DANE COUNTY: Preparation of APM Plans--Lower Mud, Fish, Crystal, Wingra & Indian Lakes

Purpose

Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.

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Lakes Grant
Large Scale Lake Planning
LPL-1091-06
2005
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Reports and Documents
2013 Amendment to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lake Wingra. Includes graphs and maps, with some survey data and meeting minutes.
Appendices to the 2013 Amendments to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lake Wingra
Appendices to the amendment to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Fish, Indian, and Crystal Lakes. Includes maps, data tables and survey results.
Update to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Fish, Indian, and Crystal Lakes. Includes graphs, survey results, and other data.
2013 Amendment to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lakes Kegonsa and Lower Mud. Includes maps and survey results.
Appendices to the 2013 Amendment to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lakes Kegonsa and Lower Mud. Includes graphs and maps, with some data from surveys.
2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lake Wingra. Includes graphs, survey results, and other data.
2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lakes Kegonsa and Lower Mud. Includes survey results, maps and graphs, with some other data.
Appendices to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lakes Kegnosa and Lower Mud. Includes maps and graphs.
Appendices to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Lake Wingra. Includes graphs and data tables, with survey results.
Aquatic Plant Management for Fish, Indian and Crystal Lakes. Details results of study performed in 2006.
Appendices to the 2007 Aquatic Plant Management Plan for Fish, Indian and Crystal Lakes. Includes maps, meeting minutes, and report info.
Aquatic plant surveys were performed during the summer of 2006 on Fish, Crystal and Indian lakes. The three lakes share common features including location within the Lower Wisconsin Drainage Basin, are seepage lakes and have displayed rising water levels in recent decades. Six hundred-ninety-three sites were sampled in the three lakes. Results of the point intercept surveys indicated that coontail and Eurasian watermilfoil dominated in both Fish and Indian lakes. Dense concentrations of these weedy plants coincided with low numbers of native species (low species richness).
 
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Grant Awarded
Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.
Aquatic Plant Monitoring or Survey
Grant Awarded
Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.
Grant Awarded
Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.
Grant Awarded
Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.
Grant Awarded
Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.
Grant Awarded
Aquatic plant and substrate surveys will be conducted, followed by evaluation of changes over time to develop or modify APM plans for these waters.
 
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