reed lake, aquatic plants, water quality
The main objective of this project was to collect and identify aquatic plants in Reed Lake, a small, shallow lake in Whatcom County. The project was undertaken with the assistance of volunteers from the Glenhaven Lakes community (Figure 1). Residents of the Glenhaven community have expressed concerns about the effects that aquatic plants are having on recreation in the lake. This report included maps showing the types of plants that were collected in the lake Figures 2–10 and estimated plant densities (Figures 11–13), with a short discussion of methods that might be useful for reducing aquatic plant densities in the lake.
Merrick, Samantha; Matthews, Robin A.; and Vandersypen, Joan, "Reed Lake 2013 Aquatic Plant Survey" (2013). Reed Lake. 1.
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