake stations will be monitored biweekly during ice-free conditions, with samples taken at 1 meter intervals between the surface and the bottom. Phytoplankton samples will also be taken once a month. In-lake samples and sediment core sample will be studied in detail for phosphorous as stated in the application. This is task two of a three part task. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. The project results will be disseminated to the public by fact sheet distribution, public meetings, local newspaper articles, TV/radio spots, and a poster display.

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LPL-493
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Eau Claire County, Land Conservation Division, proposes to conduct an evaluation of internal nutrient loading and water quality study on Lake Eau Claire. Eau County will enter a partnership involving, Lake Eau Claire Association, August High School Biology Class and the Army Corp of Engineers.In-lake stations will be monitored biweekly during ice-free conditions, with samples taken at 1 meter intervals between the surface and the bottom. Phytoplankton samples will also be taken once a month. In-lake samples and sediment core sample will be studied in detail for phosphorous as stated in the application. This is task two of a three part task. The Department of Natural Resources will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. The project results will be disseminated to the public by fact sheet distribution, public meetings, local newspaper articles, TV/radio spots, and a poster display.
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