LOON LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT: Loon Lake Aquatic Invasive Species Study

Purpose

Loon Lake-Wescott Management District proposed to conduct an aquatic plant survey and water quality monitoring during the summer of 2004. The goals of the project are: 1) evaluate effectiveness of treatments in controlling Eurasian watermilfoil, 2) to assess responses of the native aquatic plant community, 3) to assess responses of curly-leaf pondweed, 4) to evaluate water quality impacts. The results of this survey will be presented in a follow-up management report. This report will present and discuss findings and provide direction for future management effort. This management report will be presented to the Loon Lake Board and the Department of Natural Resources. It will be made available to all lake residents and other interested parties.

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Aquatic Invasives Grant
Aquatic Invasives Education
ASPL-002-04
2004
Complete
 
Reports and Documents
2004 Loon Lake Post-Treatment Survey Results and Management Update [Final Report; ASPL-002-04; Loon Lake; 323800; Jan 2005]
LOON LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT: Loon Lake Aquatic Invasive Species Study
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
ASPL-002-04Loon Lake Aquatic Invasive Species Study
Monitor Pre and Post Treatment
10099840
Monitor Water Quality or Sediment
10099840
Aquatic Plant Monitoring or Survey
10099840
 
Watershed
 
Waters