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Water quality and hydrology of Whitefish (Bardon) Lake, Douglas County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on responses of an oligotrophic seepage lake to changes in phosphorus loading and water level

Robertson, Dale M.

Water quality and hydrology of Whitefish (Bardon) Lake, Douglas County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on responses of an oligotrophic seepage lake to changes in phosphorus loading and water level

by Robertson, Dale M.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 39-41).

Statementby Dale M. Robertson, William J. Rose, and Paul F. Juckem ; in cooperation with the Whitefish Lake Conservation Organization, through the town of Wascott, Wisconsin..
SeriesScientific investigations report -- 2009-5089
ContributionsRose, William J., Juckem, Paul F., Whitefish Lake Conservation Organization, Wascott (Wis.), Geological Survey (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD225.B33 R63 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 41 p. :
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24576810M
ISBN 109781411324756
LC Control Number2009416319
OCLC/WorldCa502152525

There are three fish hatcheries in the Flathead Watershed. The federal Creston National Fish Hatchery is located 12 miles (19 km) east of Kalispell in the community of Creston. It was built in to support fishing efforts in Glacier National Park, but now provides rainbow trout for fishery management on seven of Montana’s Tribal Reservations, and stocks fish for mitigation purposes under. Across the nation, the system that Congress created to protect the nation’s waters under the Clean Water Act of today often fails to prevent pollution. The New York Times has compiled data.

WATER QUALITY SUMMARY Whitefish Lake was sampled three times during the open-water season of by means of a pontoon-equipped Huey helicopter. Each time, samples for physical and chemical parameters were collected from a number of depths at three stations on the lake (see map, page v). Full text of "A synoptic study of the water quality of Whitefish River" See other formats s F11SSW REV A Synoptic Study of the Water Quality of Whitefish River Submitted to Montana Department of Environmental Quality East Sixth Avenue Helena, MT By Scott E. Reiyea Flathead Lake Biological Station The University of Montana Bio Station Lane Poison, MT .

Summary of Permitted Point Sources in the Flathead Lake Basin – Stakeholder Review Draft J Draft sent to entities that contributed data and information to the report. Summary of Permitted Point Sources in the Flathead Lake Basin –Public Review Draft File Size: 3MB.   Water is everywhere, from huge oceans to invisible water molecules making up water vapor in the air. Of course you can see and feel the physical properties of water, but there are also many chemical, electrical, and atomic-scale properties of water that affect all life and substances on Earth.


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Water Quality and Hydrology of Whitefish Lake Whitefish Lake, which is officially named Bardon Lake, is an oligotrophic, soft-water seepage lake in northwestern Wisconsin, and classified by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as an Outstanding Resource Water.

CLICK HEREfor the water quality map Map Facts This map shows the most recent 3 full years () of data. The lower the TSI figure, the better the water quality. Note that Whitefish Lake has two figures for TSI. One is the 3 year average.

Montana has 1, named lakes, reservoirs, and ponds that are 5 acres or greater covering aboutacres. These waterbodies include various natural lakes – alpine lakes and closed basin lakes (i.e., lakes with no surface outlet), as well as large reclamation and/or hydropower reservoirs.

Protecting and restoring lake water quality and designated uses (primary contact recreation. -Lower quality water has low clarity, is green rather than crystal clear, may smell -Lower quality water has more algae, supports rough fish, has less oxygen The Whitefish Area Property Owners Association (WAPOA) regularly samples and tests water on over 35 area lakes.

Guidelines and Reminders for recreating safely on the Whitefish Trail System-video Order ; Extending Emergency Ord City of Whitefish Statement. Hydrology is the study of the movement, distribution, and quality of water; it includes all components of the hydrologic cycle on the earth and in the atmosphere.

A practitioner of hydrology is a hydrologist and may work in a variety of related fields such as earth or environmental science, physical geography, geology, or civil and.

- Glacial Whitefish Lake Chapter IV - Cultural History, Section C. Current Land Ownership - Land Ownership Chapter VI - Historical Studies, Section B. Past Whitefish Lake Institute Studies - Septic Leachate Contamination & Risk Assessment Chapter VII - Whiefish Lake Institute Water Quality Monitoring, Section A.

Methodologies & Programs. Water Utility Potable water is available to all properties within the Village and is provided by the North Shore Water Commission (NSWC). Glendale, Fox Point, and Whitefish Bay share in the water pumping and purification of Lake Michigan water at the Glendale plant.

Hydrology and Water Quality A small swale is located immediately to the southeast of the seasonal pond. This swale conveys surface runoff to the pond from upslope areas to the south. Subsurface drainage systems are located along the pit/paddock area and racetrack areas.

The drain along. Water quality in warmwater fish ponds. Claude E. Boyd. Auburn University, Agricultural Experiment Station, - Science - pages.

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PDF | On Jan 1,Dale Robertson and others published Water quality, hydrology, and simulated response to changes in phosphorus loading of Butternut Lake, Price and Ashland Counties, Wisconsin. shallow water is also where much recreational activity occurs, some of which may threaten this critical habitat if aquatic plants are damaged or removed.

Protecting existing native aquatic plant beds will help maintain critical fish and wildlife habitat and the general water quality of the Size: 1MB. Watershed and the location of key water features within the Flathead Watershed.

The major ecological factor described in this section is how the flow of water within the watershed affects human populations, such as, annual changes in water flow and periodic flooding events. Lessons Patterns of Stream and River Flow and Flooding in theFile Size: 5MB.

matter in water, the text reviews the general responses of fish to such situations. A major chapter looks into the causes and effects of pollution on fish: harmful variations in natural water quality characteristics and chemicals in water as a result of man's activities.

This is followed by a discussion on diagnosis of causes of fish poisoning,File Size: KB. Whitefish, 10, people. 2 contaminants below legal limits, but above health guidelines. In some states a small percentage of tests were performed before water was treated, and.

Updated Octo USGS water-resources monitoring activities were moved to USGS Whitefish River near Kalispell, MT from USGS Whitefish River near mouth at Kalispell, MT (this site). The move was necessary to facilitate continued collection of timely, high-quality streamflow information.The unfenced Facility is located on the north edge of downtown Whitefish.

Commercial and residential areas abut the Facility's southeastern boundary and the Whitefish River forms its southwest boundary. Neither the river nor the shallow groundwater is used for drinking water. The river is .Annual Drinking Water Quality Report For the City of Whitefish Water Utility We are pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report.

This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.