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000014045 037__ $$a3634
000014045 041__ $$aEnglish
000014045 100__ $$aKeenan, D.
000014045 245__ $$aSouth Lake Tahoe monitoring project: Citizen volunteer water quality monitoring
000014045 260__ $$c2008
000014045 260__ $$b2008 Annual Data Report: Prepared by Dan Keenan Sierra Nevada Alliance December 2008 http://www.sierranevadaalliance.org/publications/db/pics/1229722392_31834.f_pdf.pdf 
000014045 490__ $$aReport
000014045 507__ $$aMFOLL
000014045 520__ $$aThe South Lake Tahoe Monitoring Project was formed to assess the health of the local watershed in terms of water quality by examining legacy impacts of human disturbance, current watershed impacts, and efforts put forth to restore and protect the watershed. According to Rowe and others (2001) and Lake Tahoe Interagency Monitoring Program (LTIMP) results, the Upper Truckee River watershed has the highest nutrient and suspended sediment loads in the Truckee River watershed.  Therefore there is aneed for water quality monitoring in the South Lake Tahoe region of the Truckee River Watershed. The South Lake Tahoe Monitoring Project works collaboratively with other monitoring agencies to coordinate efforts and share information. The project also functions as a local watershed stewardship and education group. With citizen monitoring, a bridge is formed between the gap of citizen involvement and scientific research. Monitoring gets citizens involved in the process and also educates them on what significant water quality parameters are and what influences them.
000014045 653__ $$alakes
000014045 653__ $$aresearch
000014045 653__ $$aUnited States
000014045 653__ $$awatershed management
000014045 650__ $$aNatural resource management
000014045 650__ $$aWatershed management
000014045 691__ $$aNatural resource management
000014045 691__ $$aWatershed management
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000014045 8564_ $$uhttp://lib.icimod.org/record/14045/files/3634.pdf
000014045 980__ $$aREPORT