Biological survey of Riley Lake

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Michalski, M. F. P.

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Ontario Ministry of the Environment

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Early in October, 1968, representatives of the Department of Municipal Affairs and Michael Hough Associates Limited, Landscape Architects and Site Planners, requested that a biological survey be conducted on Riley Lake in connection with a shoreline capability study. The purpose of the survey was: (1) to determine the existing physical and chemical conditions, nutrient levels and corresponding standing crops of algae in Riley Lake; (2) to provide a basis for considering the relationships between water quality and the recognized uses of this lake.

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Ontario Ministry of the Environment
Biological Surveys/Investigations Reports

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water quality, biological survey, water chemistry, nutrients, algae, phytoplankton, eutrophication

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