SOKAOGON CHIPPEWA COMMUNITY: Zebra Mussel DF Study

Purpose

This project will continue the study and assessment of the impacts of zebra mussels on Lake Metonga. Specially, water chemistry, phytoplankton, zooplankton, zebra mussels, crayfish, walleye and yellow perch will be studied. The objective of this study is to gain information about the changes within the ecosystem and possible management options. Deliverables include: 1. An annual progress report 2. A Final report including results, any management recommendations that can be determined from the available data, scientific literature review, summary of methods, results and discussion. The report will include both summarized and raw data. 3. This report will be made public within the community and will be provided to the Department in both hard and electronic copies.

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Lakes Grant
Lake Protection Grant
LPT-245-04
2003
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Grant Awarded
This project will continue the study and assessment of the impacts of zebra mussels on Lake Metonga. Specially, water chemistry, phytoplankton, zooplankton, zebra mussels, crayfish, walleye and yellow perch will be studied. The objective of this study is to gain information about the changes within the ecosystem and possible management options. Deliverables include: 1. An annual progress report 2. A Final report including results, any management recommendations that can be determined from the available data, scientific literature review, summary of methods, results and discussion. The report will include both summarized and raw data. 3. This report will be made public within the community and will be provided to the Department in both hard and electronic copies.
Comprehensive Planning Studies
10100226
ATTAINS Implementation Initiated
This project will continue the study and assessment of the impacts of zebra mussels on Lake Metonga. Specially, water chemistry, phytoplankton, zooplankton, zebra mussels, crayfish, walleye and yellow perch will be studied. The objective of this study is to gain information about the changes within the ecosystem and possible management options.
 
Watershed
 
Waters