lake padden, water quality
The Lake Padden monitoring project was initiated in 2011 by the citizens group, People for Lake Padden (P4LP), to provide an intensive water quality study of Lake Padden. Water samples were collected between June and December 2011 by Andrew Majeske, a student intern working with the Institute for Watershed Studies (IWS) and the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA).
The goals of our study are to identify any apparent problems with the current conditions of Lake Padden, compare our results with historical information, begin to establish baseline data, determine to what degree stratification occurs, and education and involve volunteers and policymakers in the community.
Majeske, Andrew; Matthews, Robin A.; and Gross, Betsy, "Lake Padden Monitoring Project June -- December 2011 Final Rep" (2012). Lake Padden. 2.
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