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Some of the people involved in the former Crystal Lake Watershed Fund.

Mr. Bill Decker and Dr. Stacy L. Daniels

Dr. Stacy L. Daniels collecting during an aquatic weed survey

Paul Murphy collecting during an aquatic weed survey

Paul Murphy collecting lake bottom sediment (Balchek corer)

Paul Murphy collecting lake bottom sediment (Balchek corer)

Paul Murphy at D3 deep water site 168 feet

Paul Murphy collecting invertebrates with a plankton net.

Dr. Stacy L. Daniels collecting data with the Hydrolab H2O (R) multiprobe for measuring depth, temperature, DO, conductivity, redox, and turbidity. Deep water profile at a depth of 158 feet.

Paul Murphy working with the Hydrolab H2O (R) multiprobe for measuring
depth, temperature, DO, conductivity, redox, and turbidity.

Hugh Walton late March 1997 on Crystal Lake with the Hydrolab H2O (R) multiprobe for measuring depth, temperature, DO, conductivity, redox, and turbidity. Deep water profile at a depth of 158 feet.

Paul Murphy late March 1997 on Crystal Lake with the Hydrolab H2O (R) multiprobe for measuring depth, temperature, DO, conductivity, redox, and turbidity. Deep water profile at a depth of 158 feet.

Hugh Walton late March 1997 on Crystal Lake with the Hydrolab H2O (R) multiprobe for measuring depth, temperature, DO, conductivity, redox, and turbidity. Deep water profile at a depth of 158 feet.



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References

Watershedware

Selected Web Links

Photographs