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Volunteer Lake Assessment Program Individual Lake Reports Monomonac Lake, Rindge 2020 Data Summary

Recommended Actions: Great job sampling in 2020! Lake quality is generally representative of mesotrophic, or average conditions, however algal growth tends to fluctuate above the threshold for mesotrophic lakes. A storm event in July during drought conditions resulted in higher phosphorus and turbidity levels at several tributary stations indicating potential impacts from stormwater runoff.

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Navian Project Update, December 15th, 2020

Navian Project Update December 15th, 2020 Merry Christmas and happy Holidays to all our friends on the lake. I’d like to offer an update on what has become a rapidly moving target, ie the Navian Project. First bit of good news is that the project managers have reduced the size of the development to 59 […]

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VLAP – Volunteer Lake Assessment Program

Have you ever wondered how a state with over 800 public lakes and ponds and eight aquatic biologists can evaluate water quality? It would be impossible without the help of dedicated state-wide volunteers who offer their time to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES). Monomonac’s volunteers are part of a network that works […]

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