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|Title: ||Water Quality of the North End of Cayuga Lake: 1991-2006|
|Authors: ||Makarewicz, Joseph C.|
Lewis, Theodore W.
|Keywords: ||Cayuga Lake|
soluble reactive phosphorus
Secchi disk depth
surface water chemistry
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2007|
|Publisher: ||Seneca County Soil and Water Conservation District|
|Abstract: ||Monitoring the water quality of Cayuga Lake has continued periodically from the early
1900s to the present. The Seneca County Soil and Water Conservation District
(SCSWCD) has collected limnological data on the waters of the northern end of Cayuga
Lake since 1991. This report updates the 1999 report (1991 to 1998) (Makarewicz et al.
1999) with data taken by the SCSWCD from 1999 to 2006. By considering nutrient and
chlorophyll a concentrations and water clarity measurements, we reviewed the current
data from Cayuga Lake with historical measurements of the lake.|
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