2 edition of Water-quality characteristics of selected public recreational lakes and ponds in Connecticut found in the catalog.
Water-quality characteristics of selected public recreational lakes and ponds in Connecticut
Denis F Healy
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Hartford, Conn, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Water quality characteristics of selected public recreational lakes and ponds in Connecticut|
|Statement||by Denis F. Healy and Kenneth P. Kulp ; prepared in cooperation with the state of Connecticut, Department of Environmental Protection|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 95-4098|
|Contributions||Kulp, Kenneth P, Connecticut. Dept. of Environmental Protection, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
The Biology of Lakes and Ponds. organic material into nutrients as food for other organisms and control the water quality in lakes to categorize different characteristics of the lakes. For example, clear, weed-free lakes are often highly valued for enhanced property values and contact recreation. However, nutrient reductions, herbicide applications, and shoreline modifications needed to maintain lakes in this condition may adversely affect fish and wildlife habitat and overall water quality.
Preface “Limnological Aspects of Recreational Lakes” considers the many problems associated with the recreational use of lakes, reservoirs, and ponds. These standing-water bodies receive the most concentrated and varied recreational use of any waters, and . by the City of Bloomington. The location of the ponds in the study is shown in Figure 1. The objective of the survey included the following: • Characterize water quality conditions in the selected ponds in June, July, and August. • Evaluate how ponds were performing in regard to .
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Get this from a library. Water-quality characteristics of selected public recreational lakes and ponds in Connecticut. [Denis F Healy; Kenneth P Kulp; Connecticut. Department of Environmental Protection.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
Higganum Reservoir is a acre (13 ha) man-made body of water impounding Ponset Brook in the town of Haddam, is the primary feature of Higganum Reservoir State by construction of an earth dam inthe reservoir was built to provide water power for the Higganum Manufacturing Company, a maker of plows and other farm on: Haddam, Connecticut.
Bantam Lake is the largest natural lake in Connecticut, covering acres ( ha) in the towns of Morris and of the land at the northern end of the lake, including the peninsula of Marsh Point, is protected by the White Memorial Foundation and home to a wide array of bird species.
It is lined by campgrounds, camps for kids and has facilities for various water on: Border of Morris, Connecticut and Litchfield.
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Likewise, beaches, lakes, and rivers provide recreational opportunities to swim, surf, water ski, scuba dive, sail, boat, or fish. Given the human dependence for water, it’s easy to understand why there is a constant need to.
The Lakes and Ponds Program works primarily in the DCR State Park system to protect, manage and restore valuable aquatic resources. We also provide technical assistance to communities and citizen groups as well as provide educational materials to the public about lake issues.
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. Water-quality trend analysis and sampling design for streams in Connecticut, by Elaine C.
Todd Trench Water-quality characteristics of selected public recreational lakes and ponds in Connecticut by Denis F Healy. Public lands -- Connecticut. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Public lands; Connecticut; Public lands -- United States; Used for: Connecticut -- Publi.
Other ponds are used as water sources for agricultural activity or managed for recreational uses (e.g., fishing) according to the CVNP’s Pond Management Plan. Kendall Lake, the park’s largest lake at 12 acres, is large enough for fishing and canoeing. The water quality of park ponds is monitored every five years.
This report presents comparisons and a graphical overview of the relative magnitude and the regional and statewide distribution of 19 selected cultural, physical, and water-quality characteristics measured in a reconnaissance study of several hundred lakes in Washington.
The selected characteristics presented for each lake include types of land use in the lake drainage basin, shoreline. During the summers and autumns of, andwater-quality data were collected and compiled for 56 lakes and reservoirs in Colorado.
The lakes and reservoirs sampled range from large reservoirs in the eastern part of the State to smaller natural lakes in the higher western parts of the Colorado Plateaus. The smallest body of water sampled was Anderson Reservoir No.
1 with a surface. Lake Bathymetry. Description. Lake Bathymetry describes the water depth for selected reservoirs, lakes, ponds, and coves in Connecticut. It includes depth contours, also called bathymetric contours, that define lines of equal water depth in feet.
A survey of 25 Bloomington ponds and three lakes was conducted over the summer of and was sponsored by the City of Bloomington. The location of the ponds in the study is shown in Figure 1. The objective of the survey included the following: • Characterize water quality conditions in the selected ponds in June, July, and August.
Atmospheric Deposition, Water-Quality, and Sediment Data for Selected Lakes in Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and Olympic National Parks, Washington, –10 By Rich W.
Sheibley, James R. Foreman, Patrick W. Moran, and Peter W. Swarzenski. Ponds and lakes are used for many purposes, such as fishing, swimming, irrigation, livestock/wildlife watering and aesthetics.
Depending on the main use or combination of uses of your lake or pond, different water quality parameters are of greater importance than others. Water-quality characteristics of six small lakes in Missouri / (Rolla, MO: Missouri Division of Geology and Land Survey, ), by James H. Barks (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Surface water resources of Sauk County / (Madison: Wisconsin Dept.
of Natural Resources, ), by Joseph R. Ball, C. Threinen, Tom D. Smith, and. most serious water quality problems originate from land uses or other activities near or in the pond.
The effects of these activities can often be minimized through proper management and early detection of problems through testing. Pond Uses and Water Quality Concerns Concerns about pond water quality are directly related to the use(s) of the pond. The telephone number for the Public Reading Room is ()and the telephone number for the Water Quality Standards for Coastal and Great Lakes Recreation Waters Docket is () Docket copying costs are as follows: the first pages are free, additional copying incurs a $25 administrative fee, and each additional page is $ Public and Food Processing Water Supply All waters of Illinois are designated for Public and Food Processing Water Supply use except those designated as Secondary Contact and Indigenous Aquatic Life Waters, and other exceptions, INDIANA: (Recreational Use) All lakes and reservoirs, the St.
Joseph River in Elkhart and St. Joseph Counties, the St. presently, aTv access to public property in Connecticut is limited to a 60 mile trail system near the state’s eastern border using a combination of state forest roads and trails.
This trail system is open year round to registered, street legal motorcycles. The deep also accommodates enduros on selected state forests.
Recreational water quality monitoring. The ACT Health Protection Service conducts monitoring for bacterial pathogens at a number of sites in Canberra's lakes, ponds and rivers on behalf of Transport Canberra and City Services.
Before engaging in water recreational activities, please ensure you check the most recent results.Lake water quality assessments are required under Section (a)(2) of the Clean Water Act, as amended by the Water Quality Act of For the purposes of reporting water quality assessments, significant, publicly-owned lakes cover at least 20 acres, have a public access, and support or have the potential to support the fishable.The Water Quality Standards Regulation (40 CFR (a)(1)) requires States to adopt criteria sufficient to protect designated uses which may include general statements (narrative) and specific numerical values (i.e., concentrations of contaminants and water quality characteristics).