Large Scale Lake Planning
The lsland Chain is a popular set of lakes used extensively for recreation. The study of the lakes funded by a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Lakes Planning Grant was designed to analyze and report on three main issues concerning water quality. These issues were: 1. nutrient concentrations in the lakes; 2. concentrations of fecal coliform bacteria in shoreline areas; and 3. current trophic status and algal populations found in the lakes.
1) Conduct water quality monitoring as specified in the application. 2) Collect and analyze 5 inflow samples as described in the application.3) Conduct a synoptic bacterial survey as specified in the application. 4) Summarize water quality information and evaluate lake's trophic status.5) Develop technical report analyzing water quality and trophic status, and develop non-technical report summarizing information for the public.6) Disseminate information to the public through newsletter mailings, public meetings, and summary and entire report mailings.
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
Data analysis, report production