concentration of Chlorophyll a (8.80 ug/L) measured in Lake Island Ford attest the need for better lake management practices. FCCDR’s adapted diagnostic lake assessment protocol is a low-cost method providing stakeholders with the data necessary to better manage our lakes and lake-centered watersheds.
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Canfield, D.E., Jr. (1983). “Prediction of chlorophyll a concentrations in Florida lakes; the importance of phosphorus and nitrogen.” Gainesville, FL.
Ecochard, J.B., Heyman, W.D., Requena, N., Cuevas, E., Biasi, F. B. (2003). “Case Study: Mapping Half Moon Caye’s Reef Using the Adaptive Bathymetric System.”
Hanlon, S.G., Hoyer, M.V., Cichra, C.E., Canfield, D.E., Jr. (1983). “Evaluation of macrophyte control in 38 Florida lakes using triploid grass carp.” Gainesville, FL.
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