Meeting Date: March 24, 2014

Agenda Item No:

Kitsap County Board of Commissioners
Department: Commissioners Office
Staff Contact: Eric Baker, Special Projects Manager
Title: Lake Management District for Long Lake Resolution
Recommended Action: Approve Resolution setting a public hearing on a Lake Management District
for Long Lake
Summary:
Long Lake has been suffering for years with significant water quality issues that
have promoted the growth of invasive aquatic plants and toxic algae blooms.
These issues come from past land use practices on shoreline and upland lots,
surrounding soil conditions and natural lake processes. These have been
addressed in the past through state-funded management activities to reduce the
accessibility of phosphorous and other nutrients within Long Lake. To fund future
management activities, private funding will be necessary. To this end, the
community and Kitsap County is proposing a lake management district for
properties surrounding the Lake. Through annual assessments, properties within
the proposed District boundary may fund lake management activities shown in the
attached scope of work. Approval of such a District first requires a public hearing
noticed to all property owners within the boundary and then a mail election of
these same property owners. Only after majority approval at such an election can
a District be formed to fund these improvements.
Attachments:

1) Resolution w/ Attachments

Fiscal Impact
Expenditure required for this specific action:
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Total cost including all related costs:
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Related Revenue:
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Total Fiscal Impact:
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Source of Funds:
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Department
Parks Department
Public Works
Contract Number

Departmental Coordination
Representative
Recommendation/Comments
Jim Dunwiddie
Jon Brand
Contract Information
Date Original
Amount of Original Total Amount of
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Amended Contract
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Approved

RESOLUTION _____
INTENTION TO FORM LAKE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT NO. 3 FOR LONG LAKE
WHEREAS, Kitsap County’s lakes provide environmental, recreational, economic and aesthetic
benefits to the residents of Kitsap County, nearby property owners and the region; and
WHEREAS, Long Lake is Kitsap’s largest lake, with substantial recreational and economic value from
its shoreline improvements including a Kitsap County park and public boat launch; and
WHEREAS, the condition of Long Lake has been affected by decades of shoreline and watershed
land uses as well as natural lake and soil conditions; and
WHEREAS, Long Lake’s water quality issues have fueled toxic algae blooms and invasive species of
water plants; and
WHEREAS, these algae blooms are harmful to the public, pets and wildlife often requiring the
closure of the lake by the Kitsap Health District for recreational uses; and
WHEREAS, these invasive species of plants affect recreational uses including swimming and boating
as well as creating additional water quality issues through their natural processes; and
WHEREAS, these various issues are not amenable to a single remedy and will require ongoing
maintenance to address their impacts; and
WHEREAS, past maintenance efforts within the Lake, such as water quality testing and alum
treatments, have made significant progress in reducing levels of phosphorous and other nutrients that led
to algae blooms and the expansion of invasive vegetation; and
WHEREAS, these prior efforts were funded through 2010 by a $1 million capital expenditure by the
Washington State legislature; and
WHEREAS, the Kitsap County Surface and Storm Water Division and Kitsap Public Health District
have expended significant resources in addressing contaminant discharges within the watershed that have
contributed to Long Lake’s issues; and
WHEREAS, property owners along the Long Lake shoreline, with special shoreline access or within a
close proximity of the Lake enjoy great economic, recreational and aesthetical benefits from the Lake;
WHEREAS, the Citizens for Improving Long Lake (CILL) and other community groups have worked
with Kitsap County, Washington State and the community for over 20 years to increase awareness of lake
issues and promote the funding for past efforts; and
WHEREAS, CILL, in collaboration with TetraTech, have proposed a 10-year lake management
strategy to address water quality issues and reduce the growth of toxic algae and invasive species; and

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WHEREAS, this strategy has been reviewed by the Kitsap Health District and other Kitsap agencies
for its applicability to the Lake’s issues; and
WHEREAS, this strategy carries a cost of $956,000 for the 10-year period; and
WHEREAS, Washington State statutes, RCW 36.61.010 et seq., authorize the creation of a Lake
Management District (LMD), including special assessments to address lake and beach issues; and
WHEREAS, such a District may engage in maintenance activities including improving water quality
and/or controlling or removing aquatic vegetation; and
WHEREAS, the formation of a LMD requires many steps including the establishment of a specific
boundary, determining special assessment amounts, public hearings and ultimately a vote of the property
owners with a specified district boundary; and
WHEREAS, Washington State officials have indicated that the formation of a LMD is a prerequisite
to acquiring any future state funding of algae and invasive species management.
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:
1. Intent to From LMD. The Kitsap County Board of County Commissioners intends to form Lake
Management District No. 3 for Long Lake.
2. Nature of Activities Proposed to be Financed under the LMD. The issues affecting Long Lake are
predominantly excess phosphorus and other nutrients from adjacent and nearby land uses, ongoing loading
from existing lake vegetation and surrounding soil conditions. These conditions, their impacts to the Lake
and its uses and past efforts to enhance and maintain water quality are fully described in the December
2010, Final Report on Water Quality 2006-2010 (Attachment A).
Based on the findings of the December 2010 Report, future activities have been identified. A future LMD
will implement specific management efforts including, but not limited to:





Long-term water quality monitoring
Phosphorus inactivation through sediment large treatment and annual water column stripping
Aquatic plant management
Planning and permitting of maintenance activities
Public education and outreach through public meetings and school programs
Overall project management and transparent reporting.

Additional specific information regarding the LMD’s proposed maintenance activities are included in the
Lake Management Scope of Work (Attachment B), attached hereto and incorporated herein by this
reference.
3. Funding of the LMD through Special Assessments. Based upon the proposed actions included in
the Scope of Work, ongoing maintenance activities in Long Lake will cost an average of $95,600 annually
over a 10-year period, totaling $956,000. The proposed LMD is intended to fund these costs in their
entirety.
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4. Proposed Boundaries and Annual Assessments of the LMD. The boundary of the Long Lake LMD
was developed to take into consideration properties with shoreline adjacency, special shoreline access or
close proximity to the Lake. The properties within the boundary are estimated to receive certain benefits
from the Lake and its amenities and/or have potentially impacted its health with past land use activities.
The proposed boundary is shown in Attachment C, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this
reference, and is color-coded based upon:


Properties adjacent to the shoreline – Class I (green parcels)
Properties with special access rights to the Lake – Class II (blue parcels)
Properties in close proximity to the Lake and its amenities – Class III (yellow parcels)

Annual assessments for each property classification within the LMD boundary to fund the activities located
in the Scope of Work (Attachment B) shall be as follows:


Properties with shoreline adjacency – Class I (green parcels) = $252.00
Properties with special access rights to the lake – Class II (blue parcels) = $144.00
Properties in close proximity to the Lake and its amenities – Class III (yellow parcels) = $50.00

5. Duration of Lake Management District. Assessments to properties within the district shall be paid
annually. The assessments shall be imposed over a 10-year period (2014 to 2023).
6. Public Hearing regarding the Formation of the Lake Management District. A public hearing on the
proposal to form an LMD for Long Lake shall be held on April 28th at 5:30PM in the Commissioners
Chambers at the Kitsap County Administration Building located at 619 Division Street, Port Orchard, WA.
Resolved this ___ day of _____________, 2014.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
KITSAP COUNTY, WASHINGTON
__________________________________
CHARLOTTE GARRIDO, Chair
__________________________________
ROBERT GELDER, Commissioner

ATTEST:

__________________________________
LINDA STREISSGUTH, Commissioner

___________________________
Dana Daniels, Clerk of the Board

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ATTACHMENT A

Final Report on Long Lake Water Quality
2006-2010

December 2010
Kitsap, WA

Prepared for:
Kitsap County and CILL

Prepared by:
Tetra Tech, Inc.
1420 Fifth Ave, Suite 550
Seattle, WA 98101

Acknowledgement
CENTENNIAL CLEAN WATER FUND/CLEAN WATER ACT SECTION 319 GRANT /
STATE REVOLVING FUND
Grant Recipient: Kitsap County
Grant Number: G0600178
Project Title: Long Lake Integrated Management Program
Funding: Total Budget: $950,000
Project Period: Start date 1/13/06 End date 12/31/2010
Department of Ecology Contacts:
Tricia Shoblom, Grant Manager,
Northwest Regional Office
(425) 649-7288
TSHO461@ECY.WA.GOV
Sean Mellon
Water Quality Grants and Loans Manger Department of Ecology,
Phone: (360) 407-6570
sean.mellon@ecy.wa.gov
Kitsap County Project Manager:
Dana Coggon
(360) 307-4242
dcoggon@co.kitsap.wa.us
CILL (Citizens for Improving Long Lake)
Ken Spohn, President CILL
(206) 755-9443
Tetra Tech Project Team:
1420 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 728-9655
Harry Gibbons, PhD
Gene Welch, PhD
Kari Kimura
Shannon Brattebo
Adam Baines
Ryan Gibbons
Robert Plotnikoff
Justin Nodolf
Sherry McClain

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................................................................................1

2.

RESTORATION HISTORY .............................................................................................................................1

3.

METHODS .........................................................................................................................................................5

4.

RESULTS ...........................................................................................................................................................9

ALGAE AND WATER QUALITY ........................................................................................................................................9
PHOSPHORUS MASS BALANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 17
AQUATIC: PLANT MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................................. 24
5.

DISCUSSION ................................................................................................................................................... 31

6.

SUMMARY ...................................................................................................................................................... 33

7.

RECOMMENDATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 34

8.

REFERENCES ................................................................................................................................................. 35

APPENDIX A – FIELD DATA ................................................................................................................................ 36
APPENDIX B – LABORATORY DATA ................................................................................................................ 66
APPENDIX C – PHYTOPLANKTON DATA ........................................................................................................ 78
APPENDIX D – PHOSPHORUS BUDGET.......................................................................................................... 151
APPENDIX E ALUM TREATMENT SUMMARY ............................................................................................. 160
APPENDIX F HERBICIDE TREATMENTS SUMMARY ................................................................................ 162

TABLE OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1. LOCATION MAP OF LONG LAKE. ....................................................................................................................3
FIGURE 2. MEAN WHOLE-LAKE SUMMER (JUNE-SEPTEMBER) TP, CHL AND SECCHI TRANSPARENCY FOR GROUPS OF
STUDY YEARS BEFORE AND AFTER THREE ALUM TREATMENTS IN LONG LAKE, KITSAP. PRE 2006 DATA FROM
WELCH (1996). DATA FOR 2006 SERVES AS A PARTIAL REFERENCE FOR POST-ALUM YEARS 2007-2010. ............4
FIGURE 3. SUMMER (JUNE-SEPTEMBER) MEANS FOR WHOLE-LAKE TP, CHL AND TRANSPARENCY (SECCHI DISC DEPTH)
DURING THE 25 YEARS OF MONITORING LONG LAKE. ........................................................................................... 7
FIGURE 4. LONG LAKE, KITSAP COUNTY, SHOWING WATER SAMPLING LOCATIONS AND TRIBUTARY STREAMS. ............9
FIGURE 5. MEAN WHOLE LAKE SURFACE TP CONCENTRATIONS IN LONG LAKE AND IN THE PRINCIPAL INFLOW STREAM
DURING 2006-2010. THE LOW DOSE (2.5 MG/L AL) ALUM TREATMENT OCCURRED 8/1-4/06 AND THE HIGH DOSE
(17.5 MG/L AL) DURING 4/11-14/07. .................................................................................................................. 11
FIGURE 6. SURFACE TP AND CHL AT THE MID-LAKE STATION IN LONG LAKE, AND INFLOW TP DURING SPRINGSUMMER 2006-2010. ........................................................................................................................................... 13
FIGURE 7. PHYTOPLANKTON CELL CONCENTRATION AT THE MIDLAKE STATION AT 1.M DEPTH DURING 2006 THROUGH
2010. .................................................................................................................................................................. 15
FIGURE 8. PHYTOPLANKTON CELL VOLUME (BIOMASS) AT THE MID-LAKE STATION AT 1 METER DEPTH DURING 2006
THROUGH 2010. .................................................................................................................................................. 16
FIGURE 9. LONG LAKE TOTAL PHOSPHORUS INFLOWS, 2006. ..................................................................................... 19
FIGURE 10. LONG LAKE TOTAL PHOSPHORUS INFLOWS, 2007. ................................................................................... 20
FIGURE 11. LONG LAKE TOTAL PHOSPHORUS INFLOWS, 2008. ................................................................................... 21
FIGURE 12. LONG LAKE TOTAL PHOSPHORUS INFLOWS, 2009. ................................................................................... 22
FIGURE 13. LONG LAKE TOTAL PHOSPHORUS INFLOWS, 2010. ................................................................................... 23
FIGURE 14. LONG LAKE AQUATIC PLANT MAP SPRING 2006 & TREATMENT ZONES FOR 2006 IN SUMMER................... 26

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FIGURE 15. LONG LAKE AQUATIC PLANT MAP SUMMER 2006 & PROPOSED TREATMENT ZONES FOR 2007. ................. 27
FIGURE 16. LONG LAKE AQUATIC PLANT MAP FALL 2007 AND PROPOSED TREATMENT ZONES FOR 2008. ................... 28
FIGURE 17. LONG LAKE AQUATIC MAP FALL 2008 AND PROPOSED TREATMENT ZONES FOR 2009. .............................. 29
FIGURE 18. LONG LAKE AQUATIC MAP 2010. ............................................................................................................... 30

LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 1. WATER QUALITY MONITORING PARAMETER. .................................................................................................8
TABLE 2. SUMMER NET INTERNAL P LOADING IN LONG LAKE .................................................................................... 18
TABLE 3. AQUATIC PLANT SPECIES OBSERVED IN LONG LAKE IN 2008 AND 2009. ..................................................... 31

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1.

Introduction

This report covers five years (2006-2010) of monitoring water quality and managing rooted
aquatic plants (macrophytes) in Long Lake, Kitsap County (Figure 1). The water quality data
shows the lake's response to two alum treatments: a low dose during summer 2006 and a second,
high dose during spring 2007.

The low dose was designed to strip the water column of

phosphorus to minimize that summer's algae bloom, while the purpose of the high dose was to
inactivate mobile phosphorus (P) in the sediment for long-term control.

Some sediment

inactivation benefit probably resulted from the low-dose as well. Therefore, there are now four
years of post-alum lake quality data to compare with the nearly pre-treatment conditions in 2006.
However, the low dose in August 2006 minimized the late summer increase in total phosphorus
(TP) that otherwise probably would have occurred. That is, the 2006 "pre-treatment" water
quality is likely not a worst-case condition that had occurred during the decade prior to 2006,
when complaints of large algal blooms arose and prompted action leading to this project.

The adaptive management plan for aquatic plants has been under way for five years. The
purpose is to control Brazilian Elodea (Egeria Densa) in recreational use zones and eradicate
Eurasian Water Milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) from the lake. This procedure was expected to
encourage less objectionable native plants to increase and replace Milfoil and Elodea. Brazilian
Elodea also occurs in deep, low-use areas of the lake and is considered to be beneficial because it
tends to inhibit sediment disturbance by wind and therefore minimize re-suspension of sediment
and recycling of re-suspension of phosphorus. (Jacoby et al., 2001).
2.

Restoration History

Long Lake was studied by personnel from the University of Washington for 20 consecutive years
from 1976 to 1995 to evaluate the effectiveness of several restoration techniques (Welch, 1996).
The lake water level was drawn down about 6 feet (1.8 m) during the summer of 1979 to
desiccate previously submersed rooted plants and to consolidate the flocculent sediment. While
lake sediment substantially dried in laboratory experiments, they failed to consolidate over the
40% of lake sediments exposed, because seepage water prevented sediment drying. Although
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exposed plants desiccated and biomass was low the following year (1980), they began to recover
by 1981 and were back to maximum biomass by 1984 (Jacoby et al., 1982). Also a small area in
the north end was dredged during the 1979 drawdown to widen and deepen the outlet although
this was too localized to affect internal phosphorus (P) loading throughout the lake.

The lake was treated to inactivate sediment P with alum in the fall of 1980 with a dose of 5.5
mg/L Al and again at the same time and concentration in 1991. In the mean time, rooted plants
were mowed with a harvester during the summer of 1988, 1989 and 1990, removing 10, 43 and
69% of the peak plant biomass per year, respectively.

The first alum treatment was highly effective for the first four years and maintained modest
water quality improvement on average for the next seven years, compared to pretreatment TP
(Figure 2). The high summer mean TPs of 69 and 78 µg/L, which occurred in 1977 and 1978,
did not recur during that eleven-year period, although TP and chlorophyll (chl) were rather high
(66 and 36 µg/L, respectively) in 1985, due mostly to a rooted plant-die-off, and in 1990 (55 and
40 µg/L), prior to the second alum treatment (Figure 3). These were the highest chl
concentrations during the twenty-year period. Note that transparency varied in inversely with
chl, with the highest transparency occurring with the lowest chl (Figure 3). Transparency also
varied directly with macrophyte biomass (Jacoby et al., 2001).

The second alum treatment was applied in late summer 1991 at 5.5 mg/L Al. The following
summer TP averaged only 20 µg/L, the lowest summer mean ever. The summer mean for the
four-year post treatment was slightly above 30 µg/L and chl averaged less than 10 µg/L, similar
to the four-year mean following the 1980 treatment (Figure 2).

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Figure 1. Location map of Long Lake.

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70

3.0

TP

ChL

Transparency

60

2.5

40
1.5
30
1.0
2007 alum (spring)

0.5

2010

2009

0.0

2008

2006

1992-1995

1985-1991

1976-1978

0

1981-1984

10

1991 alum (fall)

1980 alum (fall)

20

Transparency (m)

2.0

2007

TP and ChL (µg/L)

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Years

Figure 2. Mean whole-lake summer (June-September) TP, chl and Secchi transparency for groups of study
years before and after three alum treatments in Long Lake, Kitsap. Pre 2006 data from Welch (1996). Data
for 2006 serves as a partial reference for post-alum years 2007-2010.

Monitoring of the lake by UW ceased after 1995, but was resumed in 2006 as part of a long-term
project by Kitsap County and CILL to improve the lake’s quality. As part of the planned control
measures, alum was again added to the lake at a low dose of 2.5 mg/L Al during August 1-4,
2006 to achieve short term control of TP and minimize late summer algal blooms. Alum was
applied again during April 11-14, 2007 at a high dose of 17.5 mg/L Al, based on sediment P
concentration, for long-term control.

Sampling of Long Lake for the current long-term project by Kitsap County and CILL was
continued through 2010. Historical data were compared with 2006-2009 data in the annual
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report on Long Lake Water Quality, February 2010. For this report, 2010 data were integrated
with 2006-2009 data to show that summer TP is gradually increasing, but is still below the 2006
pretreatment level, while chl has remained well below pretreatment levels averaging less than 10
µg/L (Figure 2). Transparency has averaged about 0.5 m greater during the past four years than
the pretreatment depth of visibility in 2006.

Possible causes for trends in trophic state indicator levels will be discussed. The findings
reported in the 2010 report are to a large extent repeated here so this report treats all years
comprehensively.
3.

Methods

Water samples were collected from three parts (north, middle, south; Figure 4) of the lake and
from the inflow on a roughly three-week basis during the summer and monthly the rest of the
year. Samples were analyzed for TP, soluble reactive P (SRP), chlorophyll (chl), algal cell and
biomass (cell volume) concentration, and percent biomass composition.

Phosphorus was

determined to 2 µg/L and chl to 0.1 µg/L according to APHA (1998). Secchi transparency was
also determined along with dissolved oxygen (DO), temperature, conductivity and pH. Some
constituents were volume-weighted assuming that the three sample sites represented,
respectively, 15% (north), 50% (middle) and 35% (south) of the whole lake, for comparison with
historical means.

Water quality parameters and field observation were recorded by field technicians during each
sampling event. A summary of the procedures used during each event has been outlined below:

In-situ Water Quality Data Collection - In-situ data for temperature, pH, and DO were collected
using a Hydrolab MS5 multiprobe water quality sampling instrument. Calibration and sampling
was performed per the manufacturer's specifications (Hach, 2006). There were no recorded
problems with the calibration. The Hydrolab MS5 multiprobe was lowered through the water
column either by hand or a reel system and measurements were recorded every meter. Secchi
transparency (depth) was measured using Ecology’s Citizen’s Guide to Understanding and
Monitoring Lakes and Streams protocol (Michaud, 1994).

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Water Quality Grab Samples for Lab Analysis - Water quality grab samples for laboratory
analysis of TP, SRP, and chl were collected with a 3.2-liter vertical Van-Dorn bottle. Samples
were collected in polyethylene bottles previously acid (HCl) washed and rinsed with distilledwater. The Van-Dorn and sampling bottles were rinsed several times with lake water to minimize
cross contamination between sampling stations. Table 1 summarizes the containers, preservation
techniques, as well as recommended maximum holding times for samples. A small amount of
magnesium carbonate was added to the chl sample bottles for preservation and filtering
efficiency.

Phytoplankton Samples - Recommended sample sizes, containers, preservation techniques, and
holding times for phytoplankton are listed in Table 1. Samples were collected at 1-meter below
the surface with a Van-Dorn bottle, concurrently with other in-situ water quality samples,
preserved with Lugol’s solution and subsequently sent to a taxonomist for analysis.

Flow Measurements - Measurements of discharge were recorded using a Marsh
McBirney Flo-mate 2000 Portable Flowmeter. Calibration of the meter was conducted in
accordance with the user manual (Marsh-McBirney, 1990). Discharge measurements
were recorded using protocol established by the US Geological Survey (Rantz et al.,
1983).

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100

3.5

90
3
80
2.5

60
2
50
1.5

Secchi (m)

TP/ChLa (µg/L)

70

40

30

1

20
0.5
10

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

1990

1989

1988

1987

1986

1985

1984

1983

1982

1981

1980

1979

1978

1977

0
1976

0

Year
TP (µg/L)

Chl_a (µg/L)

Secchi (m)

Figure 3. Summer (June-September) means for whole-lake TP, chl and transparency (Secchi disc depth)
during the 25 years of monitoring Long Lake.

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Table 1. Water Quality Monitoring Parameter.

Parameters

Sample
Container

Sample
Volume

Detection
Limit

Chlorophyll-a

Polyethylene

1,000 ml

±0.0001
mg/L

Nutrients
(SRP)

Polyethylene

Nutrients (TP)

Polyethylene

100-250
ml
100-250
ml

±0.002
mg/L
±0.002
mg/L

Phytoplankton

Polyethylene

500 ml

---

Recommended
Holding Time

Maximum
Holding
Time

24 hours for
filtration/freezi
ng

28 days
frozen/filter
ed sample

Cool, 4ºC

24 hours

24 hours

Cool, 4ºC

48 hours

28 days

Cool, 4ºC
Preserve
Lugol’s
solution

60 days

6 months

Preservation
Saturated
MgCO3 in
sample w/o
filter.

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Figure 4. Long Lake, Kitsap County, showing water sampling locations and tributary streams.

4.

Results

Algae and Water Quality
The summer of 2006 represented a reference point from which to judge the effect of
management actions in Long Lake. However, summer average TP was not exceptionally high
during 2006, compared to the past pre-alum years (Figure 2). That was partly due to TP
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reduction by the August low-dose alum treatment. Nevertheless, large algal blooms did occur in
July and August of that year.

The addition of the low dose of alum during August 1-4, 2006 was less effective than expected.
While mean TP gradually declined following the treatment (Figure 5), chl subsequently reached
a high peak of 55 µg/L on August 14 and was still 43 mg/L on September 6. Nevertheless, TP
did not continue to increase during August and September, 2006 (Figure 5). The ineffectiveness
of alum stripping of the water column to a lower TP level (to 20 µg/L or less) may have been due
to the time needed to treat the lake. Treatment was expected to take one day but five days were
necessary. Even if the water column were effectively stripped in one day in a section, nominally
one-fifth of the lake, wind would have tended to redistribute algae and their P and chl from other
parts of the lake into the treated section by the following day.

Cyanobacteria are highly

susceptible to transport by wind because they are buoyant and tend to accumulate at the surface.
The high-dose alum treatment in April 2007 was over three times that applied in 1980 and 1991.
The purpose of this treatment was to inactivate sediment P and thereby reduce internal loading.
That the sediments are a major source of P during the summer is illustrated by comparing the
inflow TP concentration with the lake concentration in 2006 (Figure 5). If the whole lake,
summer mean TP concentration were due to the inflow only, then the lake concentration would
have been less than one half or two thirds of the inflow (36 µg/L), with the difference due to TP
lost to sedimentation. However, the lake concentration averaged 37 µg/L, so the difference (37 –
18 or 24 µg/L) was due to internal loading. Inflow-outflow mass balance analyses during pretreatment years in the 1970s showed that 50% of the summer TP loading was internal (Welch
and Jacoby, 2001). As those data show, maximum TP concentrations in the lake were usually
over 100 µg/L during summer in the 1970s, due mostly to internal loading. Without the August
low dose alum treatment, maximum TP may well have been that high in 2006.

During summer 2007, after the high-dose alum treatment, lake TP concentrations were well
below inflow concentrations, because internal loading had been largely curtailed (Figure 5). The
treatment was highly effective, reducing TP to about the same level as in 1992, the year after the
last full treatment (20, versus 21 µg/L in 2007; Figure 3). Correspondingly, chl concentrations

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for 1992 and 2007 were low at, respectively, 4 and 5 µg/L, although, average transparency was 3
m in 1992 and only 1.9 m in 2007 (Figure 3).

Summer TP concentrations continued to be much lower than the inflow concentration in 2008,
2009 and 2010, despite much higher inflow concentrations that were over 100 µg/L during fall
and winter of 2008-2009 (Figure 5). While, high inflow in August 2008 may have partially
caused the summer peak in the lake, the inflow did not reach such high concentrations in 2010,
yet lake TP remained at about the same level as in 2009 (Figure 5). Therefore, lake TP is rather
insensitive to large short-term fluctuations in inflow concentration.

Figure 5. Mean whole lake surface TP concentrations in Long Lake and in the principal inflow stream during
2006-2010. The low dose (2.5 mg/L Al) alum treatment occurred 8/1-4/06 and the high dose (17.5 mg/L Al)
during 4/11-14/07.

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The whole-lake, mean surface TP concentration (weighed for volume) during the summers of
2008, 2009 and 2010 has progressively increased over that in 2007, subsequent to the 2007
spring alum treatment (Figure 2, 3). Surface mean TP was still near the goal of 30 µg/L in 2010,
which is less than half the level in 1976 – 1978, before any treatment of the lake (Figure 2, 3).
Moreover, the four-year mean TP in 2007-2010 is less than the four-year means following alum
treatments in 1980 and 1991. That may be due to the higher total dose of 20 mg/L Al in 2006 and
2007 than those earlier doses (5.5 mg/L Al). Also, the low dose treatment in August 2006
probably minimized the summer mean TP in 2006. That is, had 2006 been a true non-treatment,
reference year, without the alum low dose, 2006 mean TP would probably have been higher,
resulting in a greater high dose effectiveness.

Except for single samples in each of 2008, 2009 and 2010, all summer values for TP were at or
below the goal of 30 µg/L (Figure 6). The higher-than-30 µg/L TPs during summer 2006 were
the result of internal loading and have not recurred the past four years. This means that the alum
treatment has reduced internal loading and that the treatment has persisted.

Mean whole-lake summer chl increased from 2007 to 2009, but was lower in 2010 despite the
increase in TP content (Figure 2). Summer mean chl has remained less than one half the 2006
level and less then the post alum treatments in 1980 and 1991 (Figure 2, 3). However, summer
maximum chl levels were higher in 2009 than in 2007-2008, but the 2009 mean was still less
than one half the 2006 mean (Figure 2, 6).

The risk for algal blooms to be composed of buoyant, nuisance cyanobacterial species is much
reduced if the summer mean chl is less than 10 µg/L (Downing at al., 2001). Note that the
whole-lake summer mean chls in 2007-2010 were all less than half the 2006 level (Figure 2), and
there were no massive blooms those years (Figure 6). That is in contrast to the maximums of 55
µg/L chl and 180,000 cells/ml (“pea soup”) in 2006 when mean chl was nearly 30 µg/L (Figures
2, 6). The highest maximum since treatment was in 2009 when mean chl was also highest at 14
µg/L (Figures 2 and 6).

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Figure 6. Surface TP and chl at the mid-lake station in Long Lake, and inflow TP during spring-summer
2006-2010.

Another approach to evaluate treatment effectiveness is to compare inflow TP concentration with
lake concentration. If there were no internal P loading (i.e., no internal source from bottom
sediment), then average lake TP concentration should equal average in flow concentration, minus
loss to the sediment. Since the time needed for inflows to replace the lake’s volume is only 0.2
of a year, lake TP concentration should reach equilibrium with inflow concentration in less than
a year. So lake concentration should be less than inflow TP without internal loading.

Note the relatively slight and delayed effect of the spikes in inflow TP on lake TP during
August–September, 2008 (Figure 6). Such higher inflow concentrations would need to persist
much longer to substantially raise the lake TP level because the accumulation of inflow volume
over a short time is much less than the lake volume. Those spikes in inflow TP may have been
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partly responsible for the higher average summer TP concentrations than that in 2007. Thus, the
higher 2008 TP was probably not all due to decreased effectiveness of alum.

Average, flow-weighted inflow TP concentration has historically been around 35-40 µg/L, which
is consistent with levels observed during 2006–2010 (Figures 5 and 6). Accounting for loss to
sediment, the mean summer lake concentration on average should be between about 20 and 25
µg/L. Since lake concentration averaged below 25 µg/L during the summers of 2007-2010
(Figure 2), most of the source of lake TP must have come from the inflow, with little coming
from the internal sediment source. The alum addition in spring 2007 appears to have largely
arrested the internal P source. However, the gradual increase in summer mean TP, exceeding 30
µg/L in 2010, indicates that some of the TP may now be coming from sediments. Without further
treatment, lake TP will probably increase gradually over the next several years, although the
2007 treatment should last longer, given the more than 3-fold greater dose in 2007 than for the
two earlier treatments in 1980 and 1991.

During the summer of 2006, the reference "pretreatment" year, the total average algal biomass
was 10.5 mm³/L, 4.9 mm³/L of which was cyanobacteria (formerly called blue green algae) at an
average cell density of 53,500 /ml (Figures 7 and 8). That is the group that contains taxa that
produce toxins. During September 2006, cyanobacteria bloom represented 70% of the algal
biomass with a maximum cell density of 130,000 /ml.

The World Heath organization

recommends careful surveillance if cell abundance exceeds 10,000/ml, due to the potential of
toxic bloom events occurring.

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140,000

120,000

Phytoplankton Cells/mL

100,000

80,000

60,000

40,000

20,000

Cyanophyta

Chlorophyta

Chrysophyta

Cryptophyta

Euglenophyta

11/24/2010

9/24/2010

7/24/2010

5/24/2010

3/24/2010

1/24/2010

11/24/2009

9/24/2009

7/24/2009

5/24/2009

3/24/2009

1/24/2009

9/24/2008

Date

11/24/2008

7/24/2008

5/24/2008

3/24/2008

1/24/2008

11/24/2007

9/24/2007

7/24/2007

5/24/2007

3/24/2007

1/24/2007

11/24/2006

9/24/2006

7/24/2006

5/24/2006

3/24/2006

1/24/2006

0

Pyrrhophyta

Figure 7. Phytoplankton cell concentration at the midlake station at 1.m depth during 2006 through 2010.

In summer 2007, after the high-dose alum treatment, cyanobacteria averaged only 18% of
biomass at 0.32 mm³/L with a cell concentration of 11,400/ml and were comprised of small, nonnuisance, non-toxic taxa (Figures 7 and 8). Cell and biomass concentrations in 2007 were one
fifth and one fifteenth those in 2006.

More importantly, maximum cell density of these

cyanobacteria in 2007 was much less at 45,000 /ml – one third the level in 2006 (Figure 7).
Therefore, cyanobacteria were no longer dominant.

The cell and biomass concentrations of cyanobacteria during the summers of 2008, 2009 and
2010 continued to be much reduced from that in 2006 (Figure 7 and 8). Concentrations had
increased slightly in 2009, but were back down in 2010, consistent with chl (Figure 2). Also,
cyanobacteria were still sub-dominant in summer, with average biomass and cell concentrations
for cyanobacteria in 2008, 2009 and 2010 of 0.55, 2.8 and 0.80 mm³/L and 9,600, 7,800 and
10,000/ml, respectively (Figure 7 and 8). Cyanobacteria averaged 14.7, 33.7 and 19.4 % of
biomass for those years.

The risk of plankton algae to be dominated by cyanobacteria increases with the TP and algae
(chl) concentration, which reflects the dependence of algae on TP. So reducing TP is the
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effective way to not only reduce total algal biomass but also the fraction composed of
cyanobacteria and the possibility of bloom toxicity. This is apparently what happened in Long
Lake following the alum treatment.
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24

22

20

Phytoplankton (Mm3/L)

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

Chlorophyta

Chrysophyta

Cryptophyta

Euglenophyta

11/24/2010

9/24/2010

7/24/2010

5/24/2010

3/24/2010

1/24/2010

11/24/2009

9/24/2009

7/24/2009

5/24/2009

3/24/2009

1/24/2009

11/24/2008

Date

9/24/2008

7/24/2008

5/24/2008

3/24/2008

1/24/2008

9/24/2007

Cyanophyta

11/24/2007

7/24/2007

5/24/2007

3/24/2007

1/24/2007

11/24/2006

9/24/2006

7/24/2006

5/24/2006

3/24/2006

1/24/2006

0

Pyrrhophyta

Figure 8. Phytoplankton cell volume (biomass) at the mid-lake station at 1 meter depth during 2006 through
2010.

Mean, whole-lake summer transparency decreased slightly during 2007 to 2009, and then
increased in 2010, consistent with changes in mean chl. Transparency is still well above that in
2006 (Figure 2, 3). Pretreatment transparency in 2006 was even lower than in 1976–1978 before
any treatment (Figure 2, 3). However, transparency was not as high in 2007, after the alum
treatment as it was following the 1980 and 1991 treatments (Figure 3). Long Lake contains
naturally occurring algal substances that impart a brown color to the water. That may lower
transparency at times, even if chl is low, especially during high flow in winter.

Dissolved oxygen decreased to around 4 mg/L near the lake bottom on a couple of occasions
during summer 2006 and down to 1-2 mg/L during 2007-2010. At the times of blooms in 2006,
pH levels exceeded 8 but never reached 9. In pretreatment years (1977-1978), pH reached levels
of 9.3-10.3 during algal blooms (Welch, 1996). In 2008-2010, pH levels above 8 occurred, but

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were fewer. Therefore, alum treatments have lowered photosynthetic activity – the cause for high
pH levels.
Phosphorus Mass Balance
Mass balances for TP were completed for all five years (Appendix D). The relative contributions
from the various sources are graphically shown in Figures 9-13.

Net internal loading was calculated for the summer (June-September) period, as was done for
most years between 1936 and 1992 (Table 2). Internal loading was well over 100 kg during the
pretreatment summer of 1973-1978; but had decreased markedly after the first alum treatment
(Table 2). Internal loading was zero after the 1992 treatment. The 62 kg in 2006 is probably an
underestimate because in-lake TP concentrations decreased after the August low-dose alum
treatment (see earlier discussions). Nevertheless, subsequent internal loading was much reduced
from 2006, and was zero in 2009 and 2010 (Table 2 and Figures 9-13). These are encouraging
signs that the 2007 high-dose, alum treatment may persist longer than the previous two low doses
in 1980 and 1991.

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Table 2. Summer Net Internal P Loading in Long Lake

Year
1977
1978
1981
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010

Summer Net
Internal P Loading
(kg)
164.7
189.4
Alum
35.7
127.9
54.2
94.9
90.6
13.2
83.2
53.6
Alum
0.0
62*
Alum
16.0
41.0
0.0
1.0

* Lower than actual due to August, low-dose alum treatment

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Direct P Load (kg)
2

Internal TP Load
(kg)
66

Direct P Load
(kg)
47

Septic Tank Load (kg)
106

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
147

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
57

Internal TP Load (kg)
62

GW TP Load (kg)
141
Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
246

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
38

Septic Tank Load (kg)
35

GW TP Load
(kg)
15

ANNUAL

SUMMER

Figure 9. Long Lake Total Phosphorus Inflows, 2006.

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Direct P Load (kg)
5

Direct P
Load
(kg)
Internal TP Load (kg)
37
65

Internal TP Load (kg)
16

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
161

Septic Tank Load (kg)
106

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
53

Septic Tank Load (kg)
35

GW TP Load (kg)
123

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
225

ANNUAL

GW TP Load (kg)
10
Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
20

SUMMER

Figure 10. Long Lake Total Phosphorus Inflows, 2007.

20

Ground Water Creek TP
Load (kg)
3.7

Direct P Load (kg)
26

Ground Water Creek TP
Load (kg)
1

Direct P Load (kg)
4

Internal TP Load
(kg)
56

Internal TP Load (kg)
41
Septic Tank Load (kg)
106

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
66

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
257
GW TP Load (kg)
75

Septic Tank Load (kg)
35

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
177

ANNUAL

GW TP
Load (kg)
10

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
35

SUMMER

Figure 11. Long Lake Total Phosphorus Inflows, 2008.

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Internal TP Load (kg)
1

Ground Water Creek TP
Load (kg)
5.5
Direct P
Load (kg)
35

Ground Water Creek TP
Load (kg)
1
Internal TP Load (kg)
0

Direct P Load (kg)
2

Septic Tank Load (kg)
106

Septic Tank Load (kg)
35

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
222

GW TP Load (kg)
92

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
54

GW TP Load (kg)
8

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
192

ANNUAL

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
18

SUMMER

Figure 12. Long Lake Total Phosphorus Inflows, 2009.

22

Ground Water Creek TP
Load (kg)
5.9

Internal TP Load (kg)
10
Direct P
Load (kg)
35

Ground Water Creek TP
Load (kg)
2
Internal TP Load (kg)
1

Direct P Load (kg)
5

Septic Tank Load (kg)
97
Septic Tank Load (kg)
35

Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
233

GW TP Load (kg)
83

GW TP Load (kg)
5
Salmonberry Creek TP
Load (kg)
91

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
18

Ungaged Surface TP Load
(kg)
173

ANNUAL

SUMMER

Figure 13. Long Lake Total Phosphorus Inflows, 2010.

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Aquatic: Plant Management
The adaptive plant management plan was designed to control the exotic plant Brazilian Elodea
(E. densa) in areas that interfere most with habitat and recreation as well as to eliminate Eurasian
water milfoil.

Also by design of management activities and application location, the less

nuisance causing, endemic species of pond weeds will re-establish in areas where non-native
plant have been controlled.

There was no attempt to eradicate Elodea because it protects

sediment from re-suspension and provides surface for nutrient trapping, resulting in low TP in
the south end. Removal of Elodea from the south end would risk increased internal P loading.
Moreover, Elodea does not reach the water surface throughout the lake so it does not markedly
interfere with boating, areas where it does interfere with recreation have been prioritized for
management activities.

Brazilian Elodea has apparently existed in the lake for 40 years. This plant was not noticeable in
the south end of the lake in the mid 1960s where endemic pond weeds were more abundant. The
exotic Elodea allegedly was introduced around 1970. During the 20-year study by UW, this
plant composed at least 2/3 of the total plant mass (dry weight) and much of that time over ¾ of
the biomass (Welch, 1996). In 1985, its abundance dropped to only 10% of total mass and
summer TP and chl averaged 66 and 36 µg/L, respectively due to increased internal loading.
Harvesting in the 1990s had no effect on the dominance of Brazilian Elodea. Eurasian water
milfoil was not present during the 20-year UW study, but it was observed in the 1996 IAVMP so
it is a recent invader.

Management procedures and responses of plant species distribution and abundance are described
chronologically. During 2006, high use zones around the boat-launch area and to the south, as
well as along the eastern shore, were treated with the herbicide sonar (Figure 14 and 15). These
are areas where Brazilian Elodea and to some extent endemic pond weeds, interfered with
recreation. Also, water milfoil was present in one small area along the east shore (orange in
Figure 15).

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Elodea was present throughout the lake in spring 2006 and the mixed community of Elodea and
pond weeds represented only a small band along the shore on each side of the lake (blue band in
Figure 14).

After treatment during summer 2006, the mixed-community band had shrunk

slightly (Figure 15). Therefore, the treatment zone proposed for 2007 was reduced in width, but
extended in length to encompass other areas interfering with recreation (Figure 15).

After the second treatment in 2007, the mixed community of plants expanded (blue band in
Figure 16). While Elodea was still part of the mixed community, its foliage was restricted more
to near the bottom, interfering less with recreation (Figure 16). Nevertheless, treatment of a
broader band along the eastern shore is proposed for 2008. The purpose for a more extensive
treatment area is to improve space for boating activity.

Further, expansion of the mixed

community is expected.

For most of the lake, the distribution of plant species had changed little from spring 2006 to fall
2007. Elodea continued to dominate throughout the lake. However, treatment in the narrow
shoreline areas has apparently encouraged endemic pond weed species to expand creating a
wider band of the mixed community (Figure 16). Milfoil was nearly eliminated with only a
small spot remaining. Also, the mixed lily area had shrunk by a small fraction.

As noted above, Elodea has varied naturally in abundance and distribution from year-to-year
during UW’s 20-year study. Except for the treated areas, this plant’s distribution elsewhere in
the lake remained rather constant during 2006, through 2008. The emergent bulrush, Scirpus,
became prevalent at the north end in summer 2006 and along east and west shores in southern
areas in fall 2007 (yellow in Figures 15 and 16). That change was probably unrelated to the
treatments.

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Figure 14. Long Lake aquatic plant map Spring 2006 & treatment zones for 2006 in Summer.

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Figure 15. Long Lake aquatic plant map Summer 2006 & proposed treatment zones for 2007.

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Figure 16. Long Lake aquatic plant map Fall 2007 and proposed treatment zones for 2008.

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Figure 17. Long Lake aquatic map Fall 2008 and proposed treatment zones for 2009.

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Figure 18. Long Lake aquatic map 2010.

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Species diversity expanded by fall 2008, occupying a wider swath along the shoreline (Figure
17). As a result, the treatment area was less extensive in 2008 and was even less in 2009. Egeria
and native species along the shore areas were less dense and diversity had increased. That
necessitates reduction in the treatment area so that the plant diversity persists. Table 3 is a list of
the species. Macrophytes were as diverse in 2010 and 2009 as in 2008, while the density of
populations and percent cover was less on both sides of the lake in 2010 (Figure 18). As a result,
treatment in 2010 was be confined to narrower and shorter strips on the east side and at the north
east end (Figure 18). There was no treatment on the west side of the lake. Macrophyte
populations have responded to this adaptive procedure with greater diversity and less density of
native species and near elimination of non-native milfoil.
Table 3. Aquatic Plant Species Observed in Long Lake in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Species Name

Common Name

Egeria Densa
Typha sp.
Brasenia Schreberi
Potamogeton zosteriformis
Potamogeton crispus
Potamogeton Praelongus
Ceratophyllum demersum
Scirpus acutus
Najas flexilis
Nuphar polysepala
Nymphaea odorata
Myriophyllum spicatum
Utricularia inflata

Brazilian elodea
Cattail
Water shield
Flat-Stem Pondweed
Curly Leaf Pondweed
White-Stemmed Pondweed
Coontail
Hardstem Bulrush
Slender water-nymph
Spatterdock
Fragrant Waterlily
Eurasian watermilfoil
Swollen Bladderwort

5.

Community Relative
Abundance
Dominant
Limited
Dominant
Moderate
Limited
Dominant
Moderate
Limited
Moderate
Dominate
Dominate
Limited
Limited

Discussion

The high-dose alum treatment in April 2007, combined with the low dose in August 2006,
worked well to greatly reduce internal P loading. That resulted in a summer mean lake TP and
chl reduction to 21 and 5 µg/L, respectively. That was an 82% reduction in chl from 2006 and
about a 62% reduction in the mean summer fraction of the algal volume (biomass) composed of
cyanobacteria. Chl increased some in 2008 and 2009, but was lower in 2010 and overall still two
thirds less than in 2006, before treatment. Cyanobacteria cell and biomass concentrations also
remained much less in all four post-alum years than in pretreatment 2006 and the lake was not
closed due to cyanobacterial toxins as was the case the previous six years.
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Cyanobacteria biomass in 2009 was higher than in 2007 and 2008, but declined to 1ow levels in
2010, consistent with lower chl. Controlling algal biomass (chl), and the fraction that is nuisance
cyanobacteria, can be effectively achieved by reducing P. Where summer loading comes mostly
from recycling sediment P (internal loading), which is the case in Long Lake, sediment P
inactivation with alum will and did effectively reduce lake TP, algal biomass and cyanobacteria.

TP levels in 2008-2010 showed signs of treatment effectiveness waning. Mean summer TP has
increased about 50% since 2006. However, chl increased during 2007-2009 but decreased in
2010, and overall, still less than one half the 2006 pretreatment level. Nevertheless, the gradual
increase in mean summer TP, exceeding 30 µg/L in 2010, suggests that some of the TP may now
be coming from sediments. That is not unusual because alum sinks and can be resuspended and
redistributed in shallow lakes. However, TP mass balance indicates no net internal loading in
2009 or 2010.

The algal group Chrysophyta has always represented a large percent of the cell biomass and chl
in Long Lake. These are diatoms and small, flagellated algae that are not considered a nuisance;
they do not form surface scums or produce toxicity. That group averaged 45, 59, 62, 51% and
70% of the summer algal biomass in 2006-2010, respectively, and large spring peeks in biomass
are a common occurrence (Figures 7 and 8). These and other groups usually represent most of
the biomass in low nutrient conditions, but become subdominant as lakes become eutrophic.
That has obviously occurred in Long Lake as a result of the alum treatment. In order that these
non-nuisance algae remain dominant, with cyanobacteria comprising only a small fraction of the
biomass, mean summer chl should be around 10 µg/L or less and TP around 20 µg/L and less.

The question is; how long will the Al-bound sediment P in the recent treatment remain
inactivated? Past results from successful alum treatments suggest about ten years (Cooke et al.,
2005). The 1980 alum treatment in Long Lake was effective for at least eleven years, but the
effect waned during the latter part of that period in 1985-1991 (Figure 2). Longevity of the 1991
treatment is unknown because monitoring was terminated in 1995. The 2007 treatment dose was
over three times the 1980 and 1991 doses, and theoretically should have a greater longevity.

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That seems to be happening, because the current four-year post-treatment mean TP was less than
30 µg/L, while the four-year post-treatment levels in 1981-1984 and 1992-1995 were greater
than 30 µg/L. Also, four-year post treatment mean chl was about equal to the previous four-year,
post-treatment means. Nevertheless, the effect of this latest treatment is expected to eventually
wane as well (Figure 2).

Why did effectiveness of the past treatments eventually wane? Part of the reason is that the
sediment Al-P fraction formed with the treatment sinks, is covered with new sediment and new
untreated-uncomplexed P can diffuse from depth into the surficial sediments. The 1991 alum
treatment was detected at a depth of 5 cm in cores taken in 1998 and remains of the 1980
treatment were undetected in the top 15 cm (Rydin et al., 2000). Alum floc layers have typically
moved downward at a little more than about 1 cm/year (Cooke et al., 2005). The rate of
movement downward in Long Lake is apparently similar.

The source of some of the new sediment in Long Lake may be from dead and partly decayed
plant material, largely from the south end, being distributed in a northerly direction during the
windy winter months. High TP concentrations at 2.5 m in the deep (3 m) through of 70 µg/L in
fall 2009 may be due to that source. Also, these macrophytes have their P needs supplied from
the sediment via their roots. Such a distribution of plant material would effectively be another
source of uncomplexed P to surficial sediments. So reducing macrophytes may lengthen the
longevity of alum treatments. However, eradication of macrophytes in the South lake area is not
recommended because doing so would expose bare sediments probably enhancing internal
loading directly, which was the case in 1985 when macrophyte biomass naturally decreased by
90%, broad areas of sediment was exposed and TP and chl were the highest since the 1980
treatment (Figure 3).
6.

Summary

The inactivation of sediment P with alum in spring 2007 effectively reduced internal P loading in
Long Lake. Four-year mean lake TP concentrations were reduced to levels less than those
following two earlier treatments in 1980 and 1991. As a result, algal chl has remained two-thirds

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less than the pre-treatment 2006 level. Also, the mean cell and biomass concentrations of
nuisance cyanobacteria, have remained about 80% less than pretreatment levels and there have
been no large "pea soup" blooms as occurred in 2000-2006. However, effectiveness of the recent
alum treatment has shown signs of gradual waning, which is to be expected.

The density of native macrophyte species in heavy boat use areas has declined while the
diversity (number of species) has increased over the past four years. Eurasian water milfoil has
nearly disappeared. Thus, the indicial use of herbicides has been successful in changing the
rooted macrophyte populations to a less objectionable state. At the same time the Brazilian
Elodea population in the open lake and south end has remained stable. That is recommended;
because long-term observations have shown that plant cover to mitigate internal P loading,
despite this partial decline and decay in late fall and winter.
7.

Recommendations

In-lake management activities at Long Lake have demonstrated that with the implementation of a
planned integrated program the water quality, habitat, and recreational uses of the lake can be
enhanced and maintained. It is recommended that lake monitoring and adaptive management
activities be continued to ensure the usability of the lake and to safe guard public health.
Specifically, sustainable funding for a long-term program should be established, for example, the
formation of a LMD (Lake Management District) through the County. This would lay the
groundwork for citizen input, integrated County oversight and implementation, while allowing
for the seeking of additional funding through grants. For the past 5 years the effort has centered
on in-lake activities and public education, this should be continued for all future management.
Although, watershed activities have not been specific drivers in the overall decline in the lake’s
quality, certainly watershed education and pollution prevention should also be included.

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8.

References

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Water and Wastewater. 20 Ed. Washington, D.C.
th

Cooke, G.D., E.B. Welch, S.A. Peterson and S.A. Nichols. 2005. Restoration and Management
of Lakes and Reservoirs. CRC Press, Boca Ratan, FL.
Downing, J.A., S.B. Watson and E. McCauley. 2001. Predicting cyanobacteria dominance in
lakes. Can. J. Fish. Aquatic Sci, 58:1905-1908
Hach, 2006
Jacoby, J.M., D.D. Lynch and E.B. Welch. 1982. Internal phosphorus loading in a shallow,
eutrophic lake. Water Res. 16:911-919
Jacoby, J.M., E.B. Welch and I. Wertz. 2001. Alternate stable states in a shallow lake dominated
by Egeria densa. Verh. Int. Verein. Limnol. 27:3805-3810.
Marsh-McBirney, 1990
Michaud, 1994
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Rydin, E.,B. huser, and E.B. Welch. 2000. Amount of phosphorus inactivated by alum treatments
in Washington lakes. Limnology Oceanography, 45(1):226-230
Water Environmental Service, INC. 1996. Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan for
Long Lake. Kitsap County.
Welch, E.B. and J.M. Jacoby. 2001. On determining the principal source of phosphorous causing
summer algal blooms in Western Washington Lakes. Journal of Lake and Reservoir
Management 17(1):55-65.

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Appendix A – Field Data

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Table A-1. Field Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2006-2010.
Date

Station

Time

1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
7/5/06

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

12:47
12:47
12:47
12:47
12:47
12:47
12:47
12:47
12:30
12:30
12:30
12:30
12:30
12:30
12:30
12:30
11:30
11:30
11:30
11:30
11:30
11:30
11:30
1:45
1:45
1:45
1:45
1:45
1:45
1:45
1:45

9:37

Depth
(m)
0.2
0.7
1.2
1.7
2.2
2.7
3.2
3.7
0.1
0.6
1.1
1.6
2.1
2.6
3.1
3.6
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0

Temperature
(°C)
6.97
6.84
6.84
6.85
6.79
6.75
6.64
6.64
5.12
5.11
5.08
4.89
4.82
4.77
4.77
4.76
9.12
8.99
8.86
8.83
8.81
8.80
8.79
14.31
13.57
13.25
13.12
12.91
12.48
11.84
11.62
19.16
19.17
19.17
19.17
19.16
19.16
19.10
19.36
19.34
19.31
19.29
19.26
19.27
22.84

DO
(mg/l)
10.98
10.74
10.04
9.87
9.79
10.13
10.13
9.78
12.95
11.84
11.74
11.56
11.47
11.34
11.28
11.05
10.73
10.29
9.84
10.21
10.16
10.07
9.58
8.88
9.00
8.95
8.88
8.68
8.13
6.87
7.32
8.89
9.17
8.79
8.96
8.85
8.43
7.54
8.82
9.09
9.30
9.04
9.52
9.41
8.14

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
51.7
51.7
52.0
52.0
52.0
52.0
52.0
52.3
50.8
50.8
50.9
51.0
51.1
51.4
51.4
51.3
57.9
57.8
57.4
57.8
58.1
58.0
58.4
66.3
66.7
62.3
67.4
66.9
70.2
69.1
74.8
79.5
79.5
79.9
79.9
80.1
79.8
81.1
82.7
82.8
82.8
82.7
82.7
82.8
90.4

pH
(units)
6.94
6.93
6.93
6.91
6.91
6.91
6.89
6.89
7.05
7.03
7.02
6.99
6.97
6.95
6.94
6.92
7.31
7.31
7.28
7.24
7.20
7.19
8.78
8.05
8.08
8.03
7.97
7.88
7.53
7.22
7.32
7.25
7.27
7.26
7.25
7.24
7.23
7.09
7.39
7.38
7.37
7.36
7.43
7.42
7.57

37

Date

Station

Time

7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
12/9/06
12/09/06

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
center
center
center
center
center
center
center

9:37
9:37
9:37
9:37
9:37
9:37

10:30
10:30
10:30
10:30
10:30
10:30
10:30

Depth
(m)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
1.0
2.0
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
1.0
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0

Temperature
(°C)
22.88
22.89
22.88
22.85
22.85
22.84
25.47
24.88
24.71
23.31
21.96
21.38
21.21
21.10
21.05
21.06
20.97
22.01
21.04
20.77
20.49
20.35
20.19
20.04
18.54
18.48
18.25
17.99
17.13
16.85
16.81
10.16
10.17
10.20
10.19
10.19
10.19
8.13
8.13
8.12
4.58
4.56
4.54
4.56
4.52
4.52
4.50

DO
(mg/l)
7.87
8.71
8.56
8.25
7.90
8.16
8.13
7.90
7.18
7.08
10.02
8.71
8.06
7.81
7.85
7.03
5.08
10.13
9.36
9.30
8.43
7.99
5.86
3.89
9.54
9.54
9.50
9.44
6.99
6.61
7.29
7.33
7.32
7.32
7.31
7.32
7.32
13.07
10.38
10.22
11.51
10.61
10.56
10.23
10.22
10.00
9.83

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
90.2
89.8
90.1
90.3
90.7
90.6
97.7
97.5
97.1
104.5
100.6
100.9
101.1
101.2
101.3
101.6
101.4
103.6
103.4
103.3
103.5
103.4
104.5
104.7

104.2
103.9
104.5
104.3
104.3
104.1
75.1
74.7
74.0
57.6
57.2
57.0
57.2
56.8
57.7
57.7

pH
(units)
7.61
7.62
7.63
7.62
7.64
7.65
8.34
8.33
7.96
6.98
7.8
7.68
7.48
7.38
7.38
7.25
7.02
8.02
8.01
7.93
7.61
7.49
7.15
6.96
7.84
7.84
7.80
7.78
7.16
7.14
7.17
7.33
7.32
7.32
7.31
7.32
7.32
6.99
6.97
6.75
6.78
6.75
6.73
6.74
6.74
6.73
6.73

38

Date

Station

12/09/06
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
6/18/07
6/18/07

center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
center
middle
middle

Time

08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
16:00

Depth
(m)
3.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0.0
0.5

Temperature
(°C)
4.50
4.57
4.61
4.59
4.56
4.57
4.51
4.51
4.56
6.53
6.53
6.51
6.49
6.52
6.49
9.07
9.02
9.00
8.98
8.94
8.89
8.84
12.70
12.74
12.69
12.68
12.68
12.67
12.60
12.63
12.29
12.26
12.25
12.26
12.25
12.25
13.13
18.12
18.18
18.00
17.89
16.83
16.32
16.08
15.93
17.70
17.73

DO
(mg/l)
9.83
13.57
13.18
13.24
13.10
13.20
13.01
12.78
12.94
12.25
11.22
10.98
10.81
10.74
10.79
10.49
10.16
9.80
9.76
9.51
9.04
9.42
9.31
9.27
9.23
9.21
9.21
9.20
9.16
8.85
9.23
9.16
9.13
9.10
9.10
9.10
9.82
10.11
10.11
10.10
10.10
10.18
9.60
8.83
8.76
8.61
8.59

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
56.9
53.4
52.9
52.8
52.9
52.2
54.6
53.5
53.8
57.9
57.7
57.8
57.8
57.7
57.7
56.7
56.8
57.0
57.0
56.7
57.2
56.9
83.4
82.7
82.7
83.0
82.5
82.6
82.7
82.6
82.9
82.9
83.0
82.8
82.9
82.9
83.3
134.3
135.0
134.7
134.7
132.3
126.5
129.0
130.6
135.2
135.3

pH
(units)
6.72
6.81
6.79
6.78
6.78
6.78
6.76
6.75
6.74
6.89
6.85
6.86
6.83
6.84
6.84
6.94
6.90
6.88
6.87
6.83
6.81
6.80
7.20
7.18
7.17
7.17
7.17
7.16
7.16
7.14
7.06
7.10
7.15
7.16
7.20
7.19
7.13
7.71
7.56
7.57
7.50
7.31
6.90
6.83
6.82
7.31
7.31

39

Date

Station

6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/27/07
9/27/07

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5

Temperature
(°C)
17.74
17.73
17.73
17.72
17.67
17.66
20.47
20.48
20.49
20.47
20.44
20.35
20.34
20.31
21.58
21.60
21.60
21.61
21.60
21.60
21.56
21.57
22.28
22.28
22.27
22.27
22.27
22.29
22.29
21.17
21.13
21.09
20.92
20.84
20.76
20.71
20.59
21.20
21.16
21.11
21.08
21.07
21.05
21.05
21.04
16.23
16.24

DO
(mg/l)
8.57
8.56
8.56
8.53
8.47
8.36
8.82
8.80
8.79
8.77
8.77
8.68
8.53
8.36
8.10
8.07
8.03
8.02
8.01
7.98
7.97
7.85
7.99
7.97
7.96
7.98
7.85
7.86
7.83
9.01
9.02
9.00
9.00
8.96
8.87
8.87
8.10
8.71
8.69
8.70
8.67
8.60
8.49
8.45
8.26
9.36
9.32

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
135.2
135.2
135.3
135.4
135.3
135.3
136.4
136.2
136.6
136.6
136.2
136.5
136.3
136.7
139.6
139.4
139.1
139.3
139.3
139.2
139.3
139.3
142.4
142.2
142.2
142.2
142.2
142.5
142.3
143.7
143.5
143.6
143.1
143.2
143.5
143.2
143.2
145.4
145.3
145.3
145.6
145.5
145.4
145.5
145.4
150.0
150.0

pH
(units)
7.32
7.32
7.32
7.33
7.32
7.30
7.35
7.43
7.46
7.47
7.48
7.46
7.42
7.39
7.44
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.41
7.39
7.38
7.39
7.41
7.38
7.39
7.38
7.76
7.77
7.78
7.76
7.75
7.74
7.71
7.47
7.48
7.60
7.63
7.63
7.62
7.60
7.60
7.52
8.15
8.17

40

Date

Station

9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
4/24/08

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0

Temperature
(°C)
16.22
16.21
16.20
16.2
16.19
16.24
12.97
12.97
12.96
12.94
12.95
12.95
12.95
12.95
5.78
5.75
5.75
5.71
5.65
5.63
5.61
5.62
4.79
4.79
4.79
4.79
4.8
4.81
4.82
4.97
5.8
5.67
5.57
5.53
5.47
5.38
5.33
5.32
9.2
9.21
9.22
9.24
9.22
9.08
8.94
8.71
10.98

DO
(mg/l)
9.31
9.35
9.32
9.3
9.3
2.00
10.01
9.98
9.96
9.95
9.91
9.92
9.9
9.36
10.37
10.04
9.96
9.91
9.84
9.77
9.81
8.49
11.50
11.37
11.34
11.31
11.3
11.27
11.24
11.06
12.78
12.87
12.87
12.75
12.71
12.55
12.20
11.8
11.91
11.91
11.89
11.92
11.85
11.47
11.07
10.53
11.51

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
150.0
150.4
149.9
150.3
150.0
150.3
141.3
141.6
141.2
141.6
141.5
141.6
141.2
141.2
125.4
125.7
126.0
125.8
125.8
126.1
126.3
126.1
88.7
88.6
88.5
88.2
88.2
88.1
88.2
87.7
88.8
88.8
88.8
88.8
88.8
88.9
88.9
89.5
87.9
87.8
87.8
87.7
88.1
88.5
88.6
90.6
101.2

pH
(units)
8.21
8.23
8.27
8.25
8.27
7.57
7.54
7.61
7.64
7.67
7.69
7.67
7.67
7.55
7.35
7.36
7.37
7.37
7.37
7.36
7.36
7.32
7.05
7.03
7.02
7.00
6.98
6.96
6.95
6.92
7.39
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.42
7.40
7.36
7.31
7.98
8.0
8.0
8.0
7.97
7.98
7.65
7.46
7.72

41

Date

Station

4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
8/7/08

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3
3.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0

Temperature
(°C)
11.01
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.01
11.01
10.93
10.98
11.01
11.02
11.02
11.02
11.01
11.01
10.93
16.07
16.08
16.08
16.10
16.10
16.09
16.08
16.08
17.35
17.36
17.33
17.34
17.31
17.29
17.22
17.15
23.04
22.72
22.44
22.36
22.29
22.07
21.76
20.42
20.43
20.37
20.31
20.23
20.20
20.16
20.00
22.08

DO
(mg/l)
11.49
11.53
11.54
11.54
11.53
11.52
11.33
11.51
11.49
11.53
11.54
11.54
11.53
11.52
11.33
8.96
8.99
8.96
8.96

9.97
9.97
9.94
9.93
9.88
9.85
9.77
8.98
8.58
8.53
8.52
8.47
8.41
8.33
5.38
8.44
8.42
8.45
8.46
8.49
8.53
8.51
0.73
9.42

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
101.1
101.3
101.1
101.1
101.2
100.8
101.1
101.2
101.1
101.3
100.9
101.1
101.2
100.8
101.1
112.3
111.9
112.0
112.0
111.9
112.2
111.9
112.0
110.9
111.0
110.4
111.2
110.4
111.0
110.9
110.9
116.2
115.7
116.0
115.9
116.0
115.6
121.4
120.7
120.4
120.3
120.7
120.5
120.7
120.2
120.2
123.5

pH
(units)
8.08
8.08
8.09
8.09
8.08
8.06
7.96
7.72
8.08
8.08
8.09
8.09
8.08
8.06
7.96
7.21
7.29
7.32
7.37
7.41
7.43
7.45
7.47
7.72
7.76
7.79
7.8
7.79
7.79
7.76
7.64
7.54
7.55
7.53
7.53
7.51
7.55
7.20
7.50
7.52
7.53
7.57
7.60
7.61
7.61
7.46
7.74

42

Date

Station

8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5

Temperature
(°C)
22.10
22.08
22.06
22.03
22.04
22.00
21.71
19.79
19.83
19.85
19.84
19.81
19.79
19.75
19.75
20.29
20.28
20.25
19.80
19.77
19.76
19.67
19.60
16.80
16.76
16.72
16.71
16.68
16.67
16.62
16.57
12.06
12.04
12.04
12.03
12.02
11.99
11.94
11.76
9.56
9.58
9.58
9.58
9.58
9.60
9.6
9.6

DO
(mg/l)
9.43
9.41
9.38
9.33
9.33
9.21
5.65
8.58
8.60
8.59
8.57
8.56
8.55
8.54
8.42
8.98
8.94
8.80
8.81
8.90
8.77
8.59
1.70
9.18
9.17
9.14
9.11
9.08
8.99
8.37
7.45
9.93
9.90
9.89
9.88
9.89
9.86
9.69
9.03
8.75
8.64
8.61
8.60
8.59
8.59
8.55
8.09

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
123.8
123.8
123.8
123.8
123.8
123.9
125.7
127.3
127.0
127.2
127.1
127.1
127.0
127.0
127.4
130.6
130.6
130.8
130.5
130.3
130.3
130.2
130.4
133.0
133.0
133.0
132.8
133.0
133.6
133.4
133.8
130.2
130.3
130.3
130.3
130.4
130.2
130.7
130.7
113.4
113.2
113.7
113.4
113.6
113.2
113.6
113.6

pH
(units)
7.84
7.89
7.89
7.90
7.93
7.88
7.67
7.65
7.69
7.72
7.72
7.72
7.71
7.71
7.70
7.62
7.68
7.67
7.69
7.73
7.74
7.70
7.45
7.39
7.46
7.51
7.52
7.54
7.53
7.46
7.33
7.32
7.35
7.39
7.41
7.43
7.43
7.39
7.31
6.84
6.89
6.89
6.91
6.92
6.93
6.94
6.92

43

Date

Station

12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0

Temperature
(°C)
7.08
7.05
7.05
7.04
7.03
7.04
7.03
3.50
3.49
3.48
3.46
3.48
3.47
3.49
3.87
5.85
5.83
5.82
5.82
5.81
5.81
8.26
8.20
8.10
8.09
8.07
8.04
8.02
8.02
14.99
14.38
14.02
13.87
13.82
13.36
12.83
12.5
13.77
13.62
13.57
13.55
13.53
13.52
13.42
20.35
19.34
18.85

DO
(mg/l)
10.00
9.67
9.64
9.62
9.60
9.59
9.55
10.74
10.55
10.51
10.47
10.44
10.45
10.4
9.97
10.86
10.72
10.72
10.69
10.65
10.62
12.35
12.45
12.39
12.38
12.34
12.29
12.18
12.13
10.22
10.24
10.11
10.03
9.98
8.27
5.59
3.40
8.82
8.80
8.78
8.76
8.74
8.72
8.36
9.12
9.31
9.25

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
110.4
110.3
110.2
110.2
110.3
110.8
110.7
92.5
92.4
92.3
92.8
92.8
92.9
92.6
113.8
97.7
98.0
98.0
97.6
97.8
97.3
95.4
95.8
95.7
95.6
95.5
95.6
95.6
95.6
99.5
99.0
99.3
99.3
99.2
101.6
103.2
110.8
95.4
95
95.6
95.3
95.8
96.0
96.8
97.6
97.6
97.7

pH
(units)
7.22
7.26
7.27
7.29
7.26
7.20
7.26
7.21
7.22
7.23
7.24
7.25
7.24
7.26
7.24
6.92
6.91
6.91
6.91
6.89
6.89
7.92
8.03
8.06
8.08
8.08
8.06
8.03
8.01
7.40
7.44
7.44
7.45
7.45
7.30
7.10
6.99
7.24
7.28
7.27
7.27
7.28
7.27
7.23
7.57
7.62
7.61

44

Date

Station

5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
9/3/09
9/3/09

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5

Temperature
(°C)
18.78
18.72
18.66
18.53
18.25
21.3
21.3
21.28
21.27
21.25
21.22
21.21
21.01
21.18
21.20
21.21
20.93
20.84
20.81
20.78
20.78
21.13
21.10
21.03
20.64
20.60
20.51
19.81
19.84
26.32
26.43
26.29
26.13
25.90
25.44
23.99
23.83
20.4
20.4
20.41
20.40
20.40
20.38
20.37
20.26
20.01
20.13

DO
(mg/l)
9.22
9.17
9.11
8.86
6.35
7.91
7.85
7.79
7.72
7.70
7.56
7.45
5.14
7.77
7.75
7.75
7.65
7.62
7.60
7.43
7.10
8.42
8.29
8.29
8.21
8.07
7.94
6.63
6.01
7.69
7.61
7.73
7.71
7.5
7.03
4.33
2.65
7.76
7.74
7.74
7.74
7.72
7.57
6.87
5.62
8.49
8.46

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
97.8
98.1
97.5
97.0
99.1
105.3
105.5
105.1
105.2
105.2
105.2
105.2
106.5
106.0
106.2
106.1
106.3
106.0
106.0
106.0
106.0
109.1
109.1
109.4
109.3
109.2
109.4
108.7
109.8
115.6
115.4
115.2
115.1
115.1
115.5
118.6
140.7
119.5
119.2
119.1
119.3
119.2
119.1
120.1
121.4
123.4
123.2

pH
(units)
7.58
7.57
7.56
7.52
7.25
7.4
7.41
7.41
7.41
7.39
7.37
7.36
7.28
7.31
7.25
7.23
7.23
7.22
7.20
7.18
7.11
7.33
7.35
7.38
7.38
7.35
7.33
7.25
7.16
7.25
7.25
7.32
7.31
7.30
7.27
7.17
7.06
7.21
7.26
7.29
7.29
7.30
7.29
7.26
7.18
7.59
7.63

45

Date

Station

9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0

Temperature
(°C)
20.11
20.09
20.08
20.09
20.08
20.03
16.40
16.4
16.4
16.4
16.38
16.39
16.38
16.39
12.98
13.01
12.96
12.95
12.95
12.94
12.89
12.89
7.08
7.03
7.02
7.0
7.0
7.00
7.0
7.0
7.01
5.33
5.31
5.29
5.29
5.28
5.27
5.26
5.26
5.26
7.86
7.88
7.85
7.87
7.85
7.85
7.83

DO
(mg/l)
8.45
8.44
8.43
8.40
8.39
5.92
8.79
8.72
8.71
8.71
8.71
8.68
8.66
7.97
9.46
9.38
9.35
9.27
9.19
9.13
9.01
8.65
10.85
10.59
10.51
10.49
10.45
10.45
10.43
10.43
10.39
11.05
11.00
10.97
10.98
10.96
10.95
10.91
10.90
10.87
11.05
11.06
11.04
10.99
11.0
10.96
10.94

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
123.2
123.4
123.2
122.8
122.9
123.4
127.0
126.7
126.8
126.5
126.8
127.0
127.0
127.5
124.1
123.6
124.1
123.7
124.4
123.9
123.8
124.3
93.6
93.6
93.2
93.1
93.1
92.7
92.7
92.8
92.5
89.7
90.0
90.1
90.0
90.0
89.6
90.0
90.0
89.6
80.7
80.7
80.9
80.6
80.3
80.5
80.3

pH
(units)
7.64
7.63
7.63
7.63
7.63
7.54
7.27
7.34
7.36
7.40
7.42
7.43
7.43
7.41
7.02
7.10
7.13
7.15
7.17
7.18
7.18
7.17
7.27
7.21
7.18
7.16
7.15
7.13
7.12
7.11
7.10
7.43
7.40
7.39
7.37
7.36
7.35
7.34
7.34
7.34
7.17
7.16
7.15
7.13
7.14
7.15
7.13

46

Date

Station

2/18/10
2/18/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
3.5
4.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.3
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5

Temperature
(°C)
7.84
7.84
9.67
9.67
9.64
9.65
9.6
9.61
9.65
9.51
12.57
12.58
12.62
12.61
12.59
12.59
12.61
12.60
16.14
16.16
16.16
16.15
16.14
16.14
16.14
17.36
17.38
17.39
17.38
17.39
17.37
17.34
17.32
22.11
21.91
21.75
21.68
21.62
21.49
20.72
20.44
22.08
22.13
22.14
22.15
22.15
22.10

DO
(mg/l)
10.93
10.52
10.04
9.92
9.88
9.83
9.82
9.81
9.78
9.67
9.81
9.81
9.85
9.86
9.81
9.77
9.73
9.61
9.05
8.96
8.94
8.92
8.92
8.91
8.91
8.72
8.69
8.69
8.65
8.63
8.65
8.57
8.38
8.18
8.14
8.05
7.98
8.00
7.92
4.99
3.31
8.3
8.14
8.14
8.14
8.12
8.06

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
80.6
80.3
83.0
83.0
82.9
83.2
83.1
83.1
83.2
83.6
87.3
87.1
86.8
87.0
86.9
86.7
86.7
86.3
92.3
92.8
92.6
92.6
93.1
92.7
92.6
98.0
98.0
98.0
97.6
97.6
97.8
97.7
98.1
108.1
108.3
108.3
108.1
108.2
108.5
110.1
115.7
112.5
112.7
112.9
112.5
112.9
112.6

pH
(units)
7.13
7.16
7.24
7.25
7.24
7.24
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.24
7.41
7.44
7.46
7.46
7.47
7.46
7.45
7.46
7.22
7.25
7.29
7.31
7.33
7.34
7.34
7.27
7.29
7.31
7.30
7.30
7.29
7.29
7.27
7.49
7.45
7.43
7.44
7.46
7.39
7.08
6.98
7.2
7.25
7.27
7.3
7.31
7.31

47

Date

Station

7/29/10
7/29/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10

middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle

Time

Depth
(m)
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5

Temperature
(°C)
22.09
21.99
20.73
20.72
20.67
20.63
20.54
20.43
20.41
17.42
17.42
17.38
17.37
17.33
17.28
17.23
17.21
9.7
9.7
9.70
9.69
9.69
9.69
9.69
9.90

DO
(mg/l)
8.04
7.60
8.13
8.12
8.08
8.02
7.88
7.52
0.22
8.10
8.09
8.04
8.05
8.04
8.0
7.95
7.84
9.35
9.31
9.32
9.28
9.27
9.27
9.24
8.95

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
112.8
113.1
119.4
119.0
119.4
119.4
119.1
119.0
130.8
122.7
122.3
122.0
122.3
122.6
122.5
122.6
122.2
103.8
103.8
103.9
103.7
104.2
103.8
104.1
104.6

pH
(units)
7.32
7.26
7.49
7.48
7.47
7.47
7.43
7.42
7.15
7.33
7.27
6.60
2.60
2.60
2.61
2.70
2.60
7.14
7.08
7.06
7.06
7.06
7.07
7.05
7.03

Table A-2. Field Data for Long Lake North Station, 2006-2010.
Date

Station

Time

1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

13:32
13:32
13:32
13:32
13:32
13:32
12:25
12:25
12:25
12:25
12:25
12:25
11:15
11:15
11:15
11:15
11:15
11:15

Depth
(m)
0.2
0.7
1.2
1.7
2.2
2.7
0.1
0.6
1.1
1.6
2.1
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5

Temperature
(°C)
7.05
7.03
6.99
6.84
6.69
6.65
5.46
4.98
5.01
4.77
4.75
4.76
9.21
8.93
8.93
8.75
8.68
8.66

DO
(mg/l)
11.33
11.05
10.90
10.87
10.52
10.45
11.40
11.62
11.18
11.30
11.16
10.95
10.35
10.59
10.59
9.81
9.89
9.76

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
49.8
50.7
50.8
51.0
51.2
51.2
49.0
49.7
49.8
49.7
49.6
49.7
56.3
56.3
56.3
57.1
57.1
57.1

pH
(units)
6.99
6.98
6.97
6.96
6.95
6.94
7.41
7.24
7.15
7.10
7.06
7.00
7.38
7.38
7.31
7.25
7.21
7.17

48

Date

Station

Time

4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
12/09/06
12/09/06

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

2:05
2:05
2:05
2:05
2:05
2:05

10:00
10:00
10:00
10:00
10:00

10:40
10:40
10:40
10:40
10:40

11:14
11:14

Depth
(m)
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
1.0
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0.0
0.5

Temperature
(°C)
13.92
13.65
13.35
12.69
12.55
12.41
19.16
19.16
19.16
19.14
18.94
20.01
19.70
19.24
19.14
22.26
22.27
22.24
22.28
22.79
24.80
24.29
23.74
21.66
20.99
20.68
20.56
20.49
20.64
20.27
20.04
19.92
19.62
18.01
17.83
17.59
17.06
10.03
10.03
10.03
10.04
8.18
8.18
8.18
8.18
4.64
4.62

DO
(mg/l)
9.34
8.89
8.87
8.45
8.21
7.28
9.71
9.12
9.18
8.64
7.78
9.17
9.48
11.27
11.08
8.67
8.37
8.16
8.36
8.52
8.07
8.1
3.90
8.91
8.87
8.35
7.28
4.68
9.48
9.50
9.46
9.33
7.46
9.39
9.38
9.47
9.05
7.40
7.40
7.41
7.42
10.62
10.22
10.19
10.03
11.52
14.18

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
66.7
66.4
66.5
66.5
66.4
67.3
79.5
79.7
79.5
79.5
79.7
83.2
83.6
83.6
83.4
90.0
90.1
90.0
90.7
90.8
98.1
97.9
98.0
101.9
101.8
101.8
102.0
103.5
103.5
103.5
103.5
103.5
104.3

105.3
105.7
105.7
105.9
76.1
75.8
75.9
75.9
60.7
60.6

pH
(units)
8.02
8.0
8.01
7.70
7.50
7.27
7.30
7.30
7.30
7.26
7.18
7.65
7.59
7.50
7.58
8.03
7.96
7.99
7.96
7.76
8.2
8.09
7.26
7.57
7.72
7.61
7.33
6.99
8.02
8.06
8.02
7.98
7.33
7.81
7.81
7.94
7.86
7.40
7.40
7.41
7.42
7.03
7.02
7.02
7.02
6.78
6.77

49

Date

Station

Time

12/09/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

11:14
11:14
11:14

08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
16:00

Depth
(m)
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
4.59
4.56
4.54
4.55
4.51
4.48
4.50
4.31
6.60
6.58
6.54
6.54
9.12
9.01
8.95
8.91
8.82
12.79
12.79
12.78
12.77
12.31
12.27
12.28
12.30
13.51
17.52
17.60
17.49
16.49
16.44
16.45
17.48
17.44
17.44
17.44
17.44
17.45
20.53
20.53
20.54
20.53
20.44
21.58
21.58
21.57
21.57

DO
(mg/l)
12.69
10.40
9.98
13.86
13.27
13.10
13.43
13.17
10.70
11.37
11.15
10.81
9.88
9.44
9.36
9.23
9.11
9.37
9.33
9.33
9.29
9.17
9.07
9.05
9.02
9.86
9.64
9.58
9.50
9.67
9.63
9.57
8.40
8.20
8.17
8.20
8.23
8.12
8.87
8.87
8.87
8.89
9.16
7.85
7.80
7.79
7.77

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
60.5
60.9
61.1
52.3
52.5
52.5
52.5
52.6
57.0
56.6
56.9
57.2
57.7
57.4
57.3
57.6
57.6
82.6
82.7
82.6
82.8
82.8
82.8
82.3
82.4
82.6
135.2
135.2
134.8
133.9
132.8
133.2
135.0
135.0
135.0
135.0
135.0
135.0
136.6
136.6
136.6
136.6
136.5
139.5
139.5
139.5
139.8

pH
(units)
6.76
6.76
6.74
6.81
6.79
6.79
6.78
6.76
6.91
6.90
6.90
6.89
6.89
6.87
6.83
6.83
6.79
7.15
7.17
7.19
7.17
7.11
7.17
7.24
7.20
7.21
7.07
7.10
7.09
7.13
7.10
7.10
7.29
7.23
7.22
7.23
7.24
7.20
7.43
7.50
7.49
7.52
7.63
7.37
7.38
7.37
7.38

50

Date

Station

7/23/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

Time

Depth
(m)
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.3
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0

Temperature
(°C)
21.57
21.97
21.97
21.97
21.96
21.96
21.95
21.33
21.07
20.86
20.64
20.60
20.57
21.17
21.16
21.07
21.04
21.02
21.02
16.3
16.28
16.18
16.15
16.14
16.22
13.11
13.10
13.09
13.09
13.08
13.10
5.82
5.78
5.68
5.56
5.52
5.52
4.8
4.8
4.81
4.81
4.82
5.72
5.73
5.62
5.54
5.48

DO
(mg/l)
7.71
8.03
8.03
8.02
8.01
8.01
7.95
8.88
8.81
8.81
8.80
8.76
8.47
8.67
8.71
8.75
8.77
8.74
8.24
9.53
9.57
9.71
9.72
9.71
0.47
10.13
10.13
10.10
10.10
10.09
9.94
10.08
9.94
9.86
9.81
9.76
9.74
11.53
11.39
11.36
11.34
11.23
12.76
13.06
13.05
13.0
12.68

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
139.8
142.1
141.7
141.7
141.6
142.0
142.0
143.5
143.8
143.2
143.2
143.5
146.2
145.1
145.1
145.2
145.2
144.9
146.0
150.5
149.9
150.3
150.2
149.9
150.0
142.3
142.2
142.3
142.3
142.7
142.3
125.5
125.6
125.8
126.3
126.5
126.7
88.4
88.5
88.4
88.2
88.2
88.9
88.4
88.6
88.9
88.9

pH
(units)
7.36
7.38
7.39
7.40
7.40
7.40
7.40
7.71
7.71
7.71
7.69
7.66
7.56
7.62
7.70
7.74
7.75
7.75
7.68
8.28
8.33
8.41
8.44
8.46
7.66
7.73
7.75
7.77
7.78
7.78
7.79
7.41
7.39
7.37
7.36
7.36
7.34
7.03
7.02
7.02
7.01
7.01
7.57
7.59
7.59
7.58
7.54

51

Date

Station

2/14/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

Time

Depth
(m)
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
5.43
9.07
9.08
9.06
9.00
8.89
8.88
10.93
10.99
10.99
10.99
11.00
11.00
10.93
10.99
10.99
10.99
11.0
11.00
15.97
15.94
15.94
15.92
15.9
15.85
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.3
17.29
22.76
22.73
22.66
22.35
21.85
21.82
20.10
20.09
20.02
20.02
19.95
19.84
21.98
21.97
21.95
21.99

DO
(mg/l)
12.62
11.82
11.88
11.89
11.62
11.2
11.02
11.45
11.54
11.55
11.57
11.57
11.20
11.45
11.54
11.55
11.57
11.57
11.2

10.16
10.26
10.23
10.21
10.24
10.00
8.63
8.61
8.55
8.46
8.2
8.26
8.25
8.25
8.21
8.22
8.25
8.14
9.34
9.35
9.35
9.34

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
89.2
87.3
87.3
87.7
88.0
87.7
88.1
101.5
101.0
101.4
100.9
101.4
100.9
101.5
101.0
101.4
100.9
101.4
100.9
112.0
112.0
111.8
111.8
112.0
112.0
111.0
111.0
110.4
110.4
110.2
110.4
115.4
115.2
115.3
115.2
115.0
115.0
120.1
119.7
119.8
120.0
120.0
120.0
123.8
123.6
123.6
123.7

pH
(units)
7.51
7.99
8.03
8.06
7.97
7.75
7.66
8.09
8.08
8.09
8.10
8.09
8.08
8.09
8.08
8.09
8.1
8.09
8.08
7.53
7.55
7.56
7.56
7.56
7.42
7.89
7.94
7.95
7.96
7.96
7.89
7.64
7.62
7.62
7.61
7.51
7.54
7.53
7.55
7.56
7.56
7.58
7.32
7.96
7.98
8.00
8.00

52

Date

Station

8/7/08
8/7/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

Time

Depth
(m)
2.0
2.3
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
21.93
21.90
19.74
19.76
19.75
19.73
19.65
19.61
19.88
19.92
19.67
19.04
18.96
18.94
16.70
16.47
16.36
16.26
16.20
16.20
12.23
12.24
12.22
12.23
12.23
12.21
12.26
9.43
9.43
9.43
9.43
9.44
9.45
7.08
7.07
7.07
7.07
7.07
3.49
3.47
3.47
3.47
3.48
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.87

DO
(mg/l)
9.33
1.23
8.65
8.66
8.66
8.59
8.40
8.15
8.98
8.94
9.01
8.86
8.68
8.75
8.96
8.97
8.98
9.05
8.86
2.50
9.65
9.65
9.61
9.62
9.59
9.52
6.45
6.99
8.31
8.28
8.24
8.22
6.91
9.78
9.51
9.47
9.43
9.42
10.94
10.73
10.65
10.65
10.57
10.74
10.73
10.74
10.74

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
123.7
125.2
127.2
127.2
127.2
127.2
127.1
127.0
130.4
130.6
130.4
130.2
130.3
130.9
132.6
132.7
132.7
132.8
132.6
132.4
130.2
130.2
129.8
130.0
130.0
129.8
128.1
113.3
113.4
113.5
113.3
113.2
113.5
109.8
109.9
109.4
109.8
109.8
92.4
92.1
92.1
92.1
92.1
96.9
96.8
96.7
97.0

pH
(units)
7.98
7.43
7.73
7.75
7.76
7.76
7.70
7.63
7.69
7.74
7.77
7.75
7.62
7.64
7.59
7.56
7.58
7.60
7.58
7.53
7.41
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.43
7.42
7.00
7.00
6.97
6.97
6.97
6.95
6.87
7.27
7.24
7.24
7.24
7.23
7.35
7.32
7.34
7.34
7.33
6.99
6.99
6.98
6.99

53

Date

Station

3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

Time

Depth
(m)
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.4
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5

Temperature
(°C)
8.34
8.33
8.24
8.18
8.18
8.16
14.72
14.32
13.89
13.74
13.62
13.33
14.37
14.22
19.37
19.22
18.70
18.52
18.12
17.97
21.5
21.5
21.4
21.44
21.40
21.07
21.00
20.86
20.81
20.28
20.93
20.74
20.19
20.03
19.84
19.73
25.93
25.83
25.63
25.44
25.36
20.13
20.14
20.14
20.12
20.12
20.13

DO
(mg/l)
11.89
12.41
12.46
12.44
12.44
12.38
10.04
10.11
10.22
9.94
9.96
5.72
9.24
9.09
8.91
8.90
8.53
8.49
8.39
8.11
7.64
7.67
7.67
7.59
7.06
7.77
7.65
7.66
7.67
7.60
8.51
8.47
8.52
8.42
8.26
7.00
7.69
7.71
7.77
7.80
7.24
7.16
7.13
7.10
7.08
7.07
6.92

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
95.8
95.6
95.7
95.4
95.3
95.4
99.5
99.4
99.4
99.1
99.0
103.0
95.2
95.0
97.5
97.5
97.7
97.9
97.1
97.5
105.0
104.9
104.9
104.7
104.5
106.2
105.9
106.4
106.1
105.0
109.0
108.8
108.7
108.4
108.1
110.2
115.6
115.1
115.2
115.0
116.3
119.1
119.5
119.5
119.5
119.2
120.0

pH
(units)
8.21
8.27
8.28
8.27
8.27
8.24
7.43
7.49
7.52
7.50
7.50
7.27
7.34
7.36
7.56
7.44
7.43
7.41
7.38
7.33
7.42
7.42
7.41
7.40
7.29
7.26
7.23
7.22
7.21
7.22
7.45
7.47
7.48
7.48
7.47
7.36
7.34
7.34
7.35
7.36
7.38
7.24
7.25
7.25
7.24
7.23
7.22

54

Date

Station

9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

Time

Depth
(m)
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0

Temperature
(°C)
20.12
20.10
20.11
20.10
20.08
16.26
16.25
16.24
16.23
16.16
16.14
13.12
13.08
12.98
12.94
12.91
12.91
7.18
7.07
7.03
7.01
7.01
7.01
7.00
5.16
5.13
5.10
5.11
5.10
5.09
5.09
7.97
7.97
7.96
7.90
7.93
7.89
7.88
9.93
9.92
9.92
9.82
9.81
9.68
12.72
12.72
12.71

DO
(mg/l)
8.74
8.7
8.71
8.70
8.62
8.81
8.64
8.62
8.60
8.57
8.44
9.77
9.61
9.53
9.47
9.37
9.17
10.98
10.64
10.59
10.55
10.53
10.51
10.45
11.37
11.01
10.93
10.92
10.91
10.70
10.79
11.18
11.20
11.20
11.19
11.18
10.71
10.88
10.26
10.02
9.93
9.82
9.79
9.73
9.95
9.94
9.93

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
122.9
123.0
122.8
123.2
123.3
126.6
126.9
126.5
126.1
126.4
126.0
124.6
124.0
124.0
123.9
124.3
123.9
96.2
96.0
96.0
96.0
96.4
96.4
96.7
90.6
90.3
90.3
90.7
91.0
90.8
90.9
80.7
80.7
81.0
80.9
80.5
80.5
80.7
83.9
83.7
83.4
83.6
84.0
83.6
85.8
85.8
85.9

pH
(units)
7.72
7.72
7.73
7.73
7.72
7.51
7.50
7.5
7.50
7.49
7.49
7.40
7.40
7.41
7.42
7.42
7.4
7.24
7.22
7.21
7.2
7.19
7.18
7.18
7.47
7.43
7.40
7.39
7.38
7.36
7.35
7.18
7.17
7.18
7.17
7.15
7.14
7.12
7.32
7.32
7.33
7.33
7.31
7.32
7.51
7.52
7.55

55

Date

Station

4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10

north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north
north

Time

Depth
(m)
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5

Temperature
(°C)
12.69
12.68
12.69
16.09
16.18
16.17
16.18
16.19
16.2
17.35
17.35
17.35
17.35
17.33
17.31
21.63
21.18
21.00
21.08
20.76
20.62
22.14
22.17
22.16
22.15
22.12
22.12
20.56
20.54
20.33
20.21
20.02
17.49
17.5
17.45
17.44
17.44
17.43
9.74
9.73
9.72
9.71
9.7
9.7

DO
(mg/l)
9.90
9.89
5.00
9.08
9.02
8.99
8.99
8.98
8.07
8.77
8.77
8.76
8.76
8.68
8.1
7.87
7.83
7.78
7.55
7.53
7.4
8.23
8.25
8.25
8.24
8.18
6.72
8.18
8.13
8.06
8.01
0.42
8.4
8.01
7.87
7.85
7.83
7.53
9.69
9.41
9.35
9.33
9.29
9.27

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
86.2
85.8
86.0
91.6
91.3
91.7
91.3
91.7
91.6
97.7
97.5
97.6
97.5
97.2
97.7
107.7
107.9
708.3
108.1
107.3
107.3
112.6
112.5
112.5
112.9
112.5
113.4
119.0
118.8
118.6
119.0
119.1
122.6
122.8
122.8
122.5
123.1
122.4
104.1
104.2
104.3
104.7
104.7
104.6

pH
(units)
7.55
7.56
7.59
7.39
7.40
7.41
7.44
7.44
7.44
7.43
7.41
7.39
7.39
7.38
7.35
7.44
7.41
7.35
7.35
7.36
7.31
7.35
7.39
7.39
7.41
7.41
7.22
7.55
7.57
7.54
7.53
7.45
7.39
6.51
2.62
2.61
2.61
2.61
7.28
7.20
7.15
7.14
7.12
7.11

Table A-3. Field Data for Long Lake South Station, 2006-2010.

56

Date

Station

Time

1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
1/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
2/24/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
3/23/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
4/21/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
5/22/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
6/12/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/5/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
7/27/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06
8/14/06

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

11:25
11:25
11:25
11:25
11:25
11:25
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
10:51
10:51
10:51
10:51
10:51
10:51
1:03
1:03
1:03
1:03
1:03
1:03

9:15
9:15
9:15
9:15
9:15
9:15
10:00
10:00
10:00
10:15
10:15
10:15
10:15

Depth
(m)
0.2
0.7
1.2
1.7
2.2
2.5
0.1
0.6
1.1
1.6
2.1
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
1.0
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
6.73
6.73
6.69
6.70
6.69
6.68
5.54
5.20
4.98
4.73
4.62
4.61
10.04
9.61
9.49
9.30
9.18
9.17
13.41
13.43
13.32
12.8
12.28
12.23
18.96
19.00
19.00
18.98
18.97
19.84
19.84
19.79
19.74
19.47
22.53
22.56
22.55
22.54
22.55
22.58
25.4
25.25
25
22.53
21.72
21.61
21.28

DO
(mg/l)
10.15
9.81
9.94
9.66
9.75
9.54
13.42
13.03
12.45
11.66
11.30
11.18
11.18
11.15
10.9
10.48
9.75
9.32
8.66
8.76
8.85
8.70
8.33
5.51
9.47
9.02
9.18
8.89
7.42
10.40
9.86
9.61
9.97
7.42
7.26
6.97
7.09
7.03
6.88
6.82
8.73
8.8
7.3
10.57
10.59
10.69
9.21

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
51.5
51.5
51.8
51.2
51.4
51.6
48.9
49.2
49.0
49.0
49.2
49.2
57.2
58.0
58.0
57.8
58.0
58.2
66.1
66.6
66.5
66.3
66.7
66.5
78.5
78.8
79.3
79.3
79.5
81.1
81.4
81.5
81.6
81.4
90.1
90.1
90.5
90.7
90.7
90.8
95.9
96.0
95
10.05
99.9
99.8
99.7

pH
(units)
7.03
6.99
6.95
6.94
6.92
6.88
6.97
6.96
6.94
6.91
6.88
6.86
7.60
7.52
7.48
7.33
7.23
7.17
7.85
7.88
7.88
7.76
7.55
7.34
7.24
7.27
7.28
7.28
7.16
7.51
7.51
7.50
7.49
7.20
7.24
7.31
7.30
7.34
7.35
7.32
8.6
8.6
7.5
8.63
8.60
8.64
8.34

57

Date

Station

Time

8/14/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/6/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
9/28/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
10/31/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
11/21/06
12/19/06
12/19/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
12/09/06
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
1/29/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
2/28/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
3/15/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

10:15
11:35
11:35
11:35
11:35
11:35

9:55
9:55
9:55
9:55
10:45
10:45
10:45
10:45
10:45
10:45

08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00
08:00

Depth
(m)
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0

Temperature
(°C)
20.30
21.73
21.10
21.05
21.03
20.04
19.07
18.98
18.89
18.37
17.55
9.92
9.89
9.91
9.84
9.79
8.07
8.08
8.10
8.09
4.58
4.51
4.49
4.49
4.49
4.52
4.73
4.68
4.68
4.64
4.63
4.63
6.47
6.48
6.47
6.46
6.47
9.17
9.10
9.06
9.01
9.00
12.51
12.48
12.44
12.44
12.40

DO
(mg/l)
3.62
10.28
10.08
9.86
9.67
4.89
11.12
11.15
11.45
11.61

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
97.7
103.1
102.8
103.1
103.1
104.3

10.12
10.10
10.00
9.86
9.69
9.50
9.60
9.82
9.77
12.30
9.93
10.12
10.83
10.59
9.64
13.06
12.74
12.70
12.88
12.76
12.51
10.53
10.84
10.66
10.84
10.53
9.68
9.42
9.25
9.21
9.14
8.69
8.67
8.66
8.67
8.63

103.5
103.3
103.5
103.5
103.5
73.1
73.7
73.9
74.1
53.7
54.8
53.3
52.8
53.4
53.7
54.2
54.4
54.4
54.2
54.4
54.4
60.2
57.7
57.4
57.5
57.5
56.0
56.2
56.4
56.5
56.4
83.5
83.5
83.3
83.1
83.3

pH
(units)
6.68
8.28
8.17
8.12
8.07
6.95
8.38
8.47
8.59
8.31
7.48
7.33
7.35
7.38
7.40
7.36
6.89
6.92
6.95
6.96
6.64
6.66
6.65
6.65
6.64
6.61
6.74
6.75
6.76
6.74
6.73
6.72
6.85
6.85.
6.83
6.81
6.81
6.94
6.94
6.80
6.80
6.79
6.79
6.81
6.93
7.03
7.00

58

Date

Station

Time

4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
4/10/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
5/24/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
6/18/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/2/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
7/23/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/6/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
8/23/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07
9/5/07

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

09:00
09:00
09:00
09:00
16:00
16:00
16:00

Depth
(m)
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
0
1.0
1.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.4
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0

Temperature
(°C)
11.73
12.06
12.07
12.08
13.55
13.31
12.34
19.09
19.06
19.00
18.88
17.19
17.76
17.81
17.81
17.79
17.78
17.8
20.38
20.40
20.41
20.43
20.43
20.20
21.55
21.46
21.45
21.46
21.42
21.43
22.16
22.18
22.16
22.15
22.19
22.21
21.18
20.92
20.42
20.23
19.63
19.45
20.86
20.84
20.78
20.73
20.70

DO
(mg/l)
8.86
8.75
8.67
8.65
9.31
9.12

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
83.7
83.7
83.6
83.7
83.6
83.5

10.20
10.20
10.18
10.25
10.65
8.26
8.22
8.20
8.20
8.20
7.92
8.67
8.70
8.74
8.74
8.77
8.66
7.62
7.63
7.62
7.63
7.42
7.10
8.46
9.37
8.35
8.30
8.27
8.16
9.09
8.43
8.02
6.22
0.80
0.35
7.76
7.65
7.72
7.54
6.88

134.7
134.7
134.7
134.4
129.1
133.7
133.5
133.7
133.5
133.5
133.3
134.4
134.2
134.3
133.9
133.9
133.9
137.9
138.4
138.2
138.4
137.9
138.1
139.0
139.2
139.5
139.5
139.4
139.7
140.3
139.7
138.5
139.5
153.0
158.0
143.2
142.8
142.4
142.5
142.1

pH
(units)
6.79
6.83
7.02
7.07
6.72
6.88
6.84
7.08
7.25
7.36
7.39
7.16
7.11
7.12
7.15
7.17
7.18
7.05
7.15
7.18
7.25
7.28
7.30
7.29
7.25
7.25
7.26
7.28
7.23
7.19
7.26
7.28
7.32
7.34
7.34
7.33
7.35
7.19
7.06
6.77
6.48
6.43
7.16
6.92
7.11
7.15
7.08

59

Date

Station

9/5/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
9/27/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/07
10/10/7
10/10/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
11/27/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
12/19/07
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
2/14/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
3/13/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
4/24/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08
5/22/08

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

Time

Depth
(m)
2.3
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
20.71
15.9
15.89
15.92
15.9
15.85
15.88
12.71
12.7
12.67
12.68
12.68
12.7
5.36
5.3
5.3
5.24
5.24
5.28
4.55
4.54
4.54
4.55
4.52
4.52
5.66
5.53
5.40
5.29
5.25
5.3
9.26
9.24
9.24
9.26
9.25
9.17
11.0
10.98
10.96
10.95
10.93
10.92
17.32
17.28
17.23
17.16

DO
(mg/l)
6.95
97.8
97.0
102.2
103.9
100.6
46.7
9.35
9.38
9.72
9.61
9.45
9.34
8.77
8.74
8.81
8.78
8.64
8.31
10.11
10.08
10.12
10.14
9.36
10.03
11.81
11.78
11.83
11.82
11.63
8.5
11.44
11.25
11.28
11.48
11.44
10.98
10.8
10.76
10.73
10.74
10.72
5.00
9.10
9.06
9.08
9.07

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
142.3
147.9
147.3
106.1
148.3
147.9
148.0
134.9
135.7
135.8
136.1
135.6
135.7
119.6
119.7
119.7
119.9
119.7
119.6
90.5
90.4
90.6
90.6
90.4
90.1
89.0
88.6
88.5
88.8
88.5
88.9
88.1
87.8
88.2
88.1
88.0
88.1
101.8
100.9
100.9
101.2
101.2
101.3
109.9
109.8
109.8
109.7

pH
(units)
7.10
7.99
8.03
8.44
8.51
8.36
7.96
6.86
7.08
7.3
7.44
7.43
7.32
7.05
7.08
7.10
7.14
7.15
7.13
7.02
6.94
6.93
6.92
6.85
6.85
6.78
7.03
7.11
7.14
7.15
7.14
7.42
7.51
7.59
7.62
7.62
7.51
6.77
6.68
6.98
7.28
7.35
7.06
6.36
6.69
6.9
7.08

60

Date

Station

5/22/08
5/22/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/5/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
6/17/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/9/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
7/24/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/7/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
8/27/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/10/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08
9/30/08

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

Time

Depth
(m)
2
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
17.14
17.06
15.75
15.76
15.76
15.78
15.78
15.77
16.3
16.33
16.33
16.31
16.00
15.77
23.88
23.82
23.2
22.84
22.67
22.26
20.21
20.18
19.80
19.75
19.76
21.91
21.90
21.90
21.87
21.85
21.04
19.35
19.36
19.37
19.37
19.38
19.37
20.48
20.47
20.20
19.91
19.83
19.81
16.70
16.67
16.65
16.63

DO
(mg/l)
9.02
5.43
8.95
8.52
8.48
8.53
8.59
8.52
10.36
10.41
10.37
10.11
9.39
9.11
8.40
8.37
8.05
7.76
7.22
4.49
8.13
8.04
7.42
7.33
7.39
8.99
9.03
9.01
8.87
8.74
2.50
7.43
7.45
7.48
7.52
7.54
7.53
8.73
8.75
8.76
8.54
8.28
5.74
8.77
8.67
8.65
8.61

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
109.9
117.0
109.1
108.7
109.2
109.5
109.6
109.6
106.8
107.2
107.2
107.1
107.8
107.8
115.7
115.7
115.2
114.7
114.7
114.8
118.4
118.2
117.2
117.3
117.3
122.2
122.2
122.3
122.2
122.5
123.7
126.4
126.3
126.4
126.5
126.2
126.2
130.2
129.6
129.5
129.2
129.1
131.2
132.7
132.8
132.8
132.7

pH
(units)
7.17
7.00
6.32
6.51
6.68
6.81
6.88
6.92
7.51
7.46
7.57
7.62
7.49
7.32
7.44
7.32
7.26
7.17
7.16
6.92
7.08
7.08
7.13
7.10
7.11
6.68
6.89
7.06
7.10
7.17
6.92
7.20
7.20
7.26
7.30
7.34
7.33
7.45
7.47
7.50
7.48
7.44
6.98
6.85
6.97
7.03
7.08

61

Date

Station

9/30/08
9/30/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
10/23/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
11/20/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
12/11/08
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
1/26/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
2/24/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
3/31/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
4/30/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09
5/14/09

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

Time

Depth
(m)
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.3
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
16.43
16.41
11.53
11.49
11.41
11.34
11.32
11.34
9.31
9.3
9.3
9.3
9.29
9.33
6.74
6.71
6.69
6.69
6.68
2.83
3.00
3.51
3.66
3.57
3.59
6.69
6.45
6.44
6.41
6.39
6.37
8.02
7.98
7.92
7.91
7.83
7.83
15.22
14.49
14.31
14.24
13.35
13.42
13.84
13.60
13.52
13.48

DO
(mg/l)
5.74
4.74
7.98
7.82
7.78
7.61
7.53
5.10
6.94
6.93
6.92
6.81
6.72
5.00
8.60
8.44
8.38
8.33
8.12
102.9
10.03
10.15
10.42
10.42
10.49
10.85
10.62
10.61
10.61
10.61
10.39
12.16
12.32
12.30
12.27
12.24
11.69
9.93
9.97
9.94
9.92
8.64
5.17
8.45
8.33
8.29
8.22

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
132.9
135.0
127.3
127.4
127.5
128.0
128.0
128.0
113.6
113.6
113.6
113.7
113.6
114.2
110.2
110.8
110.9
110.5
111.0
94.9
93.4
93.1
94.0
94.0
95
97.8
97.5
97.6
97.9
97.4
97.7
95.6
95.4
95.3
95.3
95.7
95.4
99.3
99.4
99.1
99.1
99.1
87.7
94.5
94.8
94.2
94.3

pH
(units)
6.95
6.76
6.28
6.46
6.58
6.68
6.76
6.58
6.42
6.51
6.54
6.59
6.60
6.46
7.25
7.08
7.11
7.11
7.12
6.97
6.98
7.00
7.01
7.01
7.06
6.33
6.44
6.50
6.57
6.62
6.65
6.76
7.03
7.19
7.29
7.38
2.39
7.38
7.40
7.41
7.39
7.23
6.97
7.30
7.26
7.25
7.23

62

Date

Station

5/14/09
5/14/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
5/28/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
6/18/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/2/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/16/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
7/29/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
8/13/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/3/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09
9/29/09

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

Time

Depth
(m)
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0

Temperature
(°C)
13.41
13.41
20.31
19.98
19.66
19.49
18.58
17.41
20.52
20.52
20.52
20.52
20.44
20.21
21.78
21.74
21.64
21.46
21.11
21.96
21.95
21.91
21.53
20.13
19.57
27.36
27.26
26.87
26.67
25.61
20.43
20.42
20.40
20.34
19.77
19.77
19.81
19.83
19.86
19.82
19.70
19.69
16.21
16.20
16.18
16.18
16.17

DO
(mg/l)
8.13
7.18
9.71
9.85
9.99
9.82
9.03
2.46
8.54
8.56
8.55
8.45
6.93
2.20
9.14
9.2
9.25
9.23
5.62
8.90
8.92
9.00
8.63
2.93
0.82
7.86
7.90
7.92
6.98
3.24
7.75
7.75
7.55
7.00
1.79
0.81
8.67
8.59
8.53
8.35
6.90
6.99
8.45
8.43
8.44
8.41
7.92

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
94.6
94.3
97.7
97.6
97.3
97.5
95.0
109.1
103.5
103.2
103.6
103.5
103.2
106.7
10.66
106.6
107.0
106.3
107.1
109.4
109.0
109.0
109.2
109.7
111.9
115.1
115.0
114.6
114.8
113.6
119.1
119.5
119.1
119.3
120.4
120.7
122.4
122.2
122.9
122.6
121.0
122.9
125.5
125.8
126.1
126.0
126.0

pH
(units)
7.21
7.13
7.70
7.80
7.94
7.86
7.60
7.19
7.20
7.27
7.34
7.36
7.21
7.01
7.28
7.38
7.48
7.48
7.25
7.37
7.49
7.57
7.46
7.03
6.81
7.30
7.33
7.32
7.22
6.97
6.58
6.69
6.82
6.86
6.73
6.57
7.28
7.35
7.38
7.37
7.35
7.20
6.33
6.53
6.71
6.82
6.87

63

Date

Station

10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
10/20/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
11/24/09
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
1/7/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
2/18/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
3/31/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
4/28/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
5/20/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10
6/17/10

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

Time

Depth
(m)
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5

Temperature
(°C)
12.67
12.60
12.53
12.54
12.49
12.50
7.39
7.01
7.05
7.01
6.99
6.96
6.97
5.65
5.54
5.49
5.49
5.50
5.50
7.85
7.84
7.85
7.83
7.84
7.83
9.92
9.89
9.87
9.78
9.72
9.87
12.75
12.70
12.67
12.66
12.66
12.62
15.78
15.79
15.82
15.83
15.83
15.86
16.77
16.78
16.77
16.76

DO
(mg/l)
7.71
7.48
7.22
7.16
7.13
6.79
10.27
10.10
10.05
10.02
9.97
10.02
8.18
9.32
9.25
9.25
9.22
9.20
9.11
11.12
11.14
11.15
11.08
11.04
8.60
9.75
9.74
9.73
9.71
9.55
4.37
9.72
9.67
9.65
9.58
9.58
7.81
8.91
8.86
8.86
8.83
8.82
8.60
7.04
6.95
6.89
6.90

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
123.3
123.1
123.6
123.4
123.4
123.6
96.2
96.2
96.7
96.5
96.3
96.7
96.4
89.9
89.9
90.1
89.8
89.8
90.2
80.3
80.5
80.4
80.3
80.5
80.7
84.0
83.9
83.7
84.0
83.8
83.4
86.6
86.4
86.8
86.3
86.5
86.4
92.8
92.8
92.9
92.5
92.4
92.5
99.4
99.8
99.4
99.6

pH
(units)
6.33
6.41
6.47
6.52
6.56
6.58
7.23
7.21
7.20
7.19
7.18
7.15
7.13
6.67
6.78
7.00
7.22
7.31
7.29
6.37
6.62
6.78
7.27
7.17
6.98
6.95
7.02
7.18
7.22
7.21
7.07
7.08
6.75
6.98
7.11
7.23
7.18
7.00
7.06
7.12
7.14
7.15
7.17
6.63
6.48
6.60
6.74

64

Date

Station

6/17/10
6/17/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/15/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
7/29/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
8/24/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
9/30/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10
11/11/10

south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south
south

Time

Depth
(m)
2.0
2.5
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
0.0
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5

Temperature
(°C)
16.75
16.10
22.97
22.87
22.49
22.22
20.32
21.39
21.42
21.42
21.41
21.4
20.91
20.85
20.62
20.09
19.56
16.97
16.95
16.88
16.84
16.78
9.46
9.45
9.46
9.47
9.47
9.48

DO
(mg/l)
6.91
4.51
8.5
8.53
8.6
7.99
1.83
7.72
7.70
7.60
7.55
7.70
8.26
8.25
8.11
6.95
2.36
7.60
7.57
7.55
7.48
5.86
7.15
7.17
7.23
7.28
7.29
7.29

Sp Conductivity
(µS/cm)
99.4
100.0
108.4
108.5
107.8
107.8
110.3
113.0
113.1
112.7
112.7
112.7
118.9
119.0
118.8
118.5
117.9
123.1
122.9
123.3
122.7
124.2
103.3
103.7
103.7
103.6
103.8
103.6

pH
(units)
6.82
6.76
7.10
7.24
7.31
7.26
6.66
6.83
6.72
6.86
6.96
7.10
7.35
7.35
7.28
7.17
6.84
7.3
7.32
7.3
6.48
16.27
6.76
6.78
6.77
6.76
6.76
6.77

65

Appendix B – Laboratory Data

66

Table B-1. Analytical Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2006-2010.
Date
Station Depth
TP
TP
SRP
Phaeo_a
Alkalinity
(m)
(mg/l) (ug/l)
(mg/l)
(ug/l)
(CaCO3/mL)
24-Jan-06 Middle
0.5
0.028
28
0.012
< 0.1
24-Feb-06 Middle
0.5
0.029
29
0.05
3.4
23-Mar-06 Middle
0.5
0.035
35
0.003
5.7
21-Apr-06 Middle
0.5
0.021
21
0.002
3.6
22-MayMiddle
1
0.026
26
0.002
4.2
40.8
06
12-Jun-06 Middle
0.5
0.023
23
0.001
7.6
05-Jul-06 Middle
0.5
0.035
35
<0.001
3.2
27-Jul-06 Middle
0.5
0.056
56
>0.001
6.5
14-Aug-06 Middle
0.5
0.041
41
0.001
4.1
06-Sep-06 Middle
0.5
0.042
42
<0.001
4.8
28-Sep-06 Middle
0.5
0.036
36
0.001
16
31-Oct-06 Middle
0.5
0.030
30
0.001
2.6
21-Nov-06 Middle
0.5
0.031
31
0.010
2.3
19-Dec-06 Middle
0.5
0.031
31
0.008
1.7
22-MayMiddle
3
0.026
26
<0.001
06
12-Jun-06 Middle
2.5
0.027
27
0.002
05-Jul-06 Middle
2.5
0.043
43
<0.001
27-Jul-06 Middle
2.5
0.047
47
0.001
14-Aug-06 Middle
2.5
0.044
44
0.001
06-Sep-06 Middle
2.5
0.052
52
<0.001
28-Sep-06 Middle
2.5
0.041
41
0.001
29-Jan-07 Middle
0.5
0.028
28
0.009
1.3
28-Feb-07 Middle
0.5
0.034
34
0.005
7.2
15-Mar-07 Middle
0.5
0.037
37
0.004
3.9
10-Apr-07 Middle
0.5
0.031
31
0.003
6.6
24-MayMiddle
0.5
0.025
25
<0.001
2.1
07
18-Jun-07 Middle
0.5
0.013
13
0.002
2.2
02-Jul-07 Middle
0.5
0.016
16
<0.001
0.6
23-Jul-07 Middle
0.5
0.020
20
<0.001
1.8
05-Sep-07 Middle
1.0
0.023
23
<0.001
0.9
27-Sep-07 Middle
1.0
0.016
16
0.003
3.5
10-Oct-07 Middle
1.0
0.016
16
0.001
2.9
27-Nov-07 Middle
0.5
0.017
17
0.001
3.4
19-Dec-07 Middle
1.0
0.034
34
0.009
4.9
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
7.5
13
36
17
7.2
5.9
30
26
52
46
1.6
11
3.5
2.9
6.4
21
29
9.1
5.3
3.7
3.7
6.4
5.9
5.9
12
8.5
4.8
67

Date
28-Feb-07
24-May07
18-Jun-07
02-Jul-07
23-Jul-07
05-Sep-07
27-Sep-07
10-Oct-07
27-Nov-07
19-Dec-07
14-Feb-08
13-Mar-08
24-Apr-08
22-May08
05-Jun-08
17-Jun-08
09-Jul-08
24-Jul-08
07-Aug-08
27-Aug-08
10-Sep-08
30-Sep-08
23-Oct-08
20-Nov-08
11-Dec-08
14-Feb-08
13-Mar-08
24-Apr-08
22-May08
05-Jun-08
17-Jun-08
09-Jul-08
24-Jul-08
07-Aug-08
27-Aug-08
10-Sep-08
30-Sep-08

Station Depth
(m)
Middle
2.5
Middle
2.5

TP
(mg/l)
0.034
0.025

TP
(ug/l)
36
25

SRP
(mg/l)
0.004
0.001

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
4.2
4.0

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
23
9.1

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Center
Middle
Middle
Middle

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.026
0.019
0.020
0.020
0.021
0.016
0.018
0.037
0.030
0.024
0.039
0.013

26
19
20
20
21
16
18
37
30
24
39
13

0.002
<0.001
<0.001
<0.001
0.003
0.001
0.001
0.009
0.003
0.004
0.001
<0.001

6.6
0.8
1.6
1.6
3.5
3.5
2.7
6.1
1.9
7.6
4.9
3.7

-

4.8
4.3
9.6
5.9
5.9
14
7.7
3.2
27
36
22
3.7

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Center
Middle
Middle
Middle

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.9
2.5
2.5
2.5

0.012
0.021
0.010
0.019
0.025
0.034
0.030
0.026
0.020
0.025
0.028
0.028
0.023
0.020
0.049

12
21
10
19
25
34
30
26
20
25
28
28
23
20
49

0.001
0.002
0.001
<0.001
0.002
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.003
0.002
0.003
0.003
0.001
0.001

4.3
2.4
4.8
0.7
2.1
4.0
2.3
2.4
0.1
2.9
3.8
1.0
6.1
4.8
3.2

-

8.0
9.3
5.3
6.4
12
13
9.6
11
11
11
17
19
17
24
4.3

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

0.029
0.030
0.24
0.028
0.042
0.057
0.049
0.054

29
30
240
28
42
57
49
54

0.001
0.002
<0.001
<0.001
0.005
0.001
0.002
<0.001

4.5
3.1
4.0
0.4
3.0
4.9
3.1
3.4

-

7.5
7.2
5.3
7.5
12
12
9.6
9.6
68

Date
23-Oct-08
20-Nov-08
11-Dec-08
26-Jan-09
24-Feb-09
31-Mar-09
30-Apr-09
14-May09
28-May09
18-Jun-09
02-Jul-09
16-Jul-09
29-Jul-09
13-Aug-09
03-Sep-09
29-Sep-09
20-Oct-09
24-Nov-09
26-Jan-09
24-Feb-09
31-Mar-09
30-Apr-09
14-May09
28-May09
18-Jun-09
02-Jul-09
16-Jul-09
29-Jul-09
13-Aug-09
03-Sep-09
29-Sep-09
20-Oct-09
24-Nov-09
07-Jan-10

Station Depth
(m)
Middle
2.5
Middle
2.5
Middle
2.5
Middle
1.0

TP
(mg/l)
0.027
0.003
0.036
0.030

TP
(ug/l)
27
3
36
30

SRP
(mg/l)
0.001
0.003
0.002
0.008

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
0.7
2.9
3.6
lab error

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.026
0.032
0.0018
0.022

26
32
1.8
22

0.002
0.002
0.001
0.003

2.4
4.4
3.0
0.9

-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
7.5
10
16
lab
error
5.6
51
9.3
5.9

Middle

1.0

0.021

21

0.001

3.2

-

8.5

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.5

0.024
0.031
0.024
0.026
0.031
0.033
0.028
0.018
0.028
0.039

24
31
24
26
31
33
28
18
28
39

0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.005
0.008

2.4
2.5
4.0
3.2
4.0
2.3
5.2
4.4
3.4
lab error

-

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

0.083
0.042
0.068
0.025

83
42
68
25

0.001
0.002
0.001
0.004

4.1
4.3
2.1
3.3

-

18
7.2
9.1
12
13
24
15
10
5.6
lab
error
10
48
9.9
5.3

Middle

2.5

0.037

37

0.001

3.2

-

8.5

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
1.0

0.030
0.046
0.054
0.046
0.040
0.045
0.040
0.026
0.036
0.032

30
46
54
46
40
45
40
26
36
32

0.001
0.002
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.004
0.006
0.013

3.5
2.1
3.4
4.6
2.8
3.5
4.9
3.7
3.3
1.6

-

17
7.5
11
11
12
21
15
6.9
5.3
4.5
69

Date
18-Feb-10
31-Mar-10
28-Apr-10
20-May10
17-Jun-10
15-Jul-10
29-Jul-10
24-Aug-10
30-Sep-10
11-Nov-10
07-Jan-10
18-Feb-10
31-Mar-10
28-Apr-10
20-May10
17-Jun-10
15-Jul-10
29-Jul-10
24-Aug-10
30-Sep-10
11-Nov-10

Station Depth
(m)
Middle
1.0
Middle
1.0
Middle
1.0
Middle
1.0

TP
(mg/l)
0.034
0.039
0.035
0.024

TP
(ug/l)
34
39
35
24

SRP
(mg/l)
0.003
0.002
0.002
0.002

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
3.6
4.2
5.7
4.3

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
31
20
23
15

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1
1
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

0.030
0.031
0.037
0.019
0.024
0.027
0.074
0.042
0.041
0.048
0.031

30
31
37
19
24
27
74
42
41
48
31

0.002
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.002
0.010
0.004
0.002
0.001
0.002

4.1
4.3
3.6
5.1
1.5
4
1.6
2.9
4.3
7.6
4.2

-

15
14
5.3
5.3
4.8
5.3
4.5
34
15
21
16

Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle
Middle

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

0.057
0.046
0.024
0.023
0.025
0.033

57
46
24
23
25
33

0.002
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.003

4.9
4.5
3.6
3.5
2
2.7

-

-

Table B-2. Analytical Data for Long Lake North Station, 2006-2010.
Date
Station Depth
TP
TP
SRP
Phaeo_a
Alkalinity
(m)
(mg/l) (ug/L)
(mg/l)
(ug/l)
(CaCO3/mL)
24-Jan-06
North
0.5
0.029
29
0.011
0.3
24-Feb-06 North
0.5
0.029
29
0.04
2.9
23-Mar-06 North
0.5
0.032
32
0.004
3.4
21-Apr-06 North
0.5
0.026
26
0.002
2.3
22-MayNorth
1
0.031
31
0.002
3.9
41.0
06
12-Jun-06 North
0.5
0.023
23
0.002
3.1
05-Jul-06
North
0.5
0.041
41
0.001
4.6
27-Jul-06
North
0.5
0.037
37
0.001
3.9
14-Aug-06 North
0.5
0.044
44
0.001
5.6
06-Sep-06 North
0.5
0.042
42
<0.001
5.1
28-Sep-06 North
0.5
0.034
34
0.002
13
31-Oct-06 North
0.5
0.023
23
0.001
2.8
-

12
16
5.3
5.9
4.5
5.9

Chl_a
(ug/l)
6.4
18
30
18
6.4
6.4
25
29
52
42
2.0
7.5
70

Date
21-Nov-06
19-Dec-06
05-Jul-06
06-Sep-06
28-Sep-06
29-Jan-07
28-Feb-07
15-Mar-07
10-Apr-07
24-May07
18-Jun-07
02-Jul-07
23-Jul-07
05-Sep-07
27-Sep-07
10-Oct-07
27-Nov-07
19-Dec-07
14-Feb-08
13-Mar-08
24-Apr-08
22-May08
05-Jun-08
17-Jun-08
09-Jul-08
24-Jul-08
07-Aug-08
27-Aug-08
10-Sep-08
30-Sep-08
23-Oct-08
20-Nov-08
11-Dec-08
26-Jan-09
24-Feb-09
31-Mar-09
30-Apr-09

Station Depth
(m)
North
0.5
North
0.5
North
2.5
North
2.0
North
2.0
North
0.5
North
0.5
North
0.5
North
0.5
North
0.5

TP
(mg/l)
0.027
0.031
0.078
0.040
0.102
0.028
0.034
0.031
0.029
0.025

TP
(ug/L)
27
31
78
40
102
28
34
31
29
25

SRP
(mg/l)
0.009
0.008
<0.001
<0.001
0.002
0.009
0.005
0.003
0.003
0.001

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
2.3
2.0
1.0
6.1
3.7
6.6
3.4

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
2.4
4.5
6.7
26
18
9.1
7.5

North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.0
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.073
0.015
0.017
0.014
0.016
0.014
0.017
0.038
0.030
0.025
0.026
0.014

73
15
17
14
16
14
17
38
30
25
26
14

0.002
<0.001
<0.001
<0.001
0.003
<0.001
0.002
0.009
0.003
0.003
0.001
0.001

1.9
0.4
2.0
1.7
2.7
2.3
2.9
4.6
2.1
5.6
6.2
4.1

-

2.9
3.7
6.9
4.3
4.8
10
8.5
5.9
28
34
23
3.7

North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.012
0.015
0.014
0.017
0.027
0.029
0.024
0.022
0.017
0.021
0.026
0.030

12
15
14
17
27
29
24
22
17
21
26
30

0.002
0.002
<0.001
<0.001
0.002
0.002
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.003
0.002
0.007

2.6
2.4
4.5
<0.1
2.5
5.1
3.5
2.0
0.1
2.9
3.9
lab error

-

North
North
North

1.0
1.0
1.0

0.027
0.037
0.019

27
37
19

0.002
0.002
0.001

4.2
5.1
2.5

-

10
8.8
3.7
4.8
12
12
9.6
9.6
9.6
6.4
16
lab
error
9.1
50
11
71

Date
14-May09
28-May09
18-Jun-09
02-Jul-09
16-Jul-09
29-Jul-09
13-Aug-09
03-Sep-09
29-Sep-09
20-Oct-09
24-Nov-09
07-Jan-10
18-Feb-10
31-Mar-10
28-Apr-10
20-May10
17-Jun-10
15-Jul-10
29-Jul-10
24-Aug-10
30-Sep-10
11-Nov-10

Station Depth
(m)
North
1.0

TP
(mg/l)
0.030

TP
(ug/L)
30

SRP
(mg/l)
0.003

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
2.3

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
13

North

1.0

0.019

19

0.001

3.1

-

11

North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North
North

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.026
0.023
0.024
0.024
0.027
0.028
0.022
0.025
0.026
0.031
0.031
0.037
0.036
0.063

26
23
24
24
27
28
22
25
26
31
31
37
36
63

0.023
0.002
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.004
0.009
0.003
0.002
0.001
0.002

3.2
2.6
2.1
2.7
5.6
2.5
5.2
4.4
2.4
1.5
2.9
2.7
6.9
4.2

-

15
7.5
9.1
9.6
14
24
14
15
6.4
3.2
32
20
23
17

North
North
North
North
North
North

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1
1.0

0.038
0.031
0.031
0.034
0.017
0.026

38
31
31
34
17
26

0.013
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002

5.4
2.4
3.3
3.1
2.2
4

-

19
14
6.4
5.9
6.4
5.3

Table B-3. Analytical Data for Long Lake South Station, 2006-2010.
Date
Station Depth
TP
TP
SRP
Phaeo_a
Alkalinity
(m)
(mg/l) (ug/L)
(mg/l)
(ug/l)
(CaCO3/mL)
24-Jan-06
South
0.5
0.026
26
0.012
< 0.1
24-Feb-06 South
0.5
0.029
29
0.05
2.7
23-Mar-06 South
0.5
0.038
38
0.005
6.2
21-Apr-06 South
0.5
0.032
32
0.002
2.4
22-MaySouth
1
0.025
25
0.001
3.4
40.8
06
12-Jun-06 South
0.5
0.026
26
0.001
2.2
05-Jul-06
South
0.5
0.041
41
0.001
4.6
27-Jul-06
South
0.5
0.030
30
0.001
2.3
14-Aug-06 South
0.5
0.040
40
0.001
4.4
06-Sep-06 South
0.5
0.038
38
<0.001
3.5
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
5.9
13
38
15
7.2
9.3
54
16
59
37
72

Date
28-Sep-06
31-Oct-06
21-Nov-06
19-Dec-06
05-Jul-06
27-Jul-06
06-Sep-06
28-Sep-06
29-Jan-07
28-Feb-07
15-Mar-07
10-Apr-07
24-May07
18-Jun-07
02-Jul-07
23-Jul-07
05-Sep-07
27-Sep-07
10-Oct-07
27-Nov-07
19-Dec-07
14-Feb-08
13-Mar-08
24-Apr-08
22-May08
05-Jun-08
17-Jun-08
09-Jul-08
24-Jul-08
07-Aug-08
27-Aug-08
10-Sep-08
30-Sep-08
23-Oct-08
20-Nov-08
11-Dec-08
26-Jan-09

Station Depth
(m)
South
0.5
South
0.5
South
0.5
South
0.5
South
2.5
South
2.5
South
2.0
South
2.0
South
0.5
South
0.5
South
0.5
South
0.5
South
0.5

TP
(mg/l)
0.034
0.032
0.032
0.029
0.067
0.216
0.137
0.042
0.041
0.038
0.040
0.032
0.019

TP
(ug/L)
34
32
32
29
67
216
137
42
41
38
40
32
19

SRP
(mg/l)
0.002
0.002
0.010
0.009
0.002
0.002
0.001
0.002
0.011
0.005
0.005
0.003
<0.001

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
11
3.5
3.3
1.8
1.7
9.3
7.3
4.8

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
1.9
7.7
2.7
3.5
8.8
25
6.9
2.7

South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.0
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.017
0.018
0.021
0.014
0.014
0.010
0.015
0.028
0.025
0.028
0.019
0.018

17
18
21
14
14
10
15
28
25
28
19
18

0.002
0.001
0.001
<0.001
0.004
<0.001
0.002
0.009
0.003
0.003
0.001
<0.001

1.7
1.3
5.1
1.1
2.1
2.3
2.9
6.1
1.5
5.9
3.8
4.5

-

3.7
4.3
5.3
3.7
4.3
4.8
4.8
5.9
19
25
13
4.8

South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.016
0.022
0.014
0.017
0.035
0.033
0.030
0.018
0.023
0.030
0.046
0.031

16
22
14
17
35
33
30
18
23
30
46
31

0.002
0.003
<0.001
<0.001
0.002
0.001
0.004
<0.001
0.001
0.003
0.003
0.009

3.4
3.2
3.6
1.7
3.2
4.9
2.0
0.4
0.1
3.6
7.3
lab error

-

8.5
12
4.3
6.9
8.0
11
6.9
8.5
8.5
20
45
lab
error
73

Date
24-Feb-09
31-Mar-09
30-Apr-09
14-May09
28-May09
18-Jun-09
02-Jul-09
16-Jul-09
29-Jul-09
13-Aug-09
03-Sep-09
29-Sep-09
20-Oct-09
24-Nov-09
07-Jan-10
18-Feb-10
31-Mar-10
28-Apr-10
20-May10
17-Jun-10
15-Jul-10
29-Jul-10
24-Aug-10
30-Sep-10
11-Nov-10

Station Depth
(m)
South
1.0
South
1.0
South
1.0
South
1.0

TP
(mg/l)
0.026
0.033
0.021
0.023

TP
(ug/L)
26
33
21
23

SRP
(mg/l)
0.001
0.002
0.001
0.003

Phaeo_a
(ug/l)
4.2
4.5
2.4
1.5

Alkalinity
(CaCO3/mL)
-

Chl_a
(ug/l)
12
46
8.8
8.5

South

1.0

0.022

22

0.002

3.3

-

14

South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South
South

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.027
0.021
0.025
0.024
0.032
0.032
0.023
0.021
0.031
0.031
0.036
0.032
0.037
0.026

27
21
25
24
32
32
23
21
31
31
36
32
37
26

0.001
0.002
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.008
0.010
0.003
0.002
0.001
0.002

2.8
2.1
3.0
4.1
3.9
2.6
5.2
3.3
2.5
1.8
3.7
4.6
7.5
4.6

-

14
6.7
8.5
7.5
18
19
11
5.1
5.3
4.5
35
21
22
17

South
South
South
South
South
South

1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

0.031
0.029
0.023
0.033
0.019
0.026

31
29
23
33
19
26

0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.003

3.9
2.8
5.0
6.4
2.3
4.4

-

11
12
5.9
4.4
4.8
5.3

Table B-4. Analytical Data for Salmonberry Creek, 2006-2010.
Date
Station
TP (mg/l) TP (ug/L) SRP (mg/l)
24-Feb-06 Salmonberry
0.035
35
0.011
23-Mar-06 Salmonberry
0.040
40
21-Apr-06 Salmonberry
0.035
35
22-May-06 Salmonberry
0.037
37
12-Jun-06 Salmonberry
0.056
56
0.019
05-Jul-06 Salmonberry
0.038
38
0.021
27-Jul-06 Salmonberry
0.036
36
0.022
14-Aug-06 Salmonberry
0.029
29
0.018
06-Sep-06 Salmonberry
0.032
32
0.016
74

Date
28-Sep-06
31-Oct-06
21-Nov-06
19-Dec-06
29-Jan-07
28-Feb-07
15-Mar-07
10-Apr-07
24-May-07
18-Jun-07
02-Jul-07
23-Jul-07
05-Sep-07
27-Sep-07
10-Oct-07
27-Nov-07
19-Dec-07
14-Feb-08
13-Mar-08
24-Apr-08
22-May-08
05-Jun-08
17-Jun-08
09-Jul-08
24-Jul-08
07-Aug-08
27-Aug-08
10-Sep-08
30-Sep-08
23-Oct-08
20-Nov-08
11-Dec-08
26-Jan-09
24-Feb-09
31-Mar-09
30-Apr-09
14-May-09
28-May-09
18-Jun-09
02-Jul-09
16-Jul-09

Station
TP (mg/l) TP (ug/L) SRP (mg/l)
Salmonberry
0.028
28
0.013
Salmonberry
0.020
20
0.007
Salmonberry
0.032
32
0.010
Salmonberry
0.026
26
0.009
Salmonberry
0.028
28
0.012
Salmonberry
0.037
37
0.01
Salmonberry
0.038
38
0.008
Salmonberry
0.036
36
0.010
Salmonberry
0.038
38
0.013
Salmonberry
0.039
39
0.016
Salmonberry
0.032
32
0.019
Salmonberry
0.042
42
0.021
Salmonberry
0.027
27
0.017
Salmonberry
0.030
30
0.021
Salmonberry
0.028
28
0.012
Salmonberry
0.026
26
0.008
Salmonberry
0.052
52
0.011
Salmonberry
0.031
31
0.011
Salmonberry
0.039
39
0.011
Salmonberry
0.028
28
0.007
Salmonberry
0.041
41
0.013
Salmonberry
0.043
43
0.013
Salmonberry
0.031
31
0.021
Salmonberry
0.033
33
0.019
Salmonberry
0.026
26
0.016
Salmonberry
0.090
90
0.021
Salmonberry
0.050
50
0.020
Salmonberry
0.033
33
0.018
Salmonberry
0.027
27
0.014
Salmonberry
0.178
178
0.012
Salmonberry
0.041
41
0.017
Salmonberry
0.052
52
0.015
Salmonberry
0.032
32
0.011
Salmonberry
0.080
80
0.011
Salmonberry
0.037
37
0.010
Salmonberry
0.035
35
0.009
Salmonberry
0.065
65
0.013
Salmonberry
0.123
123
0.016
Salmonberry
0.039
39
0.018
Salmonberry
0.037
37
0.022
Salmonberry
0.033
33
0.019
75

Date
29-Jul-09
13-Aug-09
03-Sep-09
29-Sep-09
20-Oct-09
24-Nov-09
07-Jan-10
18-Feb-10
31-Mar-10
28-Apr-10
20-May-10
17-Jun-10
15-Jul-10
29-Jul-10
24-Aug-10
30-Sep-10
11-Nov-10

Station
TP (mg/l) TP (ug/L) SRP (mg/l)
Salmonberry
0.043
43
0.026
Salmonberry
0.032
32
0.018
Salmonberry
0.028
28
0.018
Salmonberry
0.025
25
0.012
Salmonberry
0.047
47
0.010
Salmonberry
0.036
36
0.012
Salmonberry
0.037
37
0.012
Salmonberry
0.040
40
0.012
Salmonberry
0.051
51
0.008
Salmonberry
0.043
43
0.009
Salmonberry
0.059
59
0.013
Salmonberry
0.045
45
0.017
Salmonberry
0.041
41
0.017
Salmonberry
0.037
37
0.018
Salmonberry
0.037
37
0.014
Salmonberry
0.042
42
0.17
Salmonberry
0.042
42
0.011

Table B-5. Analytical Data for GroundWater Creek, 2006-2010.
Date
Station TP (mg/l) TP (ug/L) SRP (mg/l)
14-Aug-06 GW Creek
0.027
27
0.020
28-Sep-06 GW Creek
0.050
50
0.018
31-Oct-06 GW creek
0.023
23
0.013
21-Nov-06 GW creek
0.009
9
0.007
24-May-07 GW Creek
0.021
21
18-Jun-07 GW Creek
0.028
28
0.020
02-Jul-07 GW Creek
0.028
28
0.019
23-Jul-07 GW Creek
0.031
31
0.022
05-Sep-07 GW Creek
0.031
31
0.021
27-Sep-07 GW Creek
0.028
28
0.027
10-Oct-07 GW Creek
0.025
25
0.017
27-Nov-07 GW Creek
0.017
17
0.013
19-Dec-07 GW Creek
0.020
20
0.011
14-Feb-08 GW Creek
0.023
23
0.017
13-Mar-08 GW Creek
0.023
23
0.017
24-Apr-08 GW Creek
0.024
24
0.016
22-May-08 GW Creek
0.030
30
0.020
05-Jun-08 GW Creek
0.030
30
0.021
17-Jun-08 GW Creek
0.031
31
0.022
76

Date
09-Jul-08
24-Jul-08
07-Aug-08
27-Aug-08
10-Sep-08
30-Sep-08
23-Oct-08
20-Nov-08
11-Dec-08
26-Jan-09
24-Feb-09
31-Mar-09
30-Apr-09
14-May-09
28-May-09
18-Jun-09
02-Jul-09
16-Jul-09
29-Jul-09
13-Aug-09
03-Sep-09
29-Sep-09
20-Oct-09
24-Nov-09
07-Jan-10
18-Feb-10
31-Mar-10
28-Apr-10
20-May-10
17-Jun-10
15-Jul-10
29-Jul-10
24-Aug-10
30-Sep-10
11-Nov-10

Station TP (mg/l) TP (ug/L) SRP (mg/l)
GW Creek
0.026
26
0.022
GW Creek
0.026
26
0.019
GW Creek
0.039
39
0.021
GW Creek
0.033
33
0.021
GW Creek
0.031
31
0.021
GW Creek
0.031
31
0.017
GW Creek
0.027
27
0.016
GW Creek
0.029
29
0.013
GW Creek
0.027
27
0.015
GW Creek
0.019
19
0.015
GW Creek
0.043
43
0.016
GW Creek
0.026
26
0.017
GW Creek
0.030
30
0.016
GW Creek
0.029
29
0.019
GW Creek
0.028
28
0.019
GW Creek
0.033
33
0.019
GW Creek
0.059
59
0.022
GW Creek
0.032
32
0.020
GW Creek
0.050
50
0.022
GW Creek
0.028
28
0.020
GW Creek
0.032
32
0.020
GW Creek
0.026
26
0.018
GW Creek
0.026
26
0.017
GW Creek
0.018
18
0.009
GW Creek
0.039
39
0.013
GW Creek
0.024
24
0.014
GW Creek
0.022
22
0.013
GW Creek
0.030
30
0.016
GW Creek
0.048
48
0.022
GW Creek
0.035
35
0.022
GW Creek
0.034
34
0.022
GW Creek
0.032
32
0.022
GW Creek
0.028
28
0.020
GW Creek
0.031
31
0.017
GW Creek
0.024
24
0.012

77

Appendix C – Phytoplankton Data

78

Table C-1. Phytoplankton Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2006.
PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
01/24/2006
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

2.00
2.00
4.00

916
1,436.03

2.00
6.00
32.00
176.00
308.00

1,046.67
457.92
621.72
179.50
678.24

2,093
2,748
19,895
31,593 ovoid cell
208,898

4.00
2.00
20.00
70.00
2.00
2.00
624

200.96
769.30
720.00
2,260.80
753.60
83.34

804 small cells<10um diam
1,539
14,400
158,256
1,507
167
441,899

14.00
2.00
88.00
104.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
214.31

36,926
11,869
18,859
67,654

2.00
2.00
4.00

2,260.80
9,231.60

4,522
18,463
22,985

4.00
4.00

10,597.50

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Closterium sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon bavaricum
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Navicula sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

1,832
2,872 dense chloroplast
4,704

42,390 dense cell contents
42,390
(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

740 Total Volume
0.54
84.32
14.05
0.54
0.54
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

579,632

(mm3/L)

0.580

0.81
76.24
11.67
3.97
7.31

79

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
02/24/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Oocystis sp.
undet green filament
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon bavaricum
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

2.00
2.00
14.00
2.00
20.00

128
1,013.17
392.50
1,436.03

8.00
6.00
2.00
50.00
968.00
352.00

1,046.67
457.92
1,959.36
621.72
179.50
678.24

8,373
2,748
3,919
31,086
173,759 ovoid cell
238,740

256.00
2.00
80.00
8.00
50.00
40.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
6.00
2.00
1840

420.00
2,826.00
286.13
769.30
576.00
1,588.06
541.65
96.16
199.47
402.97
6,930.00
4,640.00

107,520
5,652
22,891 small cells<10um diam
6,154
28,800
63,522
1,083
385
399
806
41,580
9,280
746,697

10.00
10.00

214.31

1870 Total Volume
1.07 Percent Chlorophyta
98.40 Percent Chrysophyta
0.53 Percent Cryptophyta
+=filament

µm3/ml

comments

256
2,026 unicell
5,495
2,872 dense chloroplast
10,650

2,143
2,143

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

759,490

0.759

1.40
98.32
0.28

80

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
03/23/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Eudorina elegans
Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp. (sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

64.00
352.00
33.00
449.00

1,436.03
334.93
3,052.08

91,906
117,897 colonies collapsed
100,719 flagellate?
310,521

440.00
1,320.00
2,530.00
33.00
11.00
70.00
6,050.00
220.00

1,151.33
444.83
636.37
2,299.53
3,537.73
621.72
179.50
791.28

506,587
587,180
1,610,025
75,884
38,915
43,520
1,085,995 ovoid cell
174,082

1,540.00
33.00
30.00
44.00
11.00
11.00
12343

450.00
769.30
1,306.24
547.11
3,974.72
96.16

693,000
25,387
39,187
24,073
43,722 S. acus-like
1,058
4,948,615

770.00
55.00
66.00
242.00
1,133.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
1,102.14
202.06

2,030,952
326,403
72,741
48,898
2,478,995

2.00
2

2,571.14

11.00
11.00
22.00

4,144.80
17,935.68

45,593
197,292
242,885

11.00
11.00

19,270.18

211,972 dense cell contents
211,972

13960 Total Volume
3.22
88.42
8.12
0.01
0.16
0.08
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

comments

5,142 smooth wall
5,142

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

8,198,130

8.198

3.79
60.36
30.24
0.06
2.96
2.59

81

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
04/21/2006
STATION: center
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Dictyosphaerium sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Uroglena/Uroglenopsis spp. asmblg
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Other
undeter colony*
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

128.00
16.00
2.00
146.00

136.78
381.51
1,436.03

17,508
6,104
2,872 gelatinous envel
26,484

20.00
400.00
110.00
200.00
292.00
1,320.00
33.00

1,151.33
636.37
2,872.05
942.00
621.72
179.50
791.28

23,027
254,549
315,926
188,400 colonies disrupted
181,542
236,944 ovoid cell
26,112

17,600.00
55.00
2.00
20032

525.00
1,306.24
2,198.00

440.00
33.00
11.00
165.00
649.00

2,637.60
12,572.56
1,224.60
202.06

11.00
11

523.33

11.00
11.00

17,898.00

20849 Total Volume
0.70
96.08
3.11
0.05
0.05
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Other

µm3/ml

comments

9,240,000
71,843
4,396 S. acus-like
10,542,740
1,160,544
414,894
13,471
33,340
1,622,249
5,757 tiny cell;smooth wall
5,757

196,878 irreg yel/grn colony
196,878
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

12,394,107

12.394

0.21
85.06
13.09
0.05
1.59

82

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
05/22/2006
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

1,100.00
44.00
1,760.00
2904

4.19
227.96
22.44

352.00
22.00
44.00
2.00
44.00
2.00
2.00
11.00
2.00
44.00
44.00
88.00
88.00
22.00
22.00
789.00

136.78
105.98
1,013.17
4,102.93
251.20
1,823.71
5,111.87
3,109.87
1,582.56
226.08
523.33
113.04
33.49
267.95
1,436.03

48,146
2,331
44,580
8,206
11,053
3,647
10,224
34,209
3,165
9,948
23,027
9,948
2,947
5,895
31,593
248,917

528.00
11.00
735.00
176.00
154.00
154.00

113.04
2,666.91
621.72
179.50
2,289.06
791.28

59,685 cells disrupted
29,336
456,964
31,593 ovoid cell
352,515
121,857

660.00
330.00
110.00
412.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
22.00
11.00
3347

495.00
576.00
1,008.00
3,165.12
1,256.00
2,826.00
89.75
269.26
6,930.00
4,640.00

11.00
22.00
100.00
44.00
177.00

5,086.80
423.90
1,224.60
202.06

2.00
2.00
11.00
11.00
26

2,260.80
3,014.40
2,571.14
4,186.67

11.00
11.00
11.00
33.00

2,260.80
4,521.60
8,440.32

2.00
11.00
13.00

14,130.00
18,840.00

Cyanophyta
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis pusilla/parva grp
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
Staurastrum paradoxum/pingue asmblg
Tetraedron sp.
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Navicula sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Phacus sp.
Trachelomonas sp. (sph)
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other
undeter unicell
undeter colony*
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

7289 Total Volume
39.84
10.82
45.92
2.43
0.36
0.45
0.18
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

4,605
10,030
39,491 cells @col edge;fibrils?
54,126

unicell

4-cell colony

cell pairs
gelatinous envel
dense chloroplast

326,700
190,080
110,880
1,304,029 some w/term spine
13,816
31,086 S. acus-like
987
2,962
152,460
51,040
3,235,991
55,955
9,326
122,460
8,891
196,631
4,522
6,029
28,283 smooth wall
46,053
84,886
24,869
49,738
92,844
167,450
28,260 dense cell contents
207,240 irreg yel-gr colony
235,500
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

4,223,502

4.224

1.28
5.89
76.62
4.66
2.01
3.96
5.58

83

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
06/12/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

Anabaena sp.
90.00
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae grp
210.00
Anabaena sp.
200.00
Anabaena sp.
200.00
Anabaena spiroides
30.00
Anacystis spp. 1,600.00
Chroococcus sp.
16.00
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg 10,600.00
Taxon Subtotal
12946
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
10.00
Cosmarium sp.
2.00
Pandorina sp.
32.00
*
Pediastrum duplex
2.00
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
2.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
16.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
176.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
2.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
4.00
Taxon Subtotal
246.00
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon divergens
560.00
Mallomonas sp.
6.00
filamentous chrysophyte
600.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
550.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
6.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
20.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
33.00
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
16.00
Cyclotella sp.
2.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
220.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
60.00
Melosira sp.
150.00
Melosira sp.
82.00
undet pennate diatom
2.00
Taxon Subtotal
2307
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
82.00
Cryptomonas sp.
28.00
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
2.00
small cryptomonad
14.00
cryptomonad
6.00
Rhodomonas sp.
12.00
Taxon Subtotal
144.00
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
6.00
Taxon Subtotal
6
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
1.00
Taxon Subtotal
1.00
Other
undeter unicell
14.00
undeter unicell
2.00
undeter colony*
6.00
Taxon Subtotal
22.00

150.72
113.04
65.42
256.43
696.56
4.19
227.96
22.44

13,565
23,738
13,083
51,287
20,897
6,699
3,647
237,842
370,758

irreg, crimped coils
reg,loose coils; heterocysts
short loose coils;no gonidia
linear, compres cells

Cyanophyta

103
3,077.20
886.53
2,093.33
3,024.87
381.51
47.69
267.95
1,436.03

487.22
4,308.08
621.72
179.50
4,578.12
1,945.75
791.28
495.00
769.30
648.00
1,008.00
1,153.95
2,486.88
615.44

2,461.76
5,934.60
12,572.56
423.90
932.58
202.06

2,571.14

60,000.00

1,607.68
14,130.00
18,840.00

Total Number/ml

15672 Total Volume

Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

82.61 Percent
1.57 Percent
14.72 Percent
0.92 Percent
0.04 Percent
0.01 Percent
0.14 Percent
+=filament

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

cells @col edge;fibrils?

1,026
6,154
28,369
4,187
6,050 4-cell colony
6,104
8,393
536 gelatinous sheath
5,744 dense chloroplast
66,563
272,845
25,848
373,032
98,727 ovoid cell
27,469 long flagellum
38,915
26,112
7,920
1,539
142,560
60,480
173,093 some w/term spine
203,924 some w/term spine
1,231
1,453,695
201,864
166,169
25,145
5,935
5,595
2,425
407,133
15,427 smooth wall
15,427
60,000
60,000
22,508 dense cell contents
28,260 dense obovate cell
113,040 irreg yel-gr colony
163,808
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,537,383

2.537

14.61
2.62
57.29
16.05
0.61
2.36
6.46

84

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
07/05/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae grp
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/spiroides asmblg
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
Anacystis spp.
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pandorina sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon cylindricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Epithemia sp.
Fragilaria sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Other
undeter unicell
undeter unicell
undeter colony*
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml
µm3/cell
µm3/ml
180.00
180.00
8,400.00
1,650.00
300.00
880.00
17,600.00
44.00
13,200.00
42434

113.04
65.42
256.43
179.50
269.26
6.28
4.19
227.96
22.44

20,347
11,775
2,154,040
296,181
80,777
5,526
73,685
10,030
296,181
2,948,542

22.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
64.00
8.00
16.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
22.00
16.00
88.00
352.00
11.00
11.00
626.00

103
251
9,420.00
6,154.40
136.78
669.87
1,139.82
6,028.80
256.43
3,024.87
3,109.87
133.97
189.97
423.90
113.04
523.33
2,143.57

2,257
502
18,840
12,309
8,754
5,359
18,237
12,058
513
12,099
6,220
2,947
3,040
37,303
39,790
5,757
23,579
209,564

4.00
40.00
11.00
484.00
330.00
66.00

1,151.33
487.22
1,646.41
621.72
179.50
791.28

4,605
19,489
18,110
300,912
59,236 ovoid cell
52,224

16.00
2.00
154.00
6,050.00
2,060.00
11.00
9228

495.00
5,861
630.00
648.00
1,406.72
320.54

11.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
44.00

2,461.76
423.90
932.58
202.06

27,079
4,663
10,258
2,223
44,223

2.00
2.00
2.00
6

2,486.88
2,571.14
7,234.56

4,974
5,142 smooth wall
14,469
24,585

11.00
11.00
11.00
33.00

2,289.06
14,130.00
18,840.00

52371 Total Volume
81.03
1.20
17.62
0.08
0.01
0.06
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Other

comments

reg,loose coils; heterocysts pres
short loose coils ;no gonidia
linear,compres cells;many decaying
reg coils, many decaying
many filaments decaying

cells @col edge;fibrils?

coarse,punctate wall
col tightly packed w/cells
unicell
small-cell colonies
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
flagellate pairs

mucous sheath
mucous sheath

7,920
11,723
97,020
3,920,400
2,897,843 some w/term spine
3,526
7,393,010

25,180 dense cell contents
155,430 dense obovate cell
207,240 irreg yel-gr colony
387,850
(um3/ml)
(mm3/L)

11,007,773

11.008

26.79
1.90
67.16
0.40
0.22
3.52

85

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
07/27/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae grp
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
Aphanocapsa sp.
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Woronichinia (Coelosph Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Asterococcus limneticus
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Kirchneriella sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Staurastrum paradoxum/pingue asmblg
Tetraedron sp.
Tetraedron limneticum
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Other
undeter unicell
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml
µm3/cell
µm3/ml
1,210.00
10,310.00
1,800.00
330.00
200.00
2,800.00
128.00
8.00
6,600.00
1,600.00
24986

267.95
256.43
381.51
269.26
65.42
4.19
227.96
334.93
22.44
25.64

324,215
2,643,828
686,718
88,854
13,083
11,723
29,179
2,679
148,090
41,029
3,989,400

20.00
8.00
288.00
32.00
4.00
32.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
4.00
10.00
6.00
2.00
2.00
32.00
656.00
6.00
2.00
1,116.00

103
1,436.03
136.78
167
2,051.47
1,013.17
8,205.87
9,231.60
251.20
837.33
167.47
6,652.56
11,475.00
9,848.04
150.46
65.42
2,143.57
1,436.03

2,051
11,488
39,392
5,359
8,206
32,422
16,412
18,463
2,010
3,349
1,675
39,915
22,950
19,696
4,815
42,913
12,861
2,872
286,850

2.00
54.00
850.00
440.00
330.00

6,443.28
2,653.30
621.72
179.50
791.28

240.00
28.00
9,900.00
1,375.00
1.00
6.00
13226

495.00
490.00
648.00
1,406.72
2,747.50
199.47

24.00
10.00
165.00
199.00

2,461.76
932.58
176.63

59,082
9,326
29,143
97,551

6.00
6.00
12

2,571.14
5,572.45

15,427 smooth wall
33,435
48,862

1.00
1.00

60,000.00

10.00
2.00
12.00

2,289.06
11,304.00

39552 Total Volume
63.17
2.82
33.44
0.50
0.03
0.00
0.03
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

comments

reg,loose coils; most decaying
linear,compres cells;most decaying
reg coils, most decaying
many filaments decaying
cells w/pseudovacuoles

cells @col edge;fibrils?

small-cell colonies

4-cell colony

large cell

muc sheath;unicell/pairs
dense cell

12,887
143,278
528,462
78,981 ovoid cell
261,122
118,800
13,720
6,415,200
1,934,240 some w/term spine
2,748 S. acus-like
1,197
9,510,635

60,000
60,000
22,891 dense cell contents
22,608 dense ovate cell
45,499
(um3/ml)
(mm3/L)

14,038,796

14.039

28.42
2.04
67.75
0.69
0.35
0.43
0.32

86

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
08/14/2006
STATION: center-0.5m

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:

Taxon
Cells/ml
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae grp
440.00
Anabaena sp. 16,500.00
Anabaena spiroides
1,650.00
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
200.00
Aphanocapsa sp.
500.00
Anacystis spp.
2,200.00
Chroococcus sp.
352.00
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg 13,200.00
+
Oscillatoria sp.
11.00
Microcystis aeruginosa/weisenbergii asmblg
300.00
Taxon Subtotal
35353
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
11.00
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
11.00
*
Botryococcus sp.
4.00
Dictyosphaerium sp.
704.00
Kirchneriella sp.
44.00
Oocystis sp.
44.00
*
Pediastrum duplex
1.00
Quadrigula sp.
44.00
*
Scenedesmus bijuga
11.00
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
11.00
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
22.00
Staurastrum paradoxum/pingue asmblg
2.00
Tetraedron sp.
11.00
Tetraedron limneticum
4.00
colonial (ell) nannoplktn 5,984.00
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
44.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
88.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
33.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
33.00
Taxon Subtotal 7,106.00
Chrysophyta
filamentous chrysophyte 1,260.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
220.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
110.00
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
44.00
Cyclotella sp.
11.00
Epithemia sp.
11.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
880.00
Melosira sp.
1,760.00
Nitzschia sp.
2.00
Synedra sp.
11.00
Synedra sp.
11.00
Taxon Subtotal
4320
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
132.00
cryptomonad
242.00
Rhodomonas sp.
616.00
Taxon Subtotal
990.00
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
1.00
Trachelomonas volvocina
33.00
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
11.00
Taxon Subtotal
45
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
11.00
Taxon Subtotal
11.00
Other
undeter colony*
33.00
Taxon Subtotal
33.00

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

267.95
423.90
381.51
269.26
65.42
4.19
227.96
22.44
879.20
150.46

117,897
6,994,350
629,492
53,851
32,708
9,211
80,243
296,181
9,671
45,137
8,268,740

103
352
9,420.00
136.78
167
2,051.47
9,231.60
326.56
256.43
2,051.47
234.45
6,652.56
3,109.87
9,848.04
94.99
158.31
381.51
267.95
2,143.57

1,128
3,868
37,680
96,292
7,369
90,265
9,232
14,369
2,821
22,566
5,158
13,305
34,209
39,392
568,390
6,966
33,573
8,842
70,738
1,066,162

621.72
267.95
791.28
495.00
769.30
2,198
604.80
1,406.72
2,884.88
199.47
366.33

cells @col edge;fibrils?
robust cells;clathrate col;thick muc

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

mucous sheath
dense cell

783,367
58,948 ovoid cell
87,041
21,780
8,462
24,178
532,224
2,475,827 some w/term spine
5,770
2,194
4,030
4,003,821
301,741
177,622
104,449
583,812

9,905.65
2,571.14
7,234.56

9,906
84,848 smooth wall
79,580
174,333

8,440.32

15,260.40

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

reg,loose coils
linear,compres cells;most decaying
reg coils
heterocysts pres
cells w/pseudovacuoles

2,285.92
733.98
169.56

47858 Total Volume
73.87
14.85
9.03
2.07
0.09
0.02
0.07
+=filament

comments

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

92,844
92,844
503,593 sph interconnected col
503,593
(um3/ml)
(mm3/L)

14,693,305

14.693

56.28
7.26
27.25
3.97
1.19
0.63
3.43

87

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
09/6/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Woronichinia (Coelosph Naegel)
Gomphosphaeria sp.
+
Oscillatoria sp.
Microcystis aeruginosa/weisenbergii asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Kirchneriella sp.
Nephrocytium sp.
Oocystis pusilla/parva grp
*
Scenedesmus bijuga
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
Staurastrum paradoxum/pingue asmblg
Tetraedron minimum
Tetraedron limneticum
undet green filament
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon bavaricum
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other
undeter unicell
undeter colony*
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

360.00
21,100.00
70.00
140.00
1,400.00
44.00
48,400.00
1,500.00
704.00
11.00
1,000.00
74729

523.33
423.90
381.51
269.26
4.19
227.96
22.44
25.64
25.64
343.44
150.46

188,400
8,944,290
26,706
37,696
5,861
10,030
1,085,995
38,465
18,053
3,778
150,456
10,509,730

33.00
11.00
704.00
32.00
88.00
22.00
11.00
11.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
704.00
88.00
88.00
44.00
352.00
55.00
11.00
55.00
2,323.00

2,930.67
803.84
136.78
131
226.08
116.57
401.92
334.93
7,436.64
720.00
9,848.04
883.13
94.99
158.31
381.51
179.50
65.42
381.51
3,052.08
2,143.57

96,712
8,842
96,292
4,187
19,895
2,565
4,421
3,684
14,873
1,440
19,696
7,065
66,869
13,931
33,573
7,898
23,027
20,983
33,573
117,897
597,423

60.00
24.00
11.00
700.00
132.00
110.00

502.40
444.83
3,391.20
621.72
267.95
791.28

30,144
10,676
37,303
435,204
35,369 ovoid cell
87,041

220.00
1,100.00
2,338.00
2.00
143.00
11.00
4851

495.00
604.80
1,406.72
2,747.50
199.47
11,200.00

308.00
44.00
88.00
440.00

2,285.92
733.98
169.56

11.00
11.00
1.00
22.00
45

5,934.60
5,024.00
12,308.80
2,571.14

65,281
55,264
12,309
56,565 smooth wall
189,418

5.00
2.00
7.00

60,000.00
8,440.32

300,000
16,881
316,881

1.00
16.00
17.00

30,144.00
15,260.40

30,144 dense sph cell
244,166 sph interconnected col
274,310

82412 Total Volume
90.68
2.82
5.89
0.53
0.05
0.01
0.02
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

comments

reg,loose coils
linear,compres cells;most decaying
reg coils
heterocysts pres

cells @col edge;fibrils?

threadlike filaments
robust cells;clathrate col;thick muc

4-cell colony

4-cell colony
8-cell colony

cell collapsed

mucous sheath
dense cell
dense cell

108,900
665,280
3,288,911 some w/term spine
5,495 S. acus-like
28,524
123,200
4,856,047
704,063
32,295
14,921
751,280

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

17,495,090

17.495

60.07
3.41
27.76
4.29
1.08
1.81
1.57

88

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
09/28/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Woronichinia (Coelosph Naegel)
Gomphosphaeria sp.
Microcystis aeruginosa/weisenbergii asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis pusilla/parva grp
*Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
*
Pediastrum duplex
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Other
undeter colony*
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml
µm3/cell
µm3/ml
1,020.00
130.00
1,400.00
112.00
115,500.00
600.00
11,000.00
850.00
130612

334.93
269.26
4.19
334.93
22.44
25.64
25.64
150.46

341,632
35,003
5,861
37,513
2,591,579
15,386
282,077
127,888
3,436,939

4.00
864.00
8.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
384.00
656.00
16.00
24.00
8.00
10.00
1,989.00

2,930.67
136.78
116.57
8,205.87
13,083.33
179.50
1,311.98
628.00
94.99
58.61
381.51
179.50
1,436.03
381.51

11,723
118,177
933
16,412
13,083
359
2,624
5,024
36,474
38,450
6,104
4,308
11,488
3,815
268,974

40.00
2.00
2.00
166.00
66.00
44.00

785.00
2,110.08
9,420.00
621.72
267.95
791.28

144.00
2.00
4.00
140.00
475.00
12.00
4.00
1101

495.00
2,198.00
769.30
604.80
1,406.72
410.34
199.47

22.00
12.00
110.00
144.00

2,285.92
733.98
169.56

50,290
8,808
18,652
77,750

1.00
1.00

60,000.00

60,000
60,000

64.00
64.00

15,260.40

133911 Total Volume
97.54
1.49
0.82
0.11
0.00
0.05
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

comments

linear,compres cells;most decaying
heterocysts pres

cells @col edge;fibrils?

robust cells;clathrate col;thick muc

small-cell colonies
8-cell colony

mucous sheath
dense cell

31,400
4,220
18,840
103,206
17,684 ovoid cell
34,816
71,280
4,396
3,077
84,672
668,192 some w/term spine
4,924
798
1,047,506

976,666 sph interconnected col
976,666
(um3/ml)
(mm3/L)

5,867,834

5.868

58.57
4.58
17.85
1.33
1.02
16.64

89

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
10/18/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

200.00
1,440.00
2.00
1642

4.19
25.64
879.20

40.00
2.00
64.00
4.00
22.00
1.00
4.00
8.00
32.00
16.00
8.00
201.00

192
8,205.87
136.78
2,051.47
244.92
2,532.93
251.20
74.18
179.50
381.51
1,436.03

40.00
10.00
40.00
726.00
50.00

392.50
487.22
621.72
267.95
791.28

32.00
2.00
120.00
195.00
12.00
1.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
1238

495.00
769.30
604.80
1,000.09
341.95
3,077.20
199.47
476.23
837.33

15,840
1,539
72,576
195,018 som e w/term spine
4,103
3,077
798
1,905
1,675 naviculoid shape
576,064

84.00
2.00
110.00
165.00
361.00

2,285.92
8,704.08
423.90
169.56

192,017
17,408
46,629
27,977
284,032

1.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
9

55,389.60
6,280.00
2,571.14
523.33

55,390
12,560
5,142 smooth wall
2,093 tiny cell;sm ooth wall
75,185

10.00
10.00

5,425.92

54,259 dense cell contents
54,259

Cyanophyta
Anacystis spp.
chroococcaceae
filamentous cyanophyte+
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum sp.
Quadrigula sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Other
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

837
36,926 cells embed in thick mucous
1,758 thin sheath?
39,522
7,693
16,412
8,754
8,206
5,388
2,533
1,005
593
5,744
6,104 mucous sheath
11,488 dense cell
73,920
15,700
4,872
24,869
194,529
39,564

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

3461 Total Volume
47.44
5.81
35.77
10.43
0.26
0.29
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Other

1,102,983

(mm3/L)

1.103

3.58
6.70
52.23
25.75
6.82
4.92

90

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
11/21/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

4.00
8.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
16.00
12.00
48.00

160
256
1,205.76
251.20
401.92
113.04
523.33

2.00
96.00
374.00
44.00

1,046.67
621.72
267.95
791.28

2,093
59,685
100,212
34,816

48.00
2.00
100.00
130.00
20.00
4.00
12.00
2.00
834

495.00
1,004.80
604.80
1,077.02
686.88
341.95
2,712.96
1,406.72

23,760
2,010
60,480
140,013 some w/term spine
13,738 some w/term spine
1,368
32,556
2,813
473,543

60.00
2.00
16.00
154.00
232.00

2,285.92
8,704.08
733.98
169.56

137,155
17,408
11,744
26,112
192,419

2.00
2.00

8,440.32

16,881
16,881

1116 Total Volume
4.30 Percent
74.73 Percent
20.79 Percent
0.18 Percent
+=filament

Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Pyrrhophyta

µm3/ml

comments

641
2,051
2,412
1,005
804 4-cell colony
1,809
6,280 mucous sheath
15,001

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

697,844

0.698

2.15
67.86
27.57
2.42

91

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
12/19/2006
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
+

Oscillatoria sp.
Taxon Subtotal

Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

4.00
4

686.88

6.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
16.00
3.00
41.00

160
256
732.67
251.20
468.91
151.98
83.73
904.32

2.00
1.00
1.00
120.00
77.00
24.00

1,046.67
487.22
6,443.28
621.72
267.95
791.28

12.00
2.00
70.00
42.00
15.00
1.00
367

495.00
1,004.80
604.80
588.75
2,939.04
239.36

2.00
10.00
12.00

2,285.92
169.56

424 Total Volume
0.94 Percent
9.67 Percent
86.56 Percent
2.83 Percent
+=filament

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta

µm3/ml

comments

2,748 threadlike filaments
2,748
962
2,051
1,465
502
938 4-cell colony
304 very small cell
1,340
2,713 mucous sheath
10,275
2,093
487
6,443
74,606
20,632
18,991
5,940
2,010
42,336
24,728 some w/term spine
44,086
239
242,591
4,572
1,696
6,267

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

261,881

0.262

1.05
3.92
92.63
2.39

92

Table C-2. Phytoplankton Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2007.
PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
1/29/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Oocystis sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Synurophyceae
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet centric diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

1.00
35.00
3.00
20.00
59.00

293
282
593.46
3,052.08

293
9,873
1,780
61,042 dense cell
72,988

12.00
4.00
36.00
110.00
8.00
5.00

1,203.67
2,679.47
621.72
267.95
209.33
678.24

14,444
10,718 colonies disrupted
22,382
29,474 ovoid cell
1,675
3,391

288.00
16.00
30.00
12.00
1.00
2.00
10.00
1.00
535

495.00
1,004.80
604.80
1,884.00
2,355.00
241.78
226.08
2,813.44

3.00
16.00
10.00
29.00

1,450.68
2,285.92
169.56

623 Total Volume
9.47 Percent Chlorophyta
85.87 Percent Chrysophyta
4.65 Percent Cryptophyta
+=filament

µm3/ml

comments

142,560
16,077
18,144
22,608
2,355 S. acus-like
484
2,261
2,813
289,385
4,352
36,575
1,696
42,622

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

404,995

0.405

18.02
71.45
10.52

93

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
2/28/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Dinobryon bavaricum
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

11.00
88.00
22.00
33.00
154.00

224
381.51
4,186.67
2,143.57

2,468
33,573
92,107 mucous sheath
70,738 dense cell
198,886

11.00
11.00
11.00
70.00
1,210.00
110.00

1,046.67
392.50
4,102.93
621.72
267.95
791.28

11,513
4,318
45,132
43,520
324,215 ovoid cell
87,041

88.00
77.00
110.00
148.00
55.00
1.00
11.00
11.00
1924

495.00
1,004.80
900.00
510.25
3,165.12
3,297.00
181.34
5,376.00

43,560
77,370
99,000
75,517
174,082
3,297 S. acus-like
1,995
59,136
1,049,696

495.00
55.00
33.00
330.00
913.00

2,285.92
423.90
777.15
169.56

1,131,530
23,315
25,646
55,955
1,236,446

1.00
4.00
8.00
13.00

1,582.56
5,652.00
14,770.56

1,583
22,608
118,164
142,355

3004 Total Volume
5.13
64.05
30.39
0.43
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Pyrrhophyta

comments

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,627,382

2.627

7.57
39.95
47.06
5.42

94

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
3/15/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Oocystis pusilla/parva grp
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Epithemia sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Other
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols lightly preser by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

1.00
4.00
48.00
3.00
43.00
99.00

160
116.57
904.32
523.33
2,143.57

160
466
43,407
1,570 mucous sheath
92,174 mucous sheath
137,778

1.00
52.00
110.00
110.00

1,046.67
621.72
267.95
791.28

92.00
8.00
1.00
40.00
52.00
16.00
5.00
1.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
494

495.00
1,004.80
5,861
604.80
1,077.02
5,224.96
3,297.00
8,750.00
120.89
192.33
5,544.00

45,540
8,038
5,861
24,192
56,005
83,599
16,485 S. acus-like
8,750 slight bow in frustule/valve
242
577
5,544
404,725

45.00
45.00

2,285.92

102,866
102,866

110.00
110.00

329.70

748 Total Volume
13.24
66.04
6.02
14.71
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Other

comments

1,047
32,329
29,474 ovoid cell
87,041

36,267 flagellate
36,267
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

681,636

0.682

20.21
59.38
15.09
5.32

95

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
4/10/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Dictyosphaerium sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas ovata+spp.
cryptomonad
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

Total Number/ml
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols lightly preser by client
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

96.00
1.00
1.00
98.00

136.78
1,436.03
1,436.03

1.00
102.00
110.00
11.00

25,848.48
621.72
267.95
1,406.72

256.00
30.00
10.00
5.00
525

495.00
604.80
1,406.72
9,420.00

3.00
1.00
4.00

2,285.92
777.15

627 Total Volume
15.63 Percent Chlorophyta
83.73 Percent Chrysophyta
0.64 Percent Cryptophyta
+=filament

µm3/ml

comments

13,131
1,436 mucous sheath
1,436 dense cell
16,003
25,848
63,415
29,474 ovoid cell
15,474
126,720
18,144
14,067
47,100 delicate cells w/long spines
340,243
6,858
777
7,635

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

363,881

0.364

4.40
93.50
2.10

96

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
5/24/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon spp.
chrysophyte (unicell)
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
cryptomonad
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

320.00
320

22.44

10.00
72.00
2.00
4.00
6.00
24.00
20.00
138.00

5,744.11
136.78
1,013.17
226.08
3,109.87
65.42
1,436.03

750.00
2.00
108.00
176.00
11.00

942.00
5,065.87
678.24
267.95
1,436.03

176.00
4.00
8.00
60.00
88.00
8.00
15.00
1.00
24.00
8.00
10.00
4.00
1453

487.50
1,734.85
862.32
900.00
1,507.20
686.88
4,308.08
2,747.50
84.62
126.93
269.26
395.64

4.00
2.00
6.00

2,637.60
777.15

10,550
1,554
12,105

2.00
2

8,011.71

16,023
16,023

10.00
6.00
16.00

1,582.56
4,898.40

15,826
29,390
45,216

7,180 cells @col edge;fibrils?
7,180
57,441 coarse,punctate wall
9,848
2,026
904
18,659
1,570
28,721 dense cell
119,170
706,500
10,132
73,250
47,159 ovoid cell
15,796
85,800
6,939
6,899 small cells<14um diam
54,000
132,634 some w/ term spine
5,495
64,621
2,748
2,031
1,015
2,693
1,583
1,219,293

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

1935 Total Volume
16.54
7.13
75.09
0.31
0.10
0.83
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

comments

1,418,987

(mm3/L)

1.419

0.51
8.40
85.93
0.85
1.13
3.19
0.00

97

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
5/24/2007
STATION: center-2.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
+
Oscillatoria sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis pusilla/parva grp
Oocystis sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon spp.
colonial chrysophyte
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Cymbella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas spp.
small cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Other

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

160.00
2.00
162

22.44
686.88

2.00
4.00
32.00
4.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
32.00
55.00
33.00
174.00

91
5,744.11
136.78
116.57
359.01
732.67
9,066.67
65.42
523.33
1,766.25

350.00
16.00
135.00
2.00
550.00
165.00

602.88
267.95
678.24
5,065.87
179.50
1,149.76

104.00
2.00
20.00
1.00
70.00
110.00
65.00
4.00
8.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
1614

487.50
5,837.26
1,205.76
24,178.00
604.80
1,406.72
4,000.36
2,289.58
126.93
307.72
448.76
1,413.00
366.33

70.00
20.00
40.00
10.00
140.00

1,582.56
5,934.60
452.16
141.30

2.00
2

2,571.14

2.00
2.00
2.00
6.00

1,582.56
7,912.80
29,673.00

µm3/ml

3,590 cells @col edge;fibrils?
1,374 threadlike filaments
4,964
182
22,976
4,377
466
2,872
1,465
18,133
2,093
28,783
58,286
139,636

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

2098 Total Volume
7.72
8.29
76.93
6.67
0.10
0.29
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

coarse,punctate wall

4-cell colony

mucous sheath
dense cell

211,008
4,287
91,562
10,132
98,727 ovoid cell
189,711
50,700
11,675
24,115
24,178
42,336
154,739 some w/ term spine
260,023
9,158
1,015
1,231
898
5,652
733 naviculoid cell
1,191,880
110,779
118,692
18,086
1,413
248,971
5,142 smooth wall
5,142
3,165
15,826
59,346 embedded in mucous
78,337

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

comments

1,668,929

(mm3/L)

1.669

0.30
8.37
71.42
14.92
0.31
4.69
0.00

98

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
6/18/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena spiroides
Anacystis (Anathece/Aphanothece) spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus quadricauda
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon spp.
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
chrysophyte (unicell)
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bac illariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
Ceratium hirundinella(cyst)
Taxon Subtotal
Other

80.00
2,000.00
32.00
8,800.00
120.00
11032

381.51
2.68
41.87
22.44
4.19

2.00
64.00
20.00
8.00
4.00
6.00
2.00
8.00
288.00
6.00
408.00

8,205.87
113.04
226.08
949.85
226.08
732.67
7,773.53
1,055.04
65.42
2,143.57

100.00
40.00
20.00
6.00
324.00
66.00
22.00

1,046.67
392.50
669.87
5,065.87
678.24
179.50
1,436.03

384.00
4.00
12.00
80.00
135.00
8.00
65.00
12.00
20.00
2.00
1300

487.50
2,198.00
862.32
604.80
1,306.24
686.88
2,939.04
169.25
224.38
4,615.80

10.00
2.00
24.00
10.00
46.00

2,285.92
5,934.60
777.15
141.30

22,859
11,869
18,652
1,413
54,793

2.00
1.00
3.00

6,286.28
40,000.00

12,573
40,000
52,573

Total Number/ml

12789 Total Volume

comments

Cyanophyta

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

86.26
3.19
10.16
0.36
0.00
0.02
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

30,521 reg coils
5,359
1,340
197,454 cells @col edge;fibrils?
502 fibrils
235,176
16,412 col<30 um diam
7,235
4,522
7,599
904
4,396 4-cell colony
15,547
8,440
18,840
12,861 mucous sheath
96,756
104,667
15,700
13,397
30,395
219,750
11,847 ovoid cell
31,593
187,200
8,792
10,348 small cells<14um diam
48,384
176,342 some w/ term spine
5,495
191,038
2,031
4,488
9,232 naviculoid cell
1,070,698

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,509,995

1.510

15.57
6.41
70.91
3.63
0.00
3.48
0.00

99

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/2/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anacystis (Anathece/Aphanothece) spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus bijuga
Tetraedron sp.
Tetraedron limneticum
c olonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Gloeobotrys sp.
chrysophyte (unicell)
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bac illariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Epithemia sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira varians
Melosira sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella(cyst)
Taxon Subtotal
Other

Total Number/ml
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

400.00
8.00
16.00
44,000.00
1,320.00
45744

2.68
58.61
256.43
22.44
4.19

2.00
6.00
2.00
160.00
12.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
16.00
16.00
4.00
238.00

8,205.87
33,233.76
5,744.11
113.04
319.15
5,861.33
226.08
401.92
3,825.00
2,769.48
183.17
65.42
904.32
2,143.57

300.00
20.00
96.00
2.00
140.00
88.00
33.00

392.50
669.87
113.04
9,847.04
678.24
179.50
1,436.03

128.00
2.00
160.00
84.00
6.00
120.00
2.00
2.00
14.00
2.00
1199

525.00
5,861
604.80
1,607.68
8,792.00
3,077.20
1,994.69
169.25
224.38
1,483.65

6.00
2.00
4.00
12.00

2,461.76
285.74
777.15

2.00
2

2,571.14

1.00
1.00

40,000.00

47196 Total Volume
96.92
0.50
2.54
0.03
0.00
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

µm3/ml

comments

1,072
469
4,103
987,268 cells @col edge;fibrils?
5,526 fibrils
998,438
16,412
199,403
11,488
18,086
3,830
11,723
904
804
7,650
5,539
1,465
1,047
14,469
8,574
301,394

col<30 um diam
col<45 um diam
coarse,punctate wall

4-cell colony

mucous sheath
dense cell

117,750
13,397
10,852 cells disrupted
19,694
94,954
15,796 ovoid cell
47,389
67,200
11,723
96,768
135,045 some w/ term spine
52,752 large cell
369,264
3,989
338
3,141
2,967 naviculoid cell
1,063,020
14,771
571
3,109
18,451
5,142 smooth wall
5,142
40,000
40,000

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,426,445

2.426

41.15
12.42
43.81
0.76
0.21
1.65
0.00

100

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/23/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

Anabaena sp.
10.00
Anabaena sp.
150.00
Chroococcus sp.
8.00
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg 11,520.00
Taxon Subtotal
11688
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
14.00
*
Crucigenia quadrata
8.00
Dictyosphaerium sp.
608.00
Kirchneriella sp.
16.00
Oocystis pusilla/parva grp
4.00
Oocystis sp.
4.00
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
2.00
Quadrigula sp.
16.00
*
Scenedesmus bijuga
2.00
Tetraedron sp.
4.00
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
8.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
8.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
96.00
Taxon Subtotal
790.00
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon bavaricum
150.00
chrysophyte (unicell)
2.00
filamentous chrysophyte
130.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
77.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
6.00
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
80.00
Cyclotella sp.
2.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
40.00
Melosira sp.
80.00
Melosira sp.
120.00
Synedra cyclopum
2.00
Synedra sp.
2.00
Synedra sp.
8.00
Taxon Subtotal
699
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
2.00
Taxon Subtotal
2.00
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other
*
undeter colony
2.00
Taxon Subtotal
2.00

188.40
47.69
150.72
22.44

µm3/ml

comments

Cyanophyta

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

3,349.33
452.16
113.04
74
116.57
2,051.47
1,570.00
326.56
732.67
3,825.00
127.17
523.33
65.42

46,891 col<20 um diam
3,617 4-cell colony
68,728
1,187
466
8,206
3,140
5,225
1,465 4-cell colony
15,300
1,017
4,187
6,280
165,710

392.50
3,349.33
678.24
179.50
4,578.12

58,875
6,699
88,171
13,822 ovoid cell
27,469 long flagellum

450.00
1,205.76
604.80
1,406.72
4,000.36
659.40
126.93
224.38

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

36,000
2,412
24,192
112,538 some w/ term spine
480,043
1,319
254
1,795
853,587

2,461.76

4,924
4,924

15,260.40

30,521
30,521

13181 Total Volume
88.67
5.99
5.30
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.02
+=filament

1,884 ellip cells;short crimped coils
7,153 tiny cells;linear chains
1,206
258,485 cells @col edge;fibrils?
268,728

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Other

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,323,469

1.323

20.30
12.52
64.50
0.37
0.00
0.00
2.31

101

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/5/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

650.00
320.00
1,000.00
64.00
320.00
2.00
200.00
2556

334.93
6.28
4.19
58.61
22.44
1,030.31
87.07

217,707
2,010
4,187
3,751
7,180
2,061
17,414
254,309

10.00
2.00
192.00
2.00
12.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
16.00
32.00
2.00
80.00
880.00
80.00
10.00
8.00
1,334.00

96
803.84
113.04
1,076.50
273.56
12,308.80
2,532.93
6,410.83
200.96
251.20
3,390.80
105.98
33.49
113.04
904.32
1,436.03

962
1,608
21,704
2,153
3,283
24,618
5,066
25,643
3,215
8,038
6,782
8,478
29,474
9,043
9,043
11,488
170,598

2.00
56.00
4.00
180.00
80.00
33.00
4.00
10.00

457.92
559.31
8,205.87
621.72
75.99
267.95
3,751.25
791.28

48.00
2.00
500.00
115.00
80.00
4.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
1123

450.00
1,632.80
900.00
1,406.72
2,939.04
7,850.00
11,550.00
211.56
256.43

2.00
8.00
33.00
43.00

2,461.76
932.58
141.30

24.00
24.00

14,130.00

comments

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
+
Oscillatoria sp.
Microcystis spp. asmblg(tenta)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
*
Pediastrum duplex
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
Quadrigula sp.
Staurastrum sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
colonial chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal
PHYTOPLANKTON Con't
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/5/2007
STATION: center-0.5m

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

5080 Total Volume
50.31
26.26
22.11
0.85
0.00
0.00
0.47
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

linear,compres cells

cells @col edge;fibrils?
threadlike filaments
cellsw/aerotopes;clath col;faint muc

4-cell colony

triangular
tiny actively-dividing cells
mucous sheath
dense cell

916
31,322
32,823
111,910
6,079 delicate vaselike lorica
8,842 ovoid cell
15,005
7,913
21,600
3,266
450,000
161,773 some w/term spines
235,123 some w/term spines
31,400 delicate cells w/long spines
11,550
423
513
1,130,457
4,924
7,461
4,663
17,047

339,120 rough col investment
339,120

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,911,531

1.912

13.30
8.92
59.14
0.89
0.00
0.00
17.74

102

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/6/2007
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis spp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
+
Oscillatoria sp.
Microcystis spp. asmblg(tenta)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Staurastrum sp.
Tetraedron limneticum
undet green filament
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
colonial chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Surirella sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal
PHYTOPLANKTON Con't
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/6/2007
STATION: center-0.5m

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

250.00
400.00
200.00
1,000.00
16.00
3,200.00
11.00
100.00
5177

150.72
334.93
6.28
4.19
58.61
22.44
343.44
87.07

37,680
133,973
1,256
4,187
938
71,801
3,778
8,707
262,320

8.00
20.00
1.00
2.00
1,800.00
8.00
20.00
20.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
128.00
96.00
128.00
4.00
2,253.00

96
8,205.87
820,586.67
803.84
113.04
157.00
593.46
200.96
256.43
5,948.04
9,848.04
7,912.80
75.36
83.73
113.04
150.46
1,436.03

769
164,117
820,587
1,608
203,472
1,256
11,869
4,019
1,026
11,896
19,696
15,826
603
10,718
10,852
19,258
5,744
1,303,316

300.00
700.00
2.00
320.00
40.00
20.00
2.00

457.92
559.31
3,768.00
621.72
75.99
267.95
791.28

80.00
2.00
60.00
140.00
70.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1751

450.00
1,632.80
576.00
1,406.72
2,260.80
7,850.00
158,760.00
12,600.00
169.25
402.97
846.23
435.20
3,500.00

36,000
3,266
34,560
196,941
158,256
15,700
317,520
12,600
338
806
1,692
870
7,000
1,530,911

10.00
25.00
35.00

2,285.92
141.30

22,859
3,533
26,392

2.00
2.00

60,000.00

120,000
120,000

6.00
6.00

20,347.20

122,083 rough col investment
122,083

9224 Total Volume
56.13
24.43
18.98
0.38
0.00
0.02
0.07
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments
irreg, crimped coils
linear,compres cells

cells @col edge;fibrils?
threadlike filaments
cellsw/aerotopes;clath col;faint muc

col<30 um diam
col-140 um diam
4-cell colony

4-cell colony

lunate cells
clumped cells
dense cell

137,375
391,519
7,536
198,950
3,040 delicate vaselike lorica
5,359 ovoid cell
1,583

some w/term spines
some w/term spines
delicate cells w/long spines
large cells

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

3,365,022

3.365

7.80
38.73
45.49
0.78
0.00
3.57
3.63

103

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/23/2007
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Aphanocapsa sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
+
Oscillatoria sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Tetraedron minimum
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
small cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml
µm3/cell
µm3/ml

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

irreg, crimped coils
linear,compres cells
cells w/aerotopes?

100.00
600.00
250.00
100.00
8.00
1.00
1059

91.58
334.93
65.42
4.19
58.61
343.44

9,158
200,960
16,354
419
469
343
227,704

3.00
1.00
2.00
128.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
8.00
8.00
320.00
64.00
16.00
6.00
563.00

96
2,930.67
8,205.87
113.04
2,051.47
351.68
256.43
732.67
500.00
75.36
183.17
113.04
267.95
523.33
1,436.03

288
2,931
16,412
14,469
4,103
703
256
733
500
603
1,465
36,173
17,149
8,373
8,616
112,774

20.00
1.00
44.00
132.00
1.00
55.00

500.44
9,420.00
621.72
179.50
3,306.42
791.28

10,009
9,420
27,356
23,694 ovoid cell
3,306 long flagellum
43,520

8.00
1.00
120.00
30.00
50.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
467

525.00
2,198.00
900.00
2,198.00
847.80
227.96
224.38
615.44

3.00
3.00
10.00
16.00

2,285.92
423.90
141.30

1.00
1.00

11,304.00

2106 Total Volume
50.28
26.73
22.17
0.76
0.00
0.00
0.05
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

threadlike filaments

col<20 um diam
col<30 um diam

4-cell colony
4-cell colony
cell pairs

mucous sheath
dense cell

4,200
2,198
108,000
65,940 some w/term spines
42,390
228
673
615
341,550
6,858
1,272
1,413
9,542

11,304 rough col investment
11,304
(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

comments

702,875

(mm3/L)

0.703

32.40
16.04
48.59
1.36
0.00
0.00
1.61

104

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
9/27/2007
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
*
Pediastrum duplex
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

400.00
2,400.00
16.00
2816

6.28
4.19
256.43

2,512
10,048
4,103
16,663

10.00
2.00
2.00
192.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
48.00
6.00
268.00

224
96
8,205.87
113.04
6,410.83
256.43
732.67
3,360.00
47.69
904.32

2,244
192
16,412
21,704
12,822
513
1,465
6,720
2,289
5,426
69,786

200.00
20.00
100.00
2.00
116.00
154.00
2.00
66.00

593.46
457.92
636.37
2,712.96
621.72
179.50
4,069.44
791.28

768.00
2.00
6.00
160.00
294.00
2.00
24.00
2.00
2.00
1920

450.00
1,099.00
769.30
604.80
2,355.00
16,200.00
224.38
307.72
2,260.80

60.00
42.00
22.00
124.00

2,461.76
777.15
141.30

24.00
24.00

20,347.20

5152 Total Volume
54.66
5.20
37.27
2.41
0.00
0.00
0.47
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

col<30 um diam

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

dense cell

118,692
9,158
63,637
5,426
72,120
27,644 ovoid cell
8,139 long flagellum
52,224
345,600
2,198
4,616
96,768
692,370 some w/term spines
32,400
5,385
615
4,522
1,541,514
147,706
32,640
3,109
183,455

488,333 rough col investment
488,333
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,299,751

2.300

0.72
3.03
67.03
7.98
0.00
0.00
21.23

105

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
10/10/2007
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus bijuga
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Pinnularia/Rhopalodia spp.asmblg
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

1,600.00
160.00
1760

4.19
22.44

6.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
32.00
64.00
16.00
20.00
150.00

224
27,694.80
314.00
326.56
401.92
65.42
47.69
267.95
904.32

1,900.00
120.00
4.00
2.00
82.00
88.00
40.00
12.00
110.00

732.67
636.37
2,863.68
4,823.04
621.72
179.50
863.50
4,186.67
791.28

960.00
2.00
6.00
60.00
75.00
20.00
2.00
2.00
3485

450.00
452.16
883.13
604.80
1,153.95
3,384.92
4,396.00
410.29

432,000
904
5,299
36,288
86,546
67,698
8,792
821
2,366,479

40.00
10.00
100.00
150.00

2,461.76
777.15
129.53

98,470
7,772
12,953
119,194

5545 Total Volume
31.74
2.71
62.85
2.71
0.00
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

µm3/ml

comments

6,699
3,590 cells @col edge;fibrils?
10,289
1,346
110,779
628
1,306
804
2,093
3,052
4,287
18,086
142,383

col<40 um diam
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
quad arranged col
cell pairs
some w/lt mucous sheath

1,392,067
76,365
11,455
9,646
50,981
15,796 ovoid cell
34,540
50,240
87,041

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,638,344

2.638

0.39
5.40
89.70
4.52
0.00
0.00
0.00

106

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
11/27/2007
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
+

Oscillatoria sp.
Taxon Subtotal

Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Cosmarium sp.
Pandorina sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

1.00
1

1,717.19

44.00
2.00
2.00
32.00
8.00
2.00
16.00
20.00
126.00

288
8,205.87
1,570.00
886.53
251.20
256.43
150.46
904.32

2,200.00
6.00
4.00
60.00
275.00
22.00
132.00

732.67
1,646.41
3,360.85
621.72
179.50
4,186.67
791.28

8.00
44.00
10.00
22.00
24.00
2.00
2809

450.00
452.16
604.80
1,000.09
7,536.00
224.38

3,600
19,895
6,048
22,002
180,864
449
2,151,269

165.00
2.00
20.00
44.00
220.00
451.00

2,461.76
12,572.56
423.90
777.15
141.30

406,190
25,145
8,478
34,195
31,086
505,094

2.00
2.00

6,123.00

12,246
12,246

3389 Total Volume
0.03
3.72
82.89
13.31
0.00
0.06
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

µm3/ml

comments

1,717 threadlike filaments
1,717
12,693
16,412 col<30 um diam
3,140
28,369
2,010
513 4-cell colony
2,407
18,086 some w/lt mucous sheath
83,630
1,611,867
9,878
13,443
37,303
49,363 ovoid cell
92,107
104,449

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,753,956

2.754

0.06
3.04
78.12
18.34
0.00
0.44
0.00

107

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
12/19/2007
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
+
+

Oscillatoria sp.
Oscillatoria sp.
Taxon Subtotal

Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Quadrigula sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Surirella sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

2.00
2.00
4

1,758.40
343.44

22.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
8.00
16.00
62.00

279
135
2,930.67
615.44
326.56
267.95
1,436.03

2.00
58.00
110.00
2.00
2.00
330.00

1,519.76
621.72
179.50
5,086.80
2,411.52
791.28

24.00
2.00
2.00
40.00
50.00
35.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
663

450.00
1,099.00
2,198.00
663.33
604.80
4,823.04
19,600.00
410.29
162,476.16
1,130.40

10,800
2,198
4,396
26,533
30,240
168,806
19,600
821
162,476
2,261
763,095

68.00
12.00
66.00
146.00

2,461.76
777.15
141.30

167,400
9,326
9,326
186,051

2.00
2

9,905.65

19,811
19,811

877 Total Volume
0.46
7.07
75.60
16.65
0.23
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

µm3/ml

comments

3,517
687 threadlike filaments
4,204
6,129
1,077
5,861
1,231
1,306
2,144
22,976
40,725

col<20 um diam
4-cell colony
cell pairs
dense cell

3,040
36,060
19,745 ovoid cell
10,174 long flagellum
4,823
261,122

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,013,885

1.014

0.41
4.02
75.26
18.35
1.95
0.00
0.00

108

Table C-3. Phytoplankton Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2008.
PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
2/14/2008
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Closterium sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
*
Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
Pandorina sp.
Quadrigula sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
colonial chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

60.00
30.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
192.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
40.00
32.00
16.00
10.00
24.00
420.00

430
120
1,393
615.44
8,205.87
628.00
251.20
370.91
273.56
65.42
523.33
2,143.57
904.32
3,052.08

25,792
3,590
2,787
1,231
16,412
120,576
1,005
742
1,094
2,617
16,747
34,297
9,043
73,250
309,182

40.00
6.00
6.00
28.00
32.00
880.00
440.00
33.00

1,266.47
4,308.08
9,420.00
621.72
65.42
159.57
703.36
678.24

50,659
25,848
56,520
17,408
2,093 colonies disrupted
140,426 ovoid cell
309,478 lat compres cell;flagel
22,382

2,200.00
2.00
1,100.00
20.00
14.00
108.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
2.00
12.00
2.00
4930

450.00
1,758.40
663.33
504.00
1,507.20
621.72
17,500.00
3,052.08
2,449.20
224.38
410.29
235.50

990,000
3,517
729,658 small cells<15um diam
10,080
21,101 some w/term spines
67,146
35,000
6,104
2,449
449
4,924
471
2,495,712

104.00
2.00
33.00
139.00

2,461.76
8,704.08
141.30

256,023
17,408
4,663
278,094

2.00
4.00
6.00

5,714.80
11,869.20

11,430
47,477
58,906

5495 Total Volume
0.00
7.64
89.72
2.53
0.00
0.11
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

4-cell colony
small-cell colonies

dense cell
dense cell

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

3,141,895

3.142

0.00
9.84
79.43
8.85
0.00
1.87
0.00

109

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
3/13/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

10.00
2.00
32.00
28.00
32.00
16.00
120.00

120
7,075.47
150.72
523.33
301.44
2,143.57

40.00
2.00
20.00
1,100.00
264.00
10.00

994.33
5,425.92
621.72
159.57
703.36
7,234.56

3,520.00
4.00
22.00
156.00
300.00
2.00
84.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
5532

450.00
1,758.40
663.33
706.50
1,962.50
12,600.00
1,798.96
224.38
410.29
457.92
209.33

220.00
24.00
33.00
277.00

2,461.76
777.15
141.30

541,587
18,652
4,663
564,902

2.00
4.00
6.00

3,108.60
5,714.80

6,217
22,859
29,076

comments

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
*

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

5935 Total Volume
0.00
2.02
93.21
4.67
0.00
0.10
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

1,197
14,151 small-cell colonies
4,823 cell pairs
14,653
9,646
34,297 dense cell
78,767
39,773
10,852
12,434
175,532 ovoid cell
185,687 lat compres cell;flagel
72,346 rough cell wall
1,584,000
7,034
14,593 small cells<15um diam
110,214
588,750 delicate cells w/long spines
25,200
151,113
449
821
916
419
2,980,132

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

3,652,877

3.653

0.00
2.16
81.58
15.46
0.00
0.80
0.00

110

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
4/24/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Cosmarium sp.
Eudorina sp.
Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
*
Scenedesmus sp.
undet green filament
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Melosira sp.
Melosira varians
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

2.00
2.00
64.00
32.00
2.00
7.00
16.00
22.00
44.00
191.00

171
6,154.40
523.33
334.93
593.46
392.50
205.15
1,436.03
3,052.08

342
12,309
33,493
10,718
1,187
2,748
3,282
31,593
134,292
229,963

1,100.00
50.00
220.00
11.00
128.00
495.00
66.00
55.00

732.67
669.87
1,519.76
7,075.47
621.72
159.57
3,391.20
678.24

805,933
33,493
334,347
77,830
79,580
78,990 ovoid cell
223,819
37,303

18,040.00
120.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
20290

525.00
628.00
7,121.52
2,093.33
410.29
569.91

9,471,000
75,360
14,243 large cell
2,093 S. acus-like
410
570
11,234,973

66.00
165.00
33.00
100.00
364.00

1,036.20
2,461.76
5,934.60
141.30

1.00
1.00
2

8,440.32
2,571.14

20847 Total Volume
0.00
0.92
97.33
1.75
0.01
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

coarse,punctate wall
colonies collapsed
4-cell colony
cell pairs
mucous sheath
faint mucous sheath

68,389
406,190
195,842
14,130
684,551
8,440
2,571 smooth wall
11,011

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

12,160,498

12.160

0.00
1.89
92.39
5.63
0.09
0.00
0.00

111

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
5/22/2008
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

120.00
120

91.58

2.00
14.00
96.00
2.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
16.00
2.00
142.00

120
1,884.00
87.07
2,051.47
635.85
251.20
251.20
113.04
904.32

400.00
20.00
10.00
40.00
330.00
11.00
132.00

732.67
669.87
2,930.67
621.72
159.57
703.36
678.24

880.00
2.00
20.00
88.00
48.00
2.00
1.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
1995

525.00
1,205.76
990.00
4,923.52
678.24
824.25
1,570.00
824.25
211.56
329.70
359.01
569.91

16.00
2.00
16.00
33.00
67.00

2,461.76
5,652.00
777.15
141.30

39,388
11,304
12,434
4,663
67,789

2.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
10

3,461.85
6,585.63
2,571.14
696.56

6,924
13,171
10,285 smooth wall
1,393 tiny cell;smooth wall
31,773

8.00
8.00

21,100.80

168,806
168,806

6.00
6.00

27,129.60

162,778 dense ovate cell
162,778

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
*
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

2348 Total Volume
5.11
6.05
84.97
2.85
0.43
0.34
0.26
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

10,990 short crimped coils
10,990
239
26,376
8,359
4,103
2,543 small colonies
1,005
502
1,809 cell pairs/quads
1,809
46,745
293,067
13,397
29,307
24,869
52,660 ovoid cell
7,737 lat compres cell;flagel
89,528
462,000
2,412
19,800
433,270 some w/term spines
32,556
1,649
1,570 S. acus-like
3,297
423
659
718
570
1,469,487

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,958,367

1.958

0.56
2.39
75.04
3.46
1.62
8.62
8.31

112

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
6/5/2008
STATION: center-0.5m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

100.00
400.00
200.00
8.00
80.00
788

91.58
6.28
4.19
256.43
22.44

4.00
8.00
192.00
6.00
16.00
2.00
2.00
6.00
10.00
2.00
2.00
21.00
80.00
8.00
16.00
2.00
377.00

9,420.00
263.76
87.07
2,051.47
678.24
1,177.50
2,051.47
593.46
167.47
1,311.98
8,138.88
392.50
65.42
523.33
1,149.76
3,052.08

100.00
120.00
16.00
2.00
134.00
308.00
6.00
2.00
132.00

732.67
669.87
113.04
1,393.11
621.72
159.57
2,154.04
2,143.57
678.24

32.00
52.00
230.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
4.00
1146

487.50
904.32
2,198.00
8,077.65
90.67
224.38
320.54

15,600
47,025
505,540
16,155 delicate cells w/long spines
181
898
1,282
984,125

60.00
4.00
187.00
66.00
317.00

1,582.56
5,652.00
777.15
129.53

94,954
22,608
145,327
8,549
271,437

2.00
2.00
4

1,780.38
5,024.00

3,561
10,048
13,609

6.00
10.00
16.00

1,582.56
4,144.80

9,495
41,448
50,943

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
Crucigenia sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
*
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Tetraedron sp.
Tetraedron limneticum
undet green filament
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Dinobryon divergens
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

2648 Total Volume
29.76
14.24
43.28
11.97
0.15
0.60
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

9,158 short crim ped coils
2,512
837
2,051
1,795 cells @col edge;fibrils?
16,354
37,680
2,110
16,717
12,309
10,852
2,355
4,103
3,561
1,675
2,624
16,278
8,243
5,233
4,187
18,396
6,104
152,426

col<30 um diam

small colonies
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

faint mucous sheath

73,267
80,384
1,809 cells disrupted
2,786
83,310
49,149 ovoid cell
12,924 long flagellum
4,287
89,528

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,488,895

1.489

1.10
10.24
66.10
18.23
0.91
3.42
0.00

113

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
6/17/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

200.00
80.00
100.00
4.00
16.00
200.00
600

91.58
6.28
4.19
1,436.03
256.43
22.44

10.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
96.00
40.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
80.00
32.00
32.00
6.00
312.00

120
2,930.67
27,694.80
615.44
87.07
837.33
226.08
307.72
837.33
508.68
65.42
113.04
1,149.76

300.00
40.00
1,100.00
2.00
128.00
4,235.00
11.00
154.00

732.67
392.50
669.87
7,075.47
621.72
159.57
5,572.45
678.24

32.00
2.00
60.00
75.00
2.00
2.00
68.00
2.00
6213

525.00
663.33
990.00
1,780.38
126.93
224.38
288.49
1,465.33

220.00
22.00
176.00
66.00
484.00

2,461.76
5,652.00
777.15
141.30

2.00
2.00
4

6,280.00
2,571.14

12.00
10.00
2.00
24.00

1,582.56
4,490.20
13,564.80

6.00
6.00

20,347.20

µm3/ml

comments

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
undet green filament
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
filamentous chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

7643 Total Volume
7.85
4.08
81.29
6.33
0.05
0.31
0.08
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

18,317 short crimped coils
502
419
5,744
4,103
4,488 cells @col edge;fibrils?
33,572
1,197
5,861
55,390
1,231
8,359
33,493
904
615
3,349
40,694
2,093
3,617
6,899
163,703

col<20 um diam
col<40 um diam
4-cell colony
small colonies
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

cell pairs

219,800
15,700
736,853
14,151
79,580
675,799 ovoid cell
61,297
104,449
16,800
1,327 small cells<15um diam
59,400
133,529
254
449
19,617 stellate col
2,931
2,141,935
541,587
124,344
136,778
9,326
812,035
12,560
5,142 smooth wall
17,702
18,991
44,902
27,130 embedded in mucous
91,022
122,083 rough col investment
122,083
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

3,382,054

3.382

0.99
4.84
63.33
24.01
0.52
2.69
3.61

114

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/9/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

20.00
8,000.00
1,280.00
2.00
9302

104.67
4.19
22.44
343.44

4.00
8.00
64.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
192.00
24.00
2.00
32.00
28.00
4.00
2.00
10.00
16.00
32.00
16.00
128.00
6.00
4.00
2.00
582.00

251
8,205.87
150.72
1,172.27
2,260.80
615.44
87.07
1,013.17
523.33
222.55
732.67
837.33
2,295.00
423.90
319.15
1,591.98
113.04
65.42
3,589.54
904.32
179.50

1,003
65,647
9,646
2,345
9,043
1,231
16,717
24,316
1,047
7,122
20,515
3,349
4,590
4,239
5,106
50,943
1,809
8,373
21,537
3,617
359
262,555

100.00
180.00

732.67
392.50

73,267
70,650

400.00

669.87

267,947

2.00
6.00
2.00
125.00
330.00
66.00

4,308.08
2,476.41
7,075.47
621.72
159.57
791.28

1,600.00
2.00
20.00
40.00
20.00
2.00
8.00
2.00
2905

525.00
663.33
735.00
604.80
1,406.72
5,652.00
192.33
269.26

40.00
4.00
22.00
20.00
100.00
186.00

2,461.76
5,934.60
452.16
777.15
141.30

98,470
23,738
9,948
15,543
14,130
161,829

2.00
6.00
2.00
10

25,434.00
2,423.30
2,449.20

50,868
14,540
4,898
70,306

2.00
2.00
2.00
6.00

3,108.60
6,286.28
27,299.16

6,217
12,573
54,598 embedded in mucous
73,388

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
+
Oscillatoriaceae
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Botryococcus protuberans
Characium sp.
Cosmarium sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Tetraedron regulare
undet green filament
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Euglena sp.
Phacus sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

12991 Total Volume
71.60
4.48
22.36
1.43
0.08
0.05
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

2,093 short crimped coils
33,493
28,721 cells @col edge;fibrils?
687 threadlike filaments
64,994

col<30 um diam
ovoid cell clusters w/fibrils

4-cell colony
small colonies

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

clumped cells-Crucigenia sp.?
cell pairs/quartets

faint mucous sheath

8,616
14,858
14,151
77,715
52,660 ovoid cell
52,224
840,000
1,327 small cells<15um diam
14,700
24,192
28,134
11,304 delicate cells w/long spines
1,539 stellate col
539
1,553,822

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,186,895

2.187

2.97
12.01
71.05
7.40
3.21
3.36
0.00

115

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/24/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

50.00
270.00
400.00
1,000.00
8.00
880.00
3,300.00
5908

79.48
334.93
6.28
4.19
307.72
22.44
22.44

3,974
90,432
2,512
4,187
2,462
19,745
74,045
197,357

22.00
8.00
24.00
8.00
16.00
20.00
2.00
4.00
12.00
4.00
2.00
12.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
10.00
64.00
112.00
96.00
32.00
24.00
482.00

120
8,205.87
58.61
615.44
59
1,013.17
6,280.00
2,307.90
125.60
2,051.47
732.67
334.93
296.73
718.01
2,295.00
423.90
50.24
226.08
113.04
267.95
1,436.03

2,633
65,647
1,407
4,924
938
20,263
12,560
9,232
1,507
8,206
1,465
4,019
1,187
2,872
4,590
4,239
3,215
25,321
10,852
8,574
34,465
228,116

800.00
40.00
440.00
6.00
2.00
66.00

732.67
621.72
159.57
5,572.45
2,143.57
791.28

586,133
24,869
70,213 ovoid cell
33,435
4,287
52,224

32.00
2.00
2.00
20.00
18.00
10.00
2.00
1440

525.00
663.33
2,198.00
604.80
471.00
2,198.00
224.38

16,800
1,327 small cells<15um diam
4,396
12,096
8,478
21,980
449
836,687

8.00
2.00
55.00
65.00

2,461.76
777.15
129.53

19,694
1,554
7,124
28,372

4.00
2.00
2.00
8

2,423.30
5,024.00
2,571.14

9,693
10,048
5,142 smooth wall
24,883

4.00
2.00
6.00

2,260.80
6,286.28

9,043
12,573
21,616

2.00
2.00

15,005.01

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Snowella spp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Crucigenia sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Kirchneriella sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Spondylosium sp.
Tetraedron regulare
undet green filament
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

7911 Total Volume
74.68
6.09
18.20
0.82
0.10
0.08
0.03
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short crimped coils
linear compres barrel cells

cells @col edge;fibrils?
cells @col edge;thin fibrils evid

col<30 um diam
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
small colonies

4-cell colony
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

cell clumps w/fibrils

30,010 rough col investment
30,010
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,367,041

1.367

14.44
16.69
61.20
2.08
1.82
1.58
2.20

116

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/7/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

10.00
870.00
10.00
200.00
4.00
160.00
2.00
1,440.00
2696

169.56
368.43
381.51
4.19
307.72
25.64
15,825.60
22.44

1,696
320,531
3,815
837
1,231
4,103
31,651
32,311
396,175

33.00
4.00
2.00
256.00
24.00
48.00
32.00
8.00
8.00
12.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
16.00
2.00
16.00
70.00
2.00
64.00
32.00
4.00
647.00

120
8,205.87
6,280.00
78.50
28.85
615.44
87.07
263.76
847.80
226.08
1,013.17
6,280.00
256.43
13,083.33
125.60
85.49
2,051.47
256.43
718.01
2,295.00
65.42
179.50
3,589.54

3,949
32,823
12,560
20,096
692
29,541
2,786
2,110
6,782
2,713
2,026
25,120
513
26,167
502
1,368
4,103
4,103
50,261
4,590
4,187
5,744
14,358
257,096

8,800.00
160.00
264.00
88.00

732.67
621.72
159.57
678.24

20.00
10.00
2.00
6.00
2.00
2.00
9354

604.80
2,198.00
126.93
224.38
1,465.33
300.92

12,096
21,980
254
1,346
2,931
602
6,687,963

8.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
132.00
146.00

2,285.92
5,934.60
452.16
777.15
141.30

18,287
11,869
904
1,554
18,652
51,267

2.00
2.00
4

2,423.30
5,861.33

4,847
11,723
16,569

6.00
4.00
1.00
11.00

2,260.80
7,912.80
60,000.00

13,565
31,651
60,000
105,216

16.00
16.00

11,304.00

180,864 rough col investment
180,864

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Gomphosphaeria sp.
+
Oscillatoriaceae
Snowella spp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Botryococcus protuberans
Crucigenia sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium /Kirchneriella spp.asmblg
Nephrocytium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
*
Pediastrum sp.
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Spondylosium sp.
Tetraedron regulare
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
*
undeter colony
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

12874 Total Volume
20.94
5.03
72.66
1.13
0.03
0.09
0.12
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short crimped coils;ellip cells
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils

small col;thick stalks
cells @col edge;thin fibrils evid

col<30 um diam
col<20 um diam
ovoid cell clusters w/fibrils
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

small colonies

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

cell pairs/quartets

6,447,467
99,475
42,128 ovoid cell
59,685

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

7,695,150

7.695

5.15
3.34
86.91
0.67
0.22
1.37
2.35

117

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/27/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp.
100.00
Anabaena circinalis/spiroides asmblg
210.00
Anabaena sp. 5,040.00
Anabaena spiroides
80.00
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.) 4,400.00
Chroococcus sp.
16.00
Gomphosphaeria sp.
160.00
+
Oscillatoriaceae
4.00
+
Oscillatoriaceae
44.00
Snowella spp. 10,560.00
Taxon Subtotal
20614
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
55.00
*
Botryococcus sp.
4.00
Botryococcus protuberans
320.00
Closterium sp.
1.00
Crucigenia sp.
32.00
*
Crucigenia quadrata
40.00
*
Crucigenia tetrapedia
16.00
Dictyosphaerium sp.
192.00
Kirchneriella sp.
16.00
Nephrocytium /Kirchneriella spp.asmblg
8.00
Oocystis sp.
24.00
*
Pediastrum tetras
8.00
*
Pediastrum duplex
2.00
Quadrigula sp.
80.00
Quadrigula sp.
44.00
*
Scenedesmus sp.
8.00
*
Scenedesmus sp.
2.00
*
Scenedesmus sp.
10.00
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
2.00
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
8.00
Spondylosium sp.
60.00
Staurastrum sp.
4.00
Tetraedron minimum
8.00
Tetraedron regulare
2.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
128.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
176.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
4.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
4.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
2.00
Taxon Subtotal 1,260.00
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
400.00
Dinobryon bavaricum
36.00
Rhizochrysis sp.
4.00
Tribonematales
525.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
440.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
4.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
2.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
2.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
165.00
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
32.00
Cocconeis sp.
4.00
Epithemia sp.
2.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
20.00
Melosira varians
4.00
Melosira sp.
290.00
Synedra sp.
6.00
Synedra sp.
16.00
Synedra sp.
2.00
Synedra sp.
24.00
Synedra sp.
34.00
Taxon Subtotal
2012
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
20.00
Cryptomonas +spp.
70.00
cryptomonad
28.00
Rhodomonas sp.
44.00
Taxon Subtotal
162.00
Euglenophyta
Phacus sp.
8.00
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
4.00
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
4.00
Taxon Subtotal
16
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
14.00
Taxon Subtotal
14.00

169.56
523.33
368.43
696.56
4.19
58.61
25.64
1,758.40
441.56
22.44

16,956
109,900
1,856,870
55,725
18,421
938
4,103
7,034
19,429
236,944
2,326,320

120
40,526.93
78.50
29,673.00
28.85
615.44
784.00
87.07
50
263.76
319.15
769.30
6,410.83
251.20
136.78
837.33
523.33
256.43
179.50
296.73
718.01
5,838.75
720.00
2,295.00
65.42
381.51
523.33
1,436.03
904.32

6,582
162,108
25,120
29,673
923
24,618
12,544
16,717
804
2,110
7,660
6,154
12,822
20,096
6,018
6,699
1,047
2,564
359
2,374
43,081
23,355
5,760
4,590
8,373
67,146
2,093
5,744
1,809
508,943

732.67
392.50
7,075.47
621.72
159.57
4,832.46
2,143.57
593.46
678.24
450.00
1,978.20
3,517
504.00
22,155.84
1,406.72
1,962.50
460.53
126.93
179.50
224.38

1,036.20
2,461.76
777.15
141.30

3,108.60
5,652.00
696.56

7,912.80

Total Number/ml

24078 Total Volume

Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

85.61 Percent
5.23 Percent
8.36 Percent
0.67 Percent
0.07 Percent
0.06 Percent
0.00 Percent
+=filament

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments
short crimped coils;ellip cells
loose spirals/coils
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils

small col;thick stalks
threadlike filaments
cells @col edge;thin fibrils evid

col<45 um diam
ovoid cell clusters w/fibrils
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

4-cell colony
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
8-cell colony

triangular

cell pairs/quartets

faint mucous sheath

293,067
14,130
28,302
326,403
70,213 ovoid cell
19,330 long flagellum
4,287
1,187
111,910
14,400
7,913
7,034
10,080
88,623 large cell
407,949
11,775 S. acus-like
7,369
254
4,308
7,629 stellate colonies
1,436,161
20,724
172,323
21,760
6,217
221,025
24,869
22,608
2,786 tiny cell;smooth wall
50,263
110,779
110,779
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

4,653,490

4.653

49.99
10.94
30.86
4.75
1.08
2.38
0.00

118

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
9/10/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp.
Anabaena macrospora (tenta)
Anabaena spiroides
Aphanocapsa sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
+
Oscillatoriaceae
+
Oscillatoriaceae
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Botryococcus protuberans
Cosmarium sp.
Crucigenia sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Kirchneriella sp.
*
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum tetras
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Spondylosium sp.
Tetraedron regulare
undet green filament
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Attheya sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas +spp.
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

1,500.00
50.00
10.00
400.00
5,500.00
88.00
24,200.00
22.00
11.00
31781

368.43
124.34
696.56
33.49
4.19
58.61
22.44
1,758.40
343.44

552,640
6,217
6,966
13,397
23,027
5,158
542,998
38,685
3,778
1,192,865

11.00
22.00
1,232.00
2.00
44.00
220.00
256.00
88.00
11.00
22.00
11.00
44.00
11.00
11.00
44.00
11.00
55.00
44.00
352.00
462.00
11.00
110.00
3,074.00

103
8,205.87
78.50
2,041.00
28.85
615.44
87.07
50
2,051.47
635.85
769.30
251.20
1,458.97
256.43
718.01
2,295.00
423.90
75.36
65.42
381.51
2,143.57
179.50

1,128
180,529
96,712
4,082
1,269
135,397
22,290
4,421
22,566
13,989
8,462
11,053
16,049
2,821
31,593
25,245
23,315
3,316
23,027
176,258
23,579
19,745
846,845

Total Number/ml

39784 Total Volume

comments

Cyanophyta

Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

440.00

732.67

linear com pres barrel cells
ellip cells ;angular gonidia
s hort spiral coils
deterior colonies

cells @col edge;fibrils?
threadlike filaments

col<30 um diam
ovoid cell clus ters w/fibrils
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

cell pairs/quartets
faint mucous sheath

322,373

1,100.00

669.87

33.00
525.00
550.00
11.00
11.00
33.00

7,075.47
621.72
159.57
5,086.80
2,143.57
678.24

1,408.00
2.00
22.00
80.00
66.00
140.00
10.00
7.00
1.00
11.00
352.00
16.00
4818

525.00
15,360.00
1,205.76
604.80
341.95
1,406.72
5,652.00
2,289.58
1,962.50
110.53
224.38
4,410.00

739,200
30,720
26,527
48,384
22,568
196,941
56,520
16,027
1,963
1,216
78,981
70,560
3,098,409

11.00
44.00
20.00
75.00

1,036.20
2,285.92
141.30

11,398
100,580
2,826
114,805

1.00
2.00
11.00
11.00
25

48,356.00
21,364.56
4,747.68
2,571.14

48,356 bent tail-piece
42,729
52,224
28,283 s mooth wall
171,592

3.00
8.00
11.00

60,000.00
25,999.20

180,000
207,994 embedded in mucous
387,994

79.88
7.73
12.11
0.19
0.06
0.03
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

736,853

233,490
326,403
87,766 ovoid cell
55,955 long flagellum
23,579 rough cell wall
22,382

5,812,509

delicate,spined cells

delicate cells w/long spines
S. acus-like
S. acus-like
stellate colonies

5.813

20.52
14.57
53.31
1.98
2.95
6.68
0.00

119

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
9/30/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae grp
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Cosmarium sp.
Crucigenia sp.
Crucigenia sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium /Kirchneriella spp.asmblg
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
*
Pediastrum tetras
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Staurastrum sp.
Tetraedron regulare
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

600.00
100.00
1,100.00
2,200.00
88.00
660.00
4748

113.04
368.43
6.28
4.19
58.61
22.44

10.00
1.00
11.00
88.00
308.00
88.00
2,288.00
44.00
44.00
11.00
44.00
11.00
22.00
176.00
11.00
11.00
1.00
11.00
352.00
88.00
132.00
22.00
22.00
3,796.00

8,205.87
153,860.00
3,077.20
62.80
58.61
615.44
87.07
157.00
127.17
1,205.76
273.56
4,019.20
769.30
170.97
837.33
256.43
11,210.40
2,295.00
78.50
58.61
381.51
1,436.03
523.33

82,059
153,860
33,849
5,526
18,053
54,159
199,215
6,908
5,595
13,263
12,036
44,211
16,925
30,091
9,211
2,821
11,210
25,245
27,632
5,158
50,359
31,593
11,513
850,494

270.00

µm3/ml

67,824 loose coils
36,843 linear compres barrel cells
6,908
9,211
5,158
14,809 cells @col edge;fibrils?
140,752

732.67

197,820

550.00

669.87

368,427

11.00
245.00
440.00
22.00
242.00

7,075.47
621.72
159.57
6,280.00
678.24

132.00
11.00
100.00
110.00
165.00
11.00
50.00
22.00
2381

450.00
1,205.76
504.00
410.34
1,406.72
5,652.00
2,289.58
224.38

77.00
11.00
330.00
220.00
638.00

2,285.92
5,934.60
777.15
141.30

176,016
65,281
256,460
31,086
528,842

1.00
1

5,024.00

5,024
5,024

2.00
2.00

60,000.00

120,000
120,000

1.00
1.00

11,320.75

11567 Total Volume
41.05
32.82
20.58
5.52
0.01
0.02
0.01
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

col<30 um diam
col<70 um diam
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
4-cell colony

4-cell colony
4-cell colony
triangular
cell clumps w/fibrils
lunate cells
cell pairs/quartets
faint mucous sheath

77,830
152,321
70,213 ovoid cell
138,160 long flagellum
164,134
59,400
13,263
50,400
45,137
232,109
62,172 delicate cells w/long spines
114,479 S. acus-like
4,936
1,750,802

11,321 dense ovate cell
11,321
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

3,407,234

3.407

4.13
24.96
51.38
15.52
0.15
3.52
0.33

120

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
10/23/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
Crucigenia sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

80.00
1,000.00
1080

267.95
4.19

2.00
96.00
40.00
8.00
8.00
16.00
4.00
8.00
32.00
32.00
2.00
2.00
250.00

153,860.00
58.61
87.07
116.57
395.14
192.33
256.43
529.35
113.04
696.56
1,436.03
523.33

2,000.00
20.00
220.00
14.00
88.00

732.67
621.72
159.57
6,280.00
678.24

1,465,333
12,434
35,106 ovoid cell
87,920 long flagellum
59,685

64.00
20.00
20.00
10.00
5.00
8.00
15.00
4.00
2488

495.00
134.63
663.33
900.00
1,406.72
5,652.00
7,475.03
179.50

31,680
2,693
13,267
9,000
7,034
45,216
112,125
718
1,882,211

100.00
33.00
30.00
132.00
295.00

2,285.92
452.16
777.15
141.30

228,592
14,921
23,315
18,652
285,479

1.00
1.00
2

52,752.00
5,572.45

4115 Total Volume
26.25
6.08
60.46
7.17
0.05
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

µm3/ml

comments

21,436 loose coils
4,187
25,622
307,720
5,627
3,483
933
3,161
3,077
1,026
4,235
3,617
22,290
2,872
1,047
359,087

col<70 um diam
4-cell colony

4-cell colony

cell pairs/quartets
faint mucous sheath

small cells<10um diam
small cells<15um diam

delicate cells w/long spines
S. acus-like

52,752 bent tail-piece
5,572
58,324

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,610,725

2.611

0.98
13.75
72.10
10.93
2.23
0.00
0.00

121

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
11/20/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Woronichinia (Coelosph Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
Crucigenia sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Synurophyceae
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

250.00
250

25.64

6,411
6,411

2.00
16.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
22.00
56.00

153,860.00
50.24
395.14
837.33
256.43
113.04
267.95

307,720
804
1,581
1,675
513
904
5,895
319,091

600.00

732.67

439,600

10.00

669.87

2.00
2.00
400.00
20.00
242.00
28.00

5,626.88
2,653.30
2,051.47
621.72
159.57
6,280.00

32.00
22.00
2.00
28.00
10.00
2.00
2.00
1402

495.00
134.63
663.33
2,260.80
588.75
20,580.00
224.38

250.00
2.00
22.00
10.00
220.00
504.00

2,637.60
12,572.56
452.16
777.15
141.30

2.00
2

3,052.08

2214 Total Volume
11.29
2.53
63.32
22.76
0.09
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

col<70 um diam
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
4-cell colony
faint mucous sheath

6,699

11,254
5,307
820,587 colonies disrupted
12,434
38,617 ovoid cell
175,840 long flagellum
15,840
2,962 small cells<10um diam
1,327 small cells<15um diam
63,302
5,888
41,160
449
1,641,264
659,400
25,145
9,948
7,772
31,086
733,350
6,104 smooth wall
6,104

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,706,221

2.706

0.24
11.79
60.65
27.10
0.23
0.00
0.00

122

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
12/11/2008
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

4.00
2.00
2.00
8.00

251.20
4,186.67
267.95

10.00

732.67

10.00

669.87

2.00
1,980.00
32.00
55.00
20.00
2.00

2,653.30
2,051.47
621.72
159.57
6,280.00
248.58

8.00
2.00
2.00
10.00
5.00
20.00
2.00
2.00
2162

420.00
628.00
663.33
604.80
3,391.20
1,406.72
12,600.00
307.72

152.00
12.00
4.00
36.00
22.00
226.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
12,572.56
863.50
141.30

400,915
71,215
50,290
31,086
3,109
556,615

2.00
2.00

2,260.80

4,522
4,522

comments

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Quadrigula sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Synura sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent Cyanophyta
Percent Chlorophyta
Percent Chrysophyta
Percent Cryptophyta
Percent Euglenophyta
Percent Pyrrhophyta
Percent Undetermined
*= colony

2398 Total Volume
0.00
0.33
90.16
9.42
0.00
0.08
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

1,005
8,373
536 faint mucous sheath
9,914
7,327
6,699

5,307
4,061,904 colonies disrupted
19,895
8,777 ovoid cell
125,600 long flagellum
497
3,360
1,256
1,327 small cells<15um diam
6,048
16,956
28,134
25,200
615
4,318,901

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

4,889,952

4.890

0.00
0.20
88.32
11.38
0.00
0.09
0.00

123

Table C-4. Phytoplankton Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2009.
PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
1/26/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Scenedesmus sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Amphiprora sp.
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

1.00
1.00
7.00
9.00

236
1,371.89
1,436.03

5.00
1.00
16.00
66.00
440.00
132.00
1.00

785.00
4,308.08
621.72
159.57
1,172.27
196.25
1,607.68

1.00
40.00
10.00
20.00
1.00
1.00
734

17,309.25
495.00
720.00
549.50
126.93
523.33

17,309
19,800
7,200
10,990
127
523
610,663

102.00
14.00
8.00
22.00
146.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
1,036.20
141.30

269,035
83,084
8,290
3,109
363,518

2.00
2.00

1,582.56

3,165
3,165

3.00
3.00

4,186.67

894 Total Volume
0.00
1.01
82.10
16.33
0.00
0.22
0.34
+=filament

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

µm3/ml

comments

236
1,372 4-cell colony
10,052
11,660
3,925
4,308
9,948
10,532 ovoid cell
515,797 lat compres cell;flagel
25,905
1,608

12,560 dense ovate cell
12,560
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,001,565

1.002

0.00
1.16
60.97
36.29
0.00
0.32
1.25

124

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
2/24/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bac illariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

28.00
16.00
2.00
24.00
20.00
8.00
98.00

212
399
6,410.83
317.93
1,766.25
4,186.67

5,935
6,383
12,822
7,630
35,325
33,493
101,588

460.00
320.00
12.00
10.00
12.00
440.00
132.00
10.00
77.00

1,046.67
785.00
4,513.23
2,653.30
621.72
159.57
1,055.04
196.25
1,607.68

1,808.00
132.00
45.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
2.00
6.00
3474

495.00
663.33
549.50
7,475.03
24,255.00
1,118.63
659.40
3,920.00

54.00
12.00
4.00
16.00
12.00
98.00

2,637.60
8,704.08
12,572.56
1,036.20
202.06

142,430
104,449
50,290
16,579
2,425
316,174

2.00
2.00
2.00
6.00

1,582.56
4,144.80
11,209.80

3,165
8,290
22,420
33,874

3676 Total Volume
0.00
2.67
94.50
2.67
0.00
0.16
0.00
+=filament

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

481,467
251,200
54,159
26,533
7,461
70,213 ovoid cell
139,265
1,963
123,791
894,960
87,559 small cells<15um diam
24,728
7,475 S. acus-like
24,255
6,712
1,319
23,520
2,226,578

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,678,214

2.678

0.00
3.79
83.14
11.81
0.00
1.26
0.00

125

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
3/31/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Closterium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
Pandorina sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cymbella sp.
Epithemia sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Gomphonema sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Peridinium sp.
small dinoflagellate
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml
µm3/cell
µm3/ml

2.00
2.00
176.00
96.00
32.00
2.00
22.00
22.00
33.00
387.00

99
3,191
87.07
301.44
2,411.52
837.33
1,766.25
4,186.67
523.33

110.00
2,860.00

1,046.67
785.00

198
6,383
15,324
28,938 colonies collapsed
77,169
1,675 4-cell colony
38,858
92,107
17,270 faint mucous sheath
277,921
115,133
2,245,100

20.00

669.87

20.00
330.00
132.00
110.00
44.00

2,653.30
159.57
1,172.27
1,055.04
1,607.68

13,397

35,200.00
2.00
2.00
20.00
2.00
35.00
15.00
16.00
9.00
48.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
38981

525.00
22,608.00
4,396
604.80
2,800.00
621.72
2,198.00
2,912.35
15,592.50
224.38
307.72
5,544.00
5,376.00

18,480,000
45,216
8,792
12,096
5,600
21,760
32,970
46,598
140,333
10,770
615
11,088
10,752
21,647,478

242.00
16.00
2.00
16.00
1,100.00
1,376.00

2,461.76
6,217.20
12,572.56
1,036.20
202.06

595,746
99,475
25,145
16,579
222,265
959,210

2.00
2.00
4

11,539.50
3,052.08

23,079
6,104 smooth wall
29,183

1.00
6.00
14.00
21.00

51,696.96
1,582.56
3,108.60

51,697 lateral compres cell
9,495
43,520
104,713

53,066
52,660 ovoid cell
154,739 lat compres cell;flagel
116,054
70,738

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments

40769 Total Volume
0.00
0.95
95.61
3.38
0.01
0.05
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

23,018,505

(mm3/L)

23.019

0.00
1.21
94.04
4.17
0.13
0.45
0.00

126

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
4/30/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

4.00
16.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
28.00

5,744.11
87.07
5,065.87
696.56
179.50

10.00
40.00

785.00
366.33

7,850
14,653

180.00

669.87

120,576

1.00
10.00
154.00
11.00

2,653.30
9,420.00
159.57
1,172.27

22,000.00
220.00
50.00
2.00
21.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
22702

630.00
808.50
604.80
1,153.95
11,025.00
126.93
307.72
3,072.00

13,860,000
177,870
30,240
2,308
231,525
127
308
3,072
14,582,852

52.00
66.00
55.00
173.00

2,461.76
1,036.20
202.06

128,012
68,389
11,113
207,514

2.00
2.00
4

7,092.21
3,052.08

comments

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
*Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
c olonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

22,976
1,393
10,132 small-cell colonies
2,786 cell pairs/quartets
359 mucous sheath
37,647

2,653
94,200
24,575 ovoid cell
12,895 lat compres cell;flagel

14,184
6,104 smooth wall
20,289

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

22907 Total Volume
0.00
0.12
99.11
0.76
0.02
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

14,848,301

(mm3/L)

14.848

0.00
0.25
98.21
1.40
0.14
0.00
0.00

127

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
5/14/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

4.00
1.00
2.00
24.00
7.00
38.00

5,744.11
8,205.87
413.30
696.56
1,436.03

22,976 coarse,punctate wall
8,206 small-cell colonies
827
16,717
10,052
58,778

50.00
5.00

1,046.67
366.33

52,333
1,832

440.00

669.87

294,741

5.00
5.00
88.00
10.00

2,299.53
621.72
159.57
1,205.76

344.00
110.00
24.00
2.00
1.00
1084

525.00
604.80
1,025.84
18,000.00
126.93

180,600
66,528
24,620
36,000
127
697,488

80.00
5.00
2.00
132.00
100.00
319.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
12,572.56
1,139.82
178.04

211,008
29,673
25,145
150,456
17,804
434,086

1.00
1

3,052.08

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Cosmarium sp.
*Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
Quadrigula sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bac illariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

11,498
3,109
14,043 ovoid cell
12,058 ovoid cell w/ basal thread

3,052 smooth wall
3,052

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

1442 Total Volume
0.00
2.64
75.17
22.12
0.07
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

1,193,404

(mm3/L)

1.193

0.00
4.93
58.45
36.37
0.26
0.00
0.00

128

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
5/28/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

220.00
20.00
200.00
440

142.48
179.50
25.64

22.00
8.00
8.00
2.00
20.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
16.00
8.00
20.00
112.00
40.00
8.00
26.00
2.00
50.00
348.00

99
4,615.80
55.26
576.00
1,013.17
3,349.33
1,200.40
3,920.00
593.46
197.82
267.95
150.46
267.95
904.32
1,766.25
7,234.56
381.51

2,176
36,926
442
1,152
20,263
6,699
2,401
7,840
9,495
1,583
5,359
16,851
10,718
7,235
45,923
14,469
19,076
208,607

400.00
500.00
400.00

1,046.67
785.00
366.33

418,667
392,500
146,533

comments

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Woronichinia (Coelosph Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Cosmarium sp.
Crucigenia sp.
*
Crucigenia tetrapedia
Oocystis sp.
*Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Uroglena/Uroglenopsis spp. (tenta)
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas +spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
Ceratium hirundinella(cyst)
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

31,345 short coils;ellip cells
3,590 short loose coils;no gonidia
5,129 disintegrated colonies
40,064

20.00

669.87

13,397

128.00
14.00
6.00
1,600.00
14.00
110.00
2.00
12.00
176.00

113.04
2,872.05
8,205.87
628.00
621.72
159.57
5,086.80
2,666.91
1,205.76

14,469
40,209
49,235
1,004,800
8,704
17,553
10,174
32,003
212,214

80.00
80.00
3.00
12.00
2.00
3559

525.00
604.80
3,077.20
18,000.00
224.38

42,000
48,384
9,232
216,000
449
2,676,522

48.00
6.00
4.00
66.00
200.00
324.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
12,572.56
1,139.82
178.04

126,605
35,608
50,290
75,228
35,608
323,338

4.00
10.00
14

4,846.59
3,052.08

6.00
1.00
7.00

4,041.18
40,000.00

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

4692 Total Volume
9.38
7.42
75.85
6.91
0.30
0.15
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

small-cell colonies
4-cell colony
compressed cells
cell pairs

mucous sheath

cells disrupted

colonies disrupted
ovoid cell
long flagellum
ovoid cell w/ basal thread

19,386
30,521 smooth wall
49,907
24,247
40,000
64,247

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

3,362,686

(mm3/L)

3.363

1.19
6.20
79.59
9.62
1.48
1.91
0.00

129

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
6/18/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium /Kirchneriella spp.asmblg
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Selenastrum sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

30.00
2,900.00
400.00
44.00
1,320.00
440.00
5134

110.82
368.43
4.19
256.43
22.44
11.45

3,324
1,068,437
1,675
11,283
29,618
5,037
1,119,375

11.00
1.00
1.00
176.00
44.00
44.00
22.00
22.00
11.00
11.00
88.00
88.00
176.00
88.00
33.00
816.00

99
8,205.87
75,360.00
87.07
263.76
1,013.17
276.32
732.67
368.43
151.98
54.43
150.46
182.37
904.32
1,436.03

1,088
8,206
75,360
15,324
11,605
44,580
6,079
16,119
4,053
1,672
4,790
13,240
32,097
79,580
47,389
361,181

9,350.00
66.00

785.00
457.92

7,339,750
30,223

110.00

669.87

73,685

88.00
11.00
11.00
128.00
110.00
10.00
660.00

113.04
1,657.92
8,205.87
621.72
159.57
4,832.46
1,205.76

9,948
18,237
90,265
79,580
17,553
48,325
795,802

352.00
160.00
40.00
23.00
11.00
4.00
11134

600.00
810.00
2,747.50
18,000.00
224.38
5,880.00

211,200
129,600
109,900
414,000
2,468
23,520
9,394,055

55.00
11.00
11.00
55.00
132.00

1,857.31
5,934.60
1,036.20
178.04

102,152
65,281
11,398
9,792
188,623

1.00
1.00
2.00
6.00
2.00
12

30,144.00
9,231.60
5,024.00
2,571.14
9,198.11

30,144 bent tail-piece
9,232 spiral
10,048
15,427 smooth wall
18,396
83,247

4.00
4.00

11,209.80

44,839
44,839

Total Number/ml

17232 Total Volume

Cyanophyta

(um3/ml)
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

29.79
4.74
64.61
0.77
0.07
0.02
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

11,191,320

short coils;ellip cells
linear compres barrel cells

cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks

col<30 um diam
col<70 um diam

4-cell colony
8-cell colony
very small cell

cells disrupted

ovoid cell
long flagellum
ovoid cell w/basal thread;disrup col?

(mm3/L)

11.191

10.00
3.23
83.94
1.69
0.74
0.40
0.00

130

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/2/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Crucigenia sp.
Crucigenia rectangularis/irregularis asmblg
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

60.00
220.00
200.00
600.00
32.00
32.00
9,000.00
320.00
6.00
10470

179.50
401.92
6.28
4.19
256.43
58.61
22.44
11.45
314,000

10,770
88,422
1,256
2,512
8,206
1,876
201,941
3,663
1,884,000
2,202,647

40.00
4.00
8.00
32.00
96.00
4.00
32.00
8.00
4.00
2.00
20.00
16.00
224.00
8.00
40.00
2.00
540.00

80
27,694.80
197.82
55.26
87.07
1,013.17
435.41
2,679.47
251.20
680.33
167.47
130.83
150.46
1,436.03
904.32
5,572.45

3,203
110,779
1,583
1,768
8,359
4,053
13,933
21,436
1,005
1,361
3,349
2,093
33,702
11,488
36,173
11,145
265,430

40.00
60.00

785.00
392.50

31,400
23,550

2,000.00

669.87

1,339,733

88.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
40.00
20.00
20.00
33.00

113.04
3,537.73
2,122.64
8,205.87
621.72
646.82
117.23
1,205.76

192.00
200.00
22.00
50.00
2.00
24.00
2797

525.00
900.00
1,607.68
4,000.36
224.38
4,900.00

100,800
180,000
35,369
200,018
449
117,600
2,146,539

28.00
8.00
4.00
30.00
10.00
80.00

2,637.60
5,934.60
12,572.56
1,036.20
178.04

73,853
47,477
50,290
31,086
1,780
204,486

10.00
10.00

11,209.80

112,098
112,098

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

13897 Total Volume
75.34
3.89
20.13
0.58
0.00
0.07
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short loose coils;no gonidia
linear compres barrel cells

cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam

col<50 um diam
2-cell colony
4-cell colony

4-cell colony

9,948 cells disrupted
7,075
4,245
16,412
24,869
12,936 ovoid cell
2,345
39,790 ovoid cell w/basal thread;disrup col?

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

comments

4,931,199

(mm3/L)

4.931

44.67
5.38
43.53
4.15
0.00
2.27
0.00

131

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/16/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Aphanocapsa sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
+
Oscillatoriales
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Cosmarium sp.
Crucigenia rectangularis/irregularis asmblg
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

210.00
600.00
40.00
300.00
400.00
20.00
4,600.00
1,760.00
10.00
1.00
7941

110.82
220.78
33.49
6.28
4.19
58.61
22.44
11.45
314,000
494.55

23,271
132,469
1,340
1,884
1,675
1,172
103,214
20,148
3,140,000
495
3,425,668

22.00
2.00
24.00
2.00
384.00
8.00
32.00
20.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
22.00
2.00
32.00
288.00
10.00
860.00

80
1,570.00
183.69
615.44
87.07
1,360.67
95.38
1,013.17
468.91
2,355.00
6,923.70
167.47
443.26
381.51
150.46
904.32

3,520.00
8.00
20.00
66.00
2.00

113.04
2,299.53
621.72
646.82
1,172.27

400.00
160.00
125.00
90.00
5.00
12.00
136.00
4544

900.00
686.88
1,907.55
3,384.92
18,000.00
307.72
4,900.00

44.00
2.00
40.00
220.00
306.00

1,714.44
5,934.60
1,036.20
169.56

2.00
2.00
4

4,846.59
2,571.14

Total Number/ml

13655 Total Volume

comments

Cyanophyta

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

58.15
6.30
33.28
2.24
0.03
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam
threadlike fil<3.5um wide;no sheath evid

1,762
3,140
4,409 2,4-cell colony
1,231 4-cell colony
33,435
10,885
3,052
20,263
3,751
4,710
13,847
3,684
887
12,208 cell pairs
43,331
9,043
169,639
397,901 cells disrupted
18,396
12,434
42,690 ovoid cell
2,345 lat compres cell;flagel
360,000
109,900
238,444
304,643
90,000
3,693 stellate colonies
666,400
2,246,845
75,435
11,869
41,448
37,303
166,056
9,693
5,142 smooth wall
14,835

(um3/ml)
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

short crimped coils/knots;ellip cells
short loose coils;no gonidia
small deter col;scat cells<5um

6,023,043

(mm3/L)

6.023

56.88
2.82
37.30
2.76
0.25
0.00
0.00

132

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LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/29/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

140.00
2,800.00
440.00
80.00
230.00
300.00
1,000.00
64.00
2,400.00
448.00
8.00
4.00
150.00
100.00
8164

110.82
267.95
401.92
759.88
87.07
6.28
4.19
58.61
22.44
11.45
314,000
494.55
87.07
25.64

15,514
750,251
176,845
60,790
20,026
1,884
4,187
3,751
53,851
5,129
2,512,000
1,978
13,060
2,564
3,621,831

2.00
8.00
2.00
704.00
8.00
8.00
2.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
16.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
960.00
4.00
33.00
2.00
1,780.00

80
52,333.33
820,586.67
87.07
42
763.02
4,186.67
143.92
1,013.17
2,355.00
334.93
14,130.00
769.30
2,307.90
251.20
837.33
256.43
5,948.04
87.07
1,436.03
904.32
5,572.45

160
418,667
1,641,173
61,297
335
6,104
8,373
1,151
4,053
9,420
5,359
14,130
1,539
4,616
1,005
1,675
513
11,896
83,587
5,744
29,843
11,145
2,321,784

800.00

785.00

628,000

10.00

669.87

288.00
4.00
8.00
385.00
2.00

113.04
2,122.64
621.72
646.82
3,215.36

120.00
30.00
2.00
372.00
2021

900.00
1,588.06
307.72
4,900.00

108,000
47,642
615
1,822,800
2,915,232

6.00
16.00
66.00
88.00

1,714.44
452.16
169.56

10,287
7,235
11,191
28,712

4.00
2.00
6

4,846.59
5,572.45

19,386
11,145
30,531

2.00
4.00
6.00

3,108.60
11,869.20

comments

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Aphanocapsa (Microcystis) pulchra-lik e sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
+
Oscillatoriales
Microcystis spp. asmblg(tenta)
filamentous cyanophyte
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Kirchneriella sp.
Nephrocytium sp.
*
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Pandorina sp.
*
Pediastrum Boryanum
*
Pediastrum tetras
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Staurastrum sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

short crimped coils/knots;ellip cells
loose coils&spirals;no gonidia
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils
deter col<100 scat cells<5um;aerotopes?;faint muc

cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam
threadlike fil<3.5um wide;no sheath evid
ovate col>100cells w/aerotopes;faint muc
minute subsph cells

col<50 um diam
col-140 um diam

small colonies

4-cell colony
4-cell colony

6,699

32,556 cells disrupted
8,491
4,974
249,025 ovoid cell
6,431 long flagellum

6,217
47,477 embedded in mucous
53,694

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DATE:
7/29/2009
STATION: center-1m
page 2
(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

12065 Total Volume
67.67
14.75
16.75
0.73
0.05
0.05
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

8,971,783

(mm3/L)

8.972

40.37
25.88
32.49
0.32
0.34
0.60
0.00

134

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/13/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Aphanocapsa (Microcystis) pulchra-lik e sp.
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
Microcystis spp. asmblg(tenta)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia quadrata
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Nephrocytium /Kirchneriella spp.asmblg
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Spondylosium sp.
Staurastrum sp.
Tetraedron minimum
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Chrysidiastrum sp.
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

700.00
520.00
80.00
60.00
100.00
500.00
128.00
72.00
3,500.00
1,600.00
10.00
350.00
7620

267.95
368.43
759.88
87.07
6.28
4.19
256.43
58.61
22.44
11.45
314,000
87.07

187,563
191,582
60,790
5,224
628
2,093
32,823
4,220
78,533
18,317
3,140,000
30,474
3,752,248

10.00
2.00
2.00
2,144.00
8.00
16.00
8.00
10.00
2.00
10.00
2.00
2.00
64.00
224.00
24.00
10.00
2,538.00

80
8,205.87
615.44
87.07
127.17
95.38
1,013.17
2,355.00
6,966.61
2,093.33
7,907.40
720.00
523.33
87.07
1,238.21
904.32

801
16,412
1,231
186,677
1,017
1,526
8,105
23,550
13,933
20,933
15,815
1,440
33,493
19,504
29,717
9,043
383,198

2.00
1,400.00

7,385.28
785.00

14,771
1,099,000

10.00

669.87

2.00
24.00
110.00

1,798.96
621.72
646.82

120.00
16.00
35.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
260.00
1985

604.80
686.88
1,780.38
18,000.00
126.93
366.33
4,900.00

72,576
10,990
62,313
72,000
127
366
1,274,000
2,702,511

14.00
20.00
20.00
54.00

1,714.44
690.80
175.21

24,002
13,816
3,504
41,322

1.00
2.00
2.00
6.00
2.00
13

92,316.00
20,096.00
5,024.00
2,571.14
696.56

92,316 bent tail-piece
40,192
10,048
15,427 smooth wall
1,393 tiny cell;smooth wall
159,376

3.00
10.00
13.00

60,000.00
11,869.20

180,000
118,692 embedded in mucous
298,692

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

12223 Total Volume
62.34
20.76
16.24
0.44
0.11
0.11
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

loose coils&spirals;no gonidia
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils
deter col<100 scat cells<5um;aerotopes?;faint muc

cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam
cellsw/aerotopes;ovate col w/faint muc

col<30 um diam
4-cell colony

robust 4-cell colony

cell pairs

6,699

3,598
14,921
71,150 ovoid cell

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

comments

7,337,347

(mm3/L)

7.337

51.14
5.22
36.83
0.56
2.17
4.07
0.00

135

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LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
9/3/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
*
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
* Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
*
Pediastrum tetras
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Staurastrum sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

20.00
1,500.00
1,400.00
350.00
2,000.00
16.00
840.00
256.00
9.00
6391

110.82
267.95
368.43
759.88
4.19
256.43
22.44
11.45
314,000

2,216
401,920
515,797
265,958
8,373
4,103
18,848
2,931
2,826,000
4,046,146

10.00
1.00
2.00
4.00
2,100.00
2.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
8.00
4.00
4.00
2.00
112.00
224.00
20.00
2.00
20.00
2,543.00

80
6,028.80
820,586.67
384.00
87.07
4,186.67
244.92
1,013.17
468.91
6,564.69
1,271.70
226.08
256.43
167.47
5,838.75
381.51
87.07
1,436.03
5,572.45
381.51

801
6,029
1,641,173
1,536
182,846
8,373
1,959
8,105
3,751
13,129
2,543
1,809
1,026
670
11,678
42,729
19,504
28,721
11,145
7,630
1,995,157

3,500.00
36.00

732.67
392.50

2,564,333
14,130

Total Number/ml

14325 Total Volume

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short crimped coils/knots;ellip cells
loose coils&spirals;suasage-sh gonidia
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils

cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam

col<30 um diam
col-140 um diam
4-cell colony
small colonies

small-cell colonies

4-cell colony
triangular
cell pairs/quads

some w/mucous sheath

20.00

669.87

330.00
44.00

621.72
646.82

13,397

64.00
800.00
160.00
95.00
20.00
4.00
6.00
2.00
224.00
5305

450.00
648.00
1,780.38
3,384.92
5,699.10
2,901.36
23,625.00
126.93
4,900.00

20.00
12.00
44.00
76.00

2,461.76
690.80
175.21

49,235
8,290
7,709
65,234

2.00
2.00
2.00
6

5,024.00
5,572.45
1,149.76

10,048
11,145 smooth wall
2,300 tiny cell;smooth wall
23,492

4.00
4.00

60,000.00

205,168
28,460 ovoid cell
28,800
518,400
284,861
321,567
113,982 S. acus-like;frustule slight bow
11,605 S. acus-like
141,750
254
1,097,600
5,344,308

240,000
240,000
(um3/ml)

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

comments

44.61
17.75
37.03
0.53
0.04
0.03
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

11,714,338

(mm3/L)

11.714

34.54
17.03
45.62
0.56
0.20
2.05
0.00

136

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LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
9/29/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
Microcystis spp. asmblg(tenta)
+ filamentous cyanophyte1
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Pediastrum duplex
*
Pediastrum duplex
Quadrigula sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Staurastrum sp.
Tetraedron minimum
Tetraedron regulare
undet green filament
c olonial (sph) nannoplktn
c olonial (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Tribonematales
Bac illariophyc eae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Epithemia sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Pinnularia/Rhopalodia spp.asmblg
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Phacus sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
*
undeter c olony
Taxon Subtotal

100.00
30.00
1,700.00
70.00
20.00
1,000.00
6,160.00
2.00
50.00
1.00
9133

110.82
150.46
334.93
759.88
137.38
4.19
22.44
314,000
87.07
3,365.69

11,082
4,514
569,387
53,192
2,748
4,187
138,218
628,000
4,353
3,366
1,419,044

short crimped coils/knots;ellip cells
loose coils&spirals;no gonidia
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils
heterocysts absent

2.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
48.00
16.00
4.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
8.00
3.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
60.00
24.00
88.00
77.00
346.00

52,333.33
418,666.67
820,586.67
320.00
87.07
244.92
1,013.17
8,373.33
18,840.00
301.44
192.33
628.00
2,169.17
720.00
979.20
395.64
267.95
113.04
1,436.03

104,667
418,667
820,587
1,280
4,179
3,919
4,053
25,120
18,840
603
1,539
1,884
2,169
720
1,958
23,738
6,431
9,948
110,574
1,560,875

col<50 um diam
col<100 um diam
col-140 um diam
4-cell colony

1,210.00

732.67

886,527

40.00

669.87

26,795

875.00

621.72

544,005

440.00
22.00
1.00
550.00
715.00
110.00
1.00
33.00
66.00
11.00
320.00
4394

487.50
663.33
4,103
648.00
1,780.38
410.34
3,140.00
5,699.10
366.33
3,077.20
4,900.00

28.00
10.00
10.00
22.00
70.00

2,461.76
452.16
1,036.20
175.21

2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
8

11,539.50
2,449.20
5,024.00
1,149.76

23,079
4,898
10,048
2,300 tiny cell;smooth wall
40,325

2.00
2.00

11,209.80

22,420
22,420

44.00
44.00

7,065.00

Total Number/ml

13997 Total Volume

Cyanophyta

Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

65.25
2.47
31.39
0.50
0.06
0.01
0.31
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

cells @col edge;fibrils?
disintegr colonies<100um diam
cellsw/aerotopes;ovate col w/faint muc
short fil,ends taper, Aphaniz-like

4-cell colony

collapsed cells
cell pairs/quads

214,500
14,593 small cells<15um diam
4,103
356,400
1,272,972
45,137
3,140
188,070 S. acus-like;frustule slight bow
24,178
33,849
1,568,000
5,182,268
68,929
4,522
10,362
3,855
87,668

310,860 col packed w/compres cells-yg?
310,860
(um3/ml)
(mm3/L)

8,623,459

8.623

16.46
18.10
60.10
1.02
0.47
0.26
3.60

137

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
10/20/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

200.00
10.00
3,000.00
8.00
2,400.00
5618

334.93
759.88
4.19
78.50
22.44

10.00
2.00
2.00
144.00
1.00
48.00
16.00
16.00
239.00

171
52,333.33
426.67
87.07
1,055.04
381.51
150.46
1,436.03

120.00

732.67

87,920

400.00

669.87

267,947

2.00
108.00
55.00
2.00
10.00

4,019.20
621.72
646.82
6,280.00
3,052.08

2.00
400.00
2.00
20.00
160.00
100.00
16.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
136.00
1540

1,483.65
487.50
1,205.76
663.33
648.00
1,780.38
4,000.36
5,652.00
5,181.00
1,854.56
366.33
4,900.00

48.00
2.00
10.00
77.00
55.00
192.00

2,461.76
4,295.52
452.16
1,036.20
175.21

2.00
2.00
2.00
6

2,449.20
5,024.00
2,571.14

comments

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Crucigenia sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Amphora sp.
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Phacus sp.
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

66,987 linear compres barrel cells
7,599 short spiral coils
12,560
628
53,851 cells @col edge;fibrils?
141,624
1,710
104,667
853
12,538
1,055
18,312
2,407
22,976
164,519

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

7595 Total Volume
73.97
3.15
20.28
2.53
0.08
0.00
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

4-cell colony
cell pairs/quads

8,038
67,146
35,575 ovoid cell
12,560 long flagellum
30,521
2,967
195,000
2,412
13,267 small cells<15um diam
103,680
178,038
64,006
5,652 delicate cells w/long spines
10,362 S. acus-like;frustule slight bow
3,709
733
666,400
1,752,964
118,164
8,591
4,522
79,787
9,637
220,701
4,898
10,048
5,142 smooth wall
20,089

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

col<50 um diam
4-cell colony

2,299,898

(mm3/L)

2.300

6.16
7.15
76.22
9.60
0.87
0.00
0.00

138

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
11/24/2009
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

2.00
2.00

1,436.03

2,872
2,872

60.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
24.00
22.00
6.00
15.00

732.67
4,952.83
3,537.73
2,461.76
4,823.04
8,205.87
621.72
646.82
6,280.00
1,205.76

1,600.00
10.00
3.00
1.00
18.00
1766

487.50
900.00
1,780.38
224.38
4,550.00

780,000
9,000
5,341
224
81,900
1,041,068

60.00
6.00
33.00
24.00
66.00
189.00

2,461.76
5,652.00
452.16
1,036.20
175.21

147,706
33,912
14,921
24,869
11,564
232,972

1.00
1.00

11,488.21

comments

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

43,960
4,953
7,075
2,462
4,823
16,412
14,921
14,230 ovoid cell
37,680 long flagellum
18,086 ovoid cell w/basal thread;disrup col?

11,488 dense ovate cell
11,488
(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

1958 Total Volume
0.00
0.10
90.19
9.65
0.00
0.00
0.05
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

1,288,400

(mm3/L)

1.288

0.00
0.22
80.80
18.08
0.00
0.00
0.89

139

Table C-5. Phytoplankton Data for Long Lake Middle Station, 2010.
PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
1/7/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

colonial cyanophyte
Taxon Subtotal

1.00
1

339,120.00

339,120 disintegr colonies<100um diam
339,120

*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Epithemia sp.
Fragilaria sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

2.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
7.00

418,666.67
256.43
1,436.03
381.51

837,333 col<100 um diam
256 4-cell colony
2,872
763
841,225

1.00
12.00
55.00
77.00

5,090.99
621.72
381.51
1,172.27

240.00
1.00
12.00
30.00
5.00
38.00
18.00
1.00
2.00
492

487.50
2,257
693.00
900.00
1,153.95
1,780.38
4,900.00
3,590.07
188.40

117,000
2,257
8,316
27,000
5,770
67,654
88,200
3,590
377
443,963

28.00
3.00
20.00
10.00
61.00

2,461.76
5,652.00
1,036.20
175.21

68,929
16,956
20,724
1,752
108,361

1.00
1.00

11,488.21

Cyanophyta
*
Chlorophyta

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

562 Total Volume
0.18
1.25
87.54
10.85
0.00
0.00
0.18
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

5,091
7,461
20,983 ovoid cell
90,265 Chromulina/Ochromonas-like

11,488 dense ovate cell
11,488
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,744,157

1.744

19.44
48.23
25.45
6.21
0.00
0.00
0.66

140

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
2/18/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Quadrigula sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

4.00
1.00
2.00
4.00
35.00
46.00

80
171
301.44
1,149.76
1,436.03

320
171
603
4,599
50,261
55,954

669.87

20.00
20.00
4,235.00
7.00
1.00
10.00
110.00

621.72
1,172.27
3,052.08
2,562.24
196.25
1,205.76

comments

13,397 solitary deterior cells

12,434
4,964,549 Chromulina/Ochromonas-like
21,365
2,562
1,963
132,634 ovoid cell;basal thread;disrup col?

32.00
1.00
30.00
45.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
4516

525.00
769.30
900.00
1,153.95
769.30
719.58
269.26
4,900.00
196.25

104.00
2.00
6.00
10.00
122.00

2,461.76
5,652.00
1,036.20
175.21

1.00
1

5,572.45

5,572 smooth wall
5,572

2.00
1.00
3.00

3,108.60
9,891.00

6,217
9,891
16,108

4688 Total Volume
0.00
0.98
96.33
2.60
0.02
0.06
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

16,800
769 small cells<15um diam
27,000
51,928
769
720
269
4,900
196
5,252,255
256,023
11,304
6,217
1,752
275,296

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

5,605,187

5.605

0.00
1.00
93.70
4.91
0.10
0.29
0.00

141

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
3/31/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coel. Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Closterium sp.
Closterium sp.
* Pandorina/Eudorina spp. asmblg
Pandorina sp.
Quadrigula sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Uroglena/Uroglenopsis spp. (tenta)
colonial chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

1.00
1

314,000

165.00
55.00
12.00
2.00
2.00
32.00
2.00
112.00
40.00
422.00

160
399
628
2,553
4,823.04
205.15
153.86
904.32
1,436.03

12.00
30.00
64.00
32.00
1,320.00
4.00

3,714.62
3,487.49
179.50
150.46
1,172.27
6,280.00

44,575
104,625
11,488 colonies disrupted
4,815 colonies disrupted
1,547,392 Chromulina/Ochromonas-like
25,120

576.00
2.00
100.00
90.00
125.00
30.00
2.00
2.00
10.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2405

525.00
883.13
900.00
431.75
1,701.49
5,652.00
4,144.80
224.38
320.54
5,880.00
1,381.60
2,564.33

302,400
1,766 small cells<15um diam
90,000
38,858
212,686
169,560 delicate cells w/long spines
8,290
449
3,205
11,760
2,763
5,129
2,584,880

484.00
10.00
20.00
44.00
330.00
888.00

2,461.76
5,934.60
565.20
1,036.20
202.06

1,191,492
59,346
11,304
45,593
66,679
1,374,414

16.00
2.00
18.00

3,108.60
6,857.76

49,738
13,716
63,453

3734 Total Volume
0.03
11.30
64.41
23.78
0.00
0.48
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

µm3/ml

comments

314,000 disintegr colonies<100um diam
314,000
26,330
21,942
7,536
5,106
9,646 small-cell colonies
6,565
308
101,284
57,441
236,157

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

4,572,905

4.573

6.87
5.16
56.53
30.06
0.00
1.39
0.00

142

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
4/28/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Oscillatoriales
Taxon Subtotal

50.00
20.00
1.00
71

368.43
759.88
1,483.65

Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Cosmarium sp.
Dictyosphaerium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Quadrigula sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal

33.00
10.00
55.00
3.00
368.00
8.00
12.00
4.00
160.00
16.00
77.00
6.00
22.00
774.00

80
224
370
5,744.11
87.07
244.92
251.20
732.67
150.46
904.32
1,436.03
5,572.45
1,055.04

2,642
2,244
20,374
17,232
32,042
1,959
3,014
2,931 4-cell colony
24,073
14,469
110,574
33,435
23,211
288,201

30.00
18.00
2.00
76.00
154.00

1,046.67
2,872.05
4,559.28
621.72
1,436.03

31,400
51,697
9,119
47,251
221,148

2,024.00
44.00
6.00
1,100.00
2.00
165.00
20.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
330.00
6.00
2.00
12.00
22.00
8.00
715.00
192.00
2.00
10.00
4952

420.00
630.00
883.13
576.00
3,920.00
791.28
1,615.53
205.17
392.50
575.67
5,652.00
4,662.90
2,072.40
14,175.00
1,854.56
126.93
352.60
4,900.00
1,575.00
196.25

850,080
27,720
5,299
633,600
7,840
130,561
32,311
1,641
785
1,151
1,865,160
27,977
4,145
170,100
40,800
1,015
252,106
940,800
3,150
1,963
5,358,819

385.00
1.00
44.00
22.00
88.00
540.00

2,461.76
5,934.60
565.20
1,036.20
202.06

947,778
5,935
24,869
22,796
17,781
1,019,159

1.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
7

5,887.50
7,347.60
5,024.00
2,571.14

6.00
2.00
8.00

3,108.60
11,209.80

Cyanophyta

+

18,421 linear compres barrel cells
15,198 short spiral coils
1,484 threadlike fil<3.5um wide;no sheath evid
35,103

Chlorophyta

Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Gomphonema sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Navicula sp.
Nitzschia sp.
Rhizosolenia sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra ulna
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
small cryptomonad
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
euglenoid
Trachelomonas sp.(ell)
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

6352 Total Volume
1.12
12.19
77.96
8.50
0.11
0.13
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

delicate cells w/long spines
frustule slight bow
frustule slight bow

5,888
14,695
10,048
5,142 smooth wall
35,773
18,652
22,420
41,071

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml

small cells<15um diam

6,778,125

(mm3/L)

6.778

0.52
4.25
79.06
15.04
0.53
0.61
0.00

143

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
5/20/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

70.00
10.00
256.00
1,664.00
1.00
2001

110.82
267.95
22.44
11.45
1,483.65

7,757
2,679
5,744
19,049
1,484
36,714

2.00
1.00
12.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
64.00
24.00
6.00
115.00

80
212
130.83
435.41
368.43
753.60
381.51
65.42
1,238.21

160
212
1,570
1,742
368 8-cell colony
754
24,417
1,570
7,429
38,221

60.00
220.00
5.00
10.00
9.00
12.00
3.00
14.00
3,630.00
10.00
2.00

1,013.17
680.33
327.08

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
+
Oscillatoriales
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Fragilaria crotonensis
Gomphonema sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
undet pennate diatom
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
small cryptomonad
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Phacus sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined
undeter unicell
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

669.87

3,714.62
2,260.80
4,559.28
621.72
124.34
1,436.03
2,411.52

800.00
8.00
180.00
140.00
1.00
50.00
35.00
2.00
200.00
4.00
10.00
560.00
2.00
2.00
5969

525.00
5,306.60
576.00
900.00
13,066.67
1,077.02
392.50
4,000.36
3,626.70
126.93
352.60
3,920.00
327.08
1,153.95

3.00
3.00
6.00

2,461.76
459.23

1.00
3.00
2.00
6

2,939.04
2,571.14
5,572.45

1.00
1.00

11,488.21

8098 Total Volume
24.71
1.42
73.71
0.07
0.07
0.00
0.01
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short crimped coils;ellip cells
loose coils;no gonidia
cells @col edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
threadlike fil<3.5um wide;no sheath evid

60,790
149,673
1,635
6,699

33,432
27,130
13,678
8,704
451,369 ovoid cell
14,360
4,823
420,000
42,453
103,680
126,000
13,067
53,851
13,738
8,001
725,340 frustule slight bow
508
3,526
2,195,200
654
2,308
4,480,617
7,385
1,378
8,763
2,939
7,713 smooth wall
11,145 smooth wall
21,797

11,488 dense ovate cell
11,488
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

4,597,601

4.598

0.80
0.83
97.46
0.19
0.47
0.00
0.25

144

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
6/17/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
Gomphosphaeria sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
Cosmarium sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
Oocystis sp.
*
Scenedesmus sp.
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
Tetraedron sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
unic ell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Dinobryon bavaricum
Dinobryon divergens
Mallomonas sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Rhizochrysis sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bac illariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate
Ceratium hirundinella
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

Total Number/ml
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
Perc ent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

10.00
600.00
575.00
40.00
1,200.00
4.00
2,720.00
80.00
5229

110.82
150.46
368.43
628.00
3.39
69.94
22.44
11.45

1,108
90,274
211,845
25,120
4,069
280
61,031
916
394,643

1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
40.00
12.00
10.00
1.00
76.00

128
8,205.87
5,744.11
1,591.98
468.91
5,861.33
359.01
211.95
2,154.04
65.42
904.32
1,238.21
3,052.08

2,500.00
40.00
200.00
16.00
20.00
4.00
20.00
55.00

732.67
327.08

1,831,667
13,083

669.87

133,973

1,945.75
2,653.30
6,367.92
621.72
904.32

31,132
53,066
25,472
12,434
49,738

16.00
2.00
10.00
36.00
2.00
242.00
2.00
64.00
2.00
320.00
3551

525.00
883.13
2,659.58
5,306.60
9,646.08
1,780.38
3,626.70
224.38
352.60
4,620.00

70.00
2.00
2.00
50.00
33.00
157.00

2,461.76
5,934.60
12,123.54
777.15
175.21

2.00
8.00
2.00
12

4,615.80
2,571.14
5,572.45

4.00
7.00
2.00
13.00

1,582.56
15,072.00
60,000.00

9038 Total Volume
57.86
0.84
39.29
1.74
0.13
0.14
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments
short crimped coils;ellip cells
loose coils;sph cells;sausage-shp gonidia
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils

cells @col mucous edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks

128
8,206 col<30 um diam
11,488
1,592
1,407
5,861 large unicell
718 4-cell colony
212
2,154
2,617
10,852
12,382
3,052
60,669

8,400
1,766 small cells<15um diam
26,596
191,038
19,292
430,852
7,253 frustule slight bow
14,360 stellate colonies
705
1,478,400
4,329,228
172,323
11,869
24,247
38,858
5,782
253,079
9,232
20,569 smooth wall
11,145 smooth wall
40,946
6,330
105,504
120,000
231,834
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

5,310,399

5.310

7.43
1.14
81.52
4.77
0.77
4.37
0.00

145

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/15/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon
Cyanophyta

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp. 4,500.00
Anabaena spiroides
140.00
Aphanocapsa sp.
800.00
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.) 2,400.00
Chroococcus sp.
200.00
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg 4,000.00
Gomphosphaeria sp.
384.00
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
1.00
+
Oscillatoriales
1.00
Taxon Subtotal
12426
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
3.00
*
Botryococcus sp.
4.00
*
Botryococcus sp.
1.00
Oocystis sp.
1.00
Oocystis sp.
2.00
Quadrigula sp.
8.00
*
Scenedesmus sp.
1.00
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
2.00
colonial (ell) nannoplktn
32.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
128.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
16.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
4.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
10.00
Taxon Subtotal
212.00
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
160.00
Dinobryon divergens
100.00
Gloeobotrys sp.
640.00
Mallomonas sp.
2.00
Rhizochrysis sp.
1.00
Tribonematales
45.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
2.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
22.00
Bac illariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
352.00
Asterionella formosa
400.00
Cyclotella sp.
2.00
Cyclotella sp.
150.00
Cyclotella sp.
42.00
Cyclotella sp.
2.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
120.00
Fragilaria crotonensis
400.00
Melosira sp.
330.00
Melosira sp.
180.00
Melosira sp.
90.00
Synedra sp.
1.00
Synedra ulna
3.00
Synedra sp.
48.00
Tabellaria fenestrata
168.00
Taxon Subtotal
3260
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
28.00
Cryptomonas sp.
22.00
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
2.00
cryptomonad
40.00
Rhodomonas sp.
22.00
Taxon Subtotal
114.00
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
4.00
Trachelomonas volvocina
6.00
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
4.00
Taxon Subtotal
14
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
2.00
dinoflagellate
2.00
Taxon Subtotal
4.00
Undetermined

368.43
628.00
4.19
3.39
69.94
22.44
11.45
314,000
3,956.40

1,657,920
87,920
3,349
8,139
13,989
89,752
4,396
314,000
3,956
2,183,421

128
27,694.80
72,211.63
1,591.98
837.33
251.20
732.67
575.67
551.07
65.42
381.51
2,143.57
523.33

385
110,779
72,212
1,592
1,675
2,010
733
1,151
17,634
8,373
6,104
8,574
5,233
236,455

732.67

117,227

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

669.87

124.34
2,299.53
6,367.92
621.72
5,652.00
904.32
525.00
825.00
883.13
2,659.58
5,306.60
10,889.52
604.80
900.00
1,077.02
686.88
3,165.12
5,181.00
23,625.00
320.54
4,620.00

2,461.76
5,934.60
12,572.56
777.15
175.21

4,615.80
2,571.14
5,572.45

7,837.44
21,298.62

16030 Total Volume
77.52
1.32
20.34
0.71
0.09
0.02
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

comments
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils
sph cells<2um diam

cells @col mucous edge;fibrils?
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam
fil<7um diam, no sheath evid

col<40 um diam
col<60 um diam

4-cell colony
8-cell colony

66,987

79,580 cells disrupted
4,599
6,368
27,977
11,304 obovoid cell;long flagellum
19,895
184,800
330,000
1,766 small cells<15um diam
398,937
222,877
21,779
72,576
360,000
355,417
123,638
284,861
5,181 frustule slight bow
70,875
15,386 stellate colonies
776,160
3,558,189
68,929
130,561
25,145
31,086
3,855
259,576
18,463
15,427 smooth wall
22,290 smooth wall
56,180
15,675
42,597
58,272

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

6,352,094

6.352

34.37
3.72
56.02
4.09
0.88
0.92
0.00

146

LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
7/29/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

30.00
10.00
20.00
6,000.00
440.00
1,320.00
40.00
1.00
7861

110.82
368.43
628.00
3.39
63.59
69.94
11.45
128,217

3,324
3,684
12,560
20,347
27,977
92,325
458
128,217
288,893

2.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
2.00
11.00
2.00
64.00
11.00
3.00
101.00

75
8,205.87
27,694.80
72,211.63
5,744.11
837.33
575.67
65.42
2,143.57
523.33

151
24,618
27,695
144,423
11,488
9,211
1,151
4,187
23,579
1,570
248,073

180.00
336.00
2.00
4.00
50.00
22.00
1.00
1.00

732.67
124.34
1,945.75
621.72
62.80
904.32
2,143.57
4,186.67

131,880
41,780 cells disrupted
3,892
2,487
3,140 delicate vaselike lorica
19,895
2,144
4,187

12.00
2.00
3.00
1.00
250.00
462.00
14.00
28.00
1.00
1.00
4.00
1374

750.00
883.13
2,659.58
5,306.60
900.00
1,780.38
686.88
4,308.08
3,768.00
320.54
4,900.00

9,000
1,766 small cells<15um diam
7,979
5,307
225,000
822,536
9,616
120,626
3,768 frustule slight bow
321
19,600
1,434,921

6.00
9.00
44.00
59.00

1,857.31
777.15
175.21

11,144
6,994
7,709
25,848

1.00
4.00
5

4,615.80
2,571.14

4,616
10,285 smooth wall
14,900

4.00
4.00

7,837.44

31,350
31,350

60.00
60.00

65.42

Cyanophyta
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena sp.
Anabaena spiroides
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.)
Chroococcus sp.
Chroococcus sp.
Gomphosphaeria sp.
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
Taxon Subtotal
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
*
Botryococcus sp.
Cosmarium sp.
Oocystis sp.
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
Gloeobotrys sp.
Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
colonial chrysophyte
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Cyclotella sp.
Fragilaria crotonensis
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Tabellaria fenestrata
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Euglena sp.
Trachelomonas volvocina
Taxon Subtotal
Pyrrhophyta
dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined
undeter c olony
Taxon Subtotal

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

9464 Total Volume
83.06
1.07
14.52
0.62
0.05
0.04
0.63
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short crimped coils;ellip cells
linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils
cubical cell packets
small col;thin stalks
disintegr colonies<100um diam

col<30 um diam
col<40 um diam
col<60 um diam

8-cell colony

3,925 very deterior sph cells<6um
3,925
(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,047,910

2.048

14.11
12.11
70.07
1.26
0.73
1.53
0.19

147

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
8/24/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp.
216.00
Anabaena spiroides
60.00
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
180.00
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.) 16,000.00
Chroococcus sp.
16.00
Coelosphaerium/Snowella spp. asmblg
80.00
*
Woronichinia spp.(incl Coelos. Naegel)
1.00
Taxon Subtotal
16553
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
4.00
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
7.00
Kirchneriella sp.
32.00
Oocystis sp.
4.00
Oocystis sp.
3.00
* Scenedesmus arcuatus/bijuga asmblg
1.00
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
1.00
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
1.00
Staurastrum sp.
1.00
Staurastrum sp.
1.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
128.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
10.00
Taxon Subtotal
193.00
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon sociale/sertularia asmblg
80.00
Dinobryon divergens
160.00
Tribonematales
30.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
55.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
1.00
Bacillariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
24.00
Asterionella formosa
64.00
Cyclotella sp.
3.00
Cyclotella sp.
1.00
Melosira sp. 1,050.00
Melosira sp.
20.00
Synedra sp.
12.00
Taxon Subtotal
1500
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
15.00
cryptomonad
27.00
Rhodomonas sp.
10.00
Taxon Subtotal
52.00
Euglenophyta
euglenoid
1.00
Trachelomonas volvocina
3.00
Trachelomonas sp.(sph)
1.00
Taxon Subtotal
5
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
2.00
Taxon Subtotal
2.00
Undetermined

368.43
628.00
137.38
3.39
205.17
22.44
128,217

79,580
37,680
24,728
54,259
3,283
1,795
128,217
329,541

comments

Cyanophyta

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

75
128
42
143.92
1,846.32
466.29
211.95
366.33
13,840.00
21,625.00
87.07
2,143.57

40,192

669.87

107,179

621.72
904.32
2,143.57

18,652
49,738
2,144

1,857.31
777.15
175.21

16,485.00
2,571.14
5,572.45

60,000.00

18305 Total Volume
90.43
1.05
8.19
0.28
0.03
0.01
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

cells @col mucous edge;fibrils?
disintegr colonies<100um diam

301
898
1,340
576
5,539
466 8-cell colony
212
366
13,840 triangular semicell
21,625 triangular semicell
11,145
21,436
77,744

502.40

450.00
750.00
2,659.58
5,306.60
1,780.38
686.88
256.43

linear compres barrel cells
short spiral coils
heterocysts absent

10,800
48,000
7,979
5,307
1,869,399
13,738
3,077 stellate colonies
2,176,202
27,860
20,983
1,752
50,595
16,485
7,713 smooth wall
5,572 smooth wall
29,771
120,000
120,000

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

2,783,853

2.784

11.84
2.79
78.17
1.82
1.07
4.31
0.00

148

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
9/30/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

Anabaena sp.
30.00
Anabaena circinalis/flos-aquae/spiroides asmblg
300.00
Anabaena sp.
160.00
Anabaena spiroides
80.00
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
380.00
Anacystis (Aphanothece/Anathece spp.) 10,000.00
Chroococcus sp.
8.00
Taxon Subtotal
10958
Chlorophyta
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
30.00
Ank istrodesmus falcatus
6.00
Oocystis sp.
14.00
Quadrigula sp.
2.00
Schroederia (Ank yra) sp.
5.00
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
40.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
10.00
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
3.00
Taxon Subtotal
110.00
Chrysophyta
Dinobryon divergens
35.00
Dinobryon sp.
200.00
Gloeobotrys sp.
48.00
Mallomonas sp.
6.00
Tribonematales
18.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
4.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
22.00
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
33.00
Bac illariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
88.00
Melosira sp.
8.00
Taxon Subtotal
462
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas spp.
52.00
Cryptomonas sp.
10.00
Cryptomonas sp. (large)
2.00
cryptomonad
64.00
Rhodomonas sp.
44.00
Taxon Subtotal
172.00
Euglenophyta
Trachelomonas volvocina
2.00
Taxon Subtotal
2
Pyrrhophyta
Ceratium hirundinella
3.00
Taxon Subtotal
3.00
Undetermined

110.82
78.50
368.43
628.00
137.38
3.39
69.94

3,324
23,550
58,948
50,240
52,203
33,912
560
222,737

75
128
837.33
445.10
211.95
381.51
1,436.03
3,730.32

2,261
769
11,723
890
1,060
15,260
14,360
11,191
57,514

669.87
1,046.67

23,445
209,333

comments

Cyanophyta

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

124.34
1,945.75
621.72
4,710.00
904.32
196.25

66,000
6,649
379,473

2,461.76
5,934.60
12,572.56
777.15
175.21

128,012
59,346
25,145
49,738
7,709
269,950

60,000.00

11707 Total Volume
93.60
0.94
3.95
1.47
0.02
0.03
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

5,969 cells disrupted
11,675
11,191
18,840 obovoid cell;long flagellum
19,895
6,476

750.00
831.12

2,571.14

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

short crimped coils;ellip cells
loose coils;sph cells;sausage-shp gonidia
linear compres barrel cells;no akin/hetero
short spiral coils
akinetes pres;heterocysts scarce

5,142 smooth wall
5,142
180,000
180,000

(um3/ml)

(mm3/L)

1,114,816

1.115

19.98
5.16
34.04
24.21
0.46
16.15
0.00

149

PHYTOPLANKTON
LONG LAKE (Kitsap Co., WA)
DATE:
11/11/2010
STATION: center-1m
Taxon

SAMPLE STATUS: Lugols preserved
NOTE:
Cells/ml

µm3/cell

µm3/ml

comments

Anabaena sp.
Aphanizomenon flos-aquae
Gomphosphaeria sp.
+
Oscillatoriales
Taxon Subtotal

20.00
15.00
16.00
1.00
52

368.43
3,014.40
25.64
494.55

7,369
45,216
410
495
53,489

Ank istrodesmus falcatus
*
Scenedesmus sp.
colonial (sph) nannoplktn
unicell (sph) nannoplktn
Taxon Subtotal

10.00
1.00
16.00
4.00
31.00

75
401.92
113.04
1,436.03

754 deteriorated
402 4-cell colony
1,809
5,744 deteriorated
8,708

Mallomonas sp.
Tribonematales
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
chrysophyte (flagel-unicell)
Bac illariophyceae
Asterionella formosa
Cocconeis sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Melosira sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
Synedra sp.
undet pennate diatom
Taxon Subtotal
Cryptophyta
Cryptomonas sp.
Cryptomonas sp.
cryptomonad
Rhodomonas sp.
Taxon Subtotal
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
small dinoflagellate
Taxon Subtotal
Undetermined

1.00
24.00
22.00
3.00
2.00

1,945.75
621.72
904.32
2,143.57
9,198.11

1,946 deteriorated
14,921
19,895
6,431
18,396

8.00
1.00
7.00
140.00
35.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
248

630.00
1,130.40
3,077.20
989.10
3,165.12
2,072.40
126.93
224.38
357.18
183.17

6.00
2.00
8.00
10.00
26.00

1,857.31
5,934.60
777.15
175.21

11,144
11,869
6,217
1,752
30,982

1.00
1.00

1,582.56

1,583
1,583

Cyanophyta
lin compres barrel cells;hetero pres;no akin
akinetes only
small col;thick stalks
threadlike fil<3.5um wide;no sheath evid

Chlorophyta

Chrysophyta

5,040
1,130
21,540
138,474
110,779
2,072 frustule s light bow
127
224
357
183
341,517

(um3/ml)

Total Number/ml
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
*= colony

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

358 Total Volume
14.53
8.66
69.27
7.26
0.00
0.28
0.00
+=filament

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent

Cyanophyta
Chlorophyta
Chrysophyta
Cryptophyta
Euglenophyta
Pyrrhophyta
Undetermined

436,280

(mm3/L)

0.436

12.26
2.00
78.28
7.10
0.00
0.36
0.00

150

Appendix D – Phosphorus Budget

151

Table D-1. Monthly Phosphorus Budget for Long Lake, Kitsap County, 2006.
Year

2006

Month

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Direct P
Load
(kg/month)

12
3
3
2
1
1
0.1
0.0
1
1
15
8
47
2

Salmonberry
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

10
9
14
16
18
25
15
12
5
3
12
9
147
57

Ground
Water
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

Ungaged
Surface TP
Load
(kg/month)

17
19
18
12
2
2
9
12
16
29
51
60
246
38

GW TP
Load
(kg/month)

9
11
9
3
2
1
1
3
10
19
33
41
141
15

Septic Tank
Load
(kg/month)

9
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
106
35

Curley
Creek TP
Output
(kg/month)

48
38
40
24
17
10
18
28
32
37
94
116
501
87

Net TP
Sedimentation
or Net TP
Internal
Loading
(kg/month)

-16
-9
4
-45
-15
-32
61
-40
0.5
-64
-17
-10
-182
-11

Annual Total
June-September
Total
*Flow measurements or phosphorus samples were not collected in 2006 for GW Creek, therefore it was left out of the water and
phosphorus budgets
**a (+) number reflects internal loading, a (-) number reflects net sedimentation
Note: More detailed information for both the water budget and phosphorus budget can be found in the excel spreadsheet retained by
Tetra Tech, Kitsap County, and WA DOE. Lake levels were missing for 2006. Lake level logger data was estimated using
relationship between lake stage (ken’s dock) and Curley creek stage then a relationship between Curley Creek stage and 2007-2010
lake level logger data.

152

Table D-2. Monthly Phosphorus Budget for Long Lake, Kitsap County, 2007.
Year

Month

Direct P
Load
(kg/month)

Salmonberry
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ground
Water
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ungaged
Surface TP
Load
(kg/month)

GW TP
Load
(kg/month)

Septic Tank
Load
(kg/month)

Curley
Creek TP
Output
(kg/month)

Net TP
Sedimentation or Net
TP Internal Loading
(kg/month)

2007

January

5
3
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
4
11
37
5

9
10
16
14
15
15
15
13
11
11
10
22
161
53

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

45
43
36
10
13
13
3
3
1
14
14
29
225
20

30
29
22
2
4
5
2
2
1
5
5
16
123
10

9
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
106
35

82
88
70
23
20
57
7
14
6
14
19
85
484
84

-12
3
-11
-33
-43
16
-39
-15
-18
-37
-16
46
-160
-56

February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Annual Total
June-September
Total
*Flow measurements or phosphorus samples were not collected in 2006 for GW Creek, therefore it was left out of the water and
phosphorus budgets
**a (+) number reflects internal loading, a (-) number reflects net sedimentation
Note: More detailed information for both the water budget and phosphorus budget can be found in the excel spreadsheet retained by
Tetra Tech, Kitsap County, and WA DOE. Lake levels were missing for the beginning of 2007. Lake level logger data was estimated
using relationship between lake stage (ken’s dock) and Curley creek stage then a relationship between Curley Creek stage and 20072010 lake level logger data. Also September Curley Creek outflow was set to 400,000 cubic meters because field measurements were
suspect for that month.

153

Table D-3. Monthly Phosphorus Budget for Long Lake, Kitsap County, 2008.
Year

Month

Direct P
Load
(kg/month)

Salmonberry
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ground
Water
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ungaged
Surface TP
Load
(kg/month)

GW TP
Load
(kg/month)

Septic Tank
Load
(kg/month)

Curley
Creek TP
Output
(kg/month)

Net TP
Sedimentation or Net
TP Internal Loading
(kg/month)

2008

January

5
2
3
2
0.3
1
0
2
0.4
2
6
2
26
4

13
12
21
14
17
16
11
27
12
74
17
22
257
66

0.4
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
3.7
1

33
30
19
14
14
14
10
7
3
4
17
11
177
35

19
18
7
3
5
6
3
0.2
2
3
7
3
75
10

9
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
106
35

69
58
32
28
12
11
9
15
11
11
30
22
308
46

-15
-28
-33
-10
-45
-44
41
-57
-24
-107
-32
15
-337
-84

February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Annual Total
June-September
Total
*a (+) number reflects internal loading, a (-) number reflects net sedimentation
Note: More detailed information for both the water budget and phosphorus budget can be found in the excel spreadsheet retained by
Tetra Tech, Kitsap County, and WA DOE.

154

Table D- 4. Monthly Phosphorus Budget for Long Lake, Kitsap County, 2009.
Year

Month

Direct P
Load
(kg/month)

Salmonberry
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ground
Water
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ungaged
Surface TP
Load
(kg/month)

GW TP
Load
(kg/month)

Septic Tank
Load
(kg/month)

Curley
Creek TP
Output
(kg/month)

Net TP
Sedimentation or Net
TP Internal Loading
(kg/month)

2009

January

3
1
3
3
4
0.4
0.1
1
1
5
10
3
35
2

14
31
16
15
40
16
15
13
10
20
15
19
222
54

0.2
1
0.4
0.3
1
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.5
1
5.5
1

18
18
18
16
17
1
12
2
2
8
38
40
192
18

8
8
8
6
7
1
3
2
1
0.3
23
25
92
8

9
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
106
35

41
34
48
21
30
12
12
11
9
20
70
86
395
44

-17
-13
-20
-53
-51
-14
-13
-12
-15
-49
1
-9
-264
-53

February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Annual Total
June-September
Total
*a (+) number reflects internal loading, a (-) number reflects net sedimentation
Note: More detailed information for both the water budget and phosphorus budget can be found in the excel spreadsheet retained by
Tetra Tech, Kitsap County, and WA DOE.

155

Table D-5. Monthly Phosphorus Budget for Long Lake, Kitsap County, 2010.
Year

Month

2010

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Direct P
Load
(kg/month)

Salmonberry
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ground
Water
Creek TP
Load
(kg/month)

Ungaged
Surface
TP Load
(kg/month)

GW TP
Load
(kg/month)

Septic
Tank Load
(kg/month)

Curley
Creek TP
Output
(kg/month)

Change in
Lake TP
(kg/month)

Net TP
Sedimentation or
Net TP Internal
Loading
(kg/month)

9
5
4
3
2
1
0.2
0.3
3
4
4
n/a
35

16
16
22
18
25
35
31
10
14
13
33
n/a
233

1
0.3
1
1
1
1
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
n/a
5.9

29
21
29
25
1
2
0.0
7
9
21
29
n/a
173

16
10
16
13
1
2
0.0
1
2
10
11
n/a
83

9
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
n/a
97

67
45
71
61
32
32
19
13
12
27
54
n/a
432

21
-14
3
2
-23
18
-17
-17
-8
2
19
n/a
-15

9
-28
-5
-6
-32
1
-39
-33
-34
-28
-13
n/a
-209

35

75

-24

-105

Annual Total
June-September
5
91
2
18
5
Total
*a (+) number reflects internal loading, a (-) number reflects net sedimentation

Note: More detailed information for both the water budget and phosphorus budget can be found in the excel spreadsheet retained by
Tetra Tech, Kitsap County, and WA DOE.

156

Table D-6. Volume Weighted Whole Lake Phosphorus Concentrations Used in Phosphorus Budget.
2006
2007
2008
2009
Date
TP
Date
TP
Date
TP
Date
TP
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
January
27
January
33
January
34
January
33
February
29
February
36
February
28
February
41
March
36
March
37
March
25
March
35
April
26
April
31
April
27
April
26
May
26
May
23
May
24
May
25
June
25
June
24
June
20
June
27
July
55
July
19
July
45
July
31
August
42
August
18
August
36
August
33
September
45
September
18
September
32
September
32
October
30
October
14
October
22
October
22
November
31
November
17
November
20
November
31
December
30
December
34
December
35
December
33

2010
Date
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

TP
(ug/L)
42
36
37
39
31
38
32
25
22
22
28
33

157

Table D- 7. Salmonberrry Creek Phosphorus Concentrations Used in Phosphorus Budget.
2006
2007
2008
2009
Date
TP
Date
TP
Date
TP
Date
TP
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
January
34
January
28
January
33
January
32
February
35
February
37
February
31
February
80
March
40
March
38
March
39
March
37
April
35
April
36
April
28
April
35
May
37
May
38
May
41
May
94
June
56
June
39
June
43
June
39
July
37
July
37
July
30
July
38
August
29
August
33
August
70
August
32
September
30
September
29
September
30
September
27
October
20
October
28
October
178
October
47
November
32
November
26
November
41
November
36
December
26
December
52
December
52
December
43

2010
Date

TP
(ug/L)
January
37
February
40
March
51
April
43
May
59
June
45
July
39
August
37
September
42
October
32
November
42
December
43

*For ungaged surface water inflows a phosphorus concentration of 37 ug/L was used, which is the median of the Salmonberry data.

158

Table D-8. Groundwater Creek Phosphorus Concentrations Used in Phosphorus Budget.
2006
2007
2008
2009
Date
TP
Date
TP
Date
TP
Date
TP
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
(ug/L)
January
January
January
29
January
19
February
February
February
23
February
43
March
March
March
23
March
26
April
April
April
24
April
30
May
May
21
May
30
May
29
June
June
28
June
31
June
33
July
July
30
July
26
July
41
August
27
August
August
36
August
28
September
50
September
September
31
September
29
October
23
October
October
27
October
26
November
9
November
November
29
November
18
December
December
20
December
27
December
24

2010
Date

TP
(ug/L)
January
39
February
24
March
22
April
30
May
48
June
35
July
33
August
28
September
31
October
25
November
24
December
24

*2006 and 2007 Groundwater Creek Phosphorus Concentrations were not used in the P budget because of the lack of flow data.
**For ungaged groundwater inflow a phosphorus concentration of 28 ug/L was applied, which is the median of the GW Creek
phosphorus data.

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Appendix E Alum Treatment Summary

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Table E-1. Summary of Long Lake Phosphorus Inactivation Activities, 2006-2010.
Aluminum
Dates of
Acres Treated
Chemicals Used
Year
Dose
Application
st th
August 1 -4 ,
2.5 mg/L as
2006
340
Aluminum Sulfate
2006
Al3+
Aluminum Sulfate
April 11th-14th,
17.5 mg/L as
2007
and Sodium
300
2007
Al3+
Aluminate

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Appendix F Herbicide Treatments Summary

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Table F-1. Summary of Long Lake Herbicide Applications, 2006-2010.
Dates of
Chemical
Amount of
Acres
Plants Targeted
Year
Application Applied
Chemical
Treated
Egeria densa,
2006
7/2/2006
Fluridone
180 lbs
25
Myriophyllum
spicatum
Egeria densa,
2006
8/2/2006
Fluridone
180 lbs
25
Myriophyllum
spicatum
Egeria densa,
2006
8/18/2006
Fluridone
81 lbs
25
Myriophyllum
spicatum
7/2/2007,
Egeria densa,
7/30/2007,
2007
Fluridone
420 lbs
25
Myriophyllum
8/8/2007,
spicatum
8/17/2007
2008
6/17/2008
Fluridone
98 lbs
45.5
Egeria densa
Diquat
2008
7/16/2008
45.5 gal
45.5
Egeria densa
dibromide
2008
8/11/2008
Fluridone
90 lbs
45.5
Egeria densa
Nymphaea
2008
8/11/2008
Glyphosate
0.75 gal
3
odorata
Potamogeton
spp., Egeria
Diquat
2009
6/23/2009
45 gal
36
densa,
dibromide
Utricularia
inflate, Najas
Egeria densa,
Najas,
2009
8/13/2009
Fluridone
90 lbs
35
Potamogenton
spp., Utricularia
spp.
Egeria densa,
Najas,
2009
9/1/2009
Fluridone
246 lbs
36
Potamogenton
spp., Utricularia
spp.
Egeria densa,
Diquat
2010
8/23/2010
21 lbs
10.5
Nymphaea
dibromide
odorata
Egeria densa,
2010
9/10/2010
Fluridone
26.7 lbs
10.3
Myriophyllum
spicatum

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ATTACHMENT B

Proposed Long Lake Integrated/
Adaptive Lake Management Plan
2014-2023

March 3, 2014

Prepared for:
Kitsap County and CILL

Tetra Tech, Inc.
1420 Fifth Ave, Suite
550
Seattle, WA 98101

1

Restoration History
Long Lake was studied by personnel from the University of Washington for 20
consecutive years from 1976 to 1995 to evaluate the effectiveness of several restoration
techniques (Welch, 1996). The lake water level was drawn down about 6 feet (1.8 m)
during the summer of 1979 to desiccate previously submersed rooted plants and to
consolidate the flocculent sediment. While lake sediment substantially dried in
laboratory experiments, they failed to consolidate over the 40% of lake sediments
exposed, because seepage water prevented sediment drying. Although exposed plants
desiccated and biomass was low the following year (1980), they began to recover by
1981 and were back to maximum biomass by 1984 (Jacoby et al., 1982). Also a small
area in the north end was dredged during the 1979 drawdown to widen and deepen the
outlet although this was too localized to affect internal phosphorus (P) loading throughout
the lake.
The lake was treated to inactivate sediment P with alum in the fall of 1980 with a dose of
5.5 mg/L Al and again at the same time and concentration in 1991. In the meantime,
rooted plants were mowed with a harvester during the summer of 1988, 1989 and 1990,
removing 10, 43 and 69% of the peak plant biomass per year, respectively.
The first alum treatment was highly effective for the first four years and maintained
modest water quality improvement on average for the next seven years, compared to
pretreatment TP (Figure 1). The high summer mean TPs of 69 and 78 µg/L, which
occurred in 1977 and 1978, did not recur during that eleven-year period, although TP and
chlorophyll (chl) were rather high (66 and 36 µg/L, respectively) in 1985, due mostly to a
rooted plant-die-off, and in 1990 (55 and 40 µg/L), prior to the second alum treatment
(Figure 2). These were the highest chl concentrations during the twenty-year period.
Note that transparency varied in inversely with chl, with the highest transparency
occurring with the lowest chl (Figure 2). Transparency also varied directly with
macrophyte biomass (Jacoby et al., 2001).
The second alum treatment was applied in late summer 1991 at 5.5 mg/L Al. The
following summer TP averaged only 20 µg/L, the lowest summer mean ever. The
summer mean for the four-year post treatment was slightly above 30 µg/L and chl
averaged less than 10 µg/L, similar to the four-year mean following the 1980 treatment
(Figure 1).

2

70

3.0

TP

ChL

Transparency

60

2.5

40
1.5
30
1.0
2007 alum (spring)

0.5

2010

2009

0.0

2008

2006

1992-1995

1985-1991

1976-1978

0

1981-1984

10

1991 alum (fall)

1980 alum (fall)

20

Years

Figure 1. Mean whole-lake summer (June-September) TP, chl and Secchi transparency for groups of
study years before and after three alum treatments in Long Lake, Kitsap. Pre 2006 data from Welch
(1996). Data for 2006 serves as a partial reference for post-alum years 2007-2010.

Monitoring of the lake by UW ceased after 1995, but was resumed in 2006 as part of a
long-term project by Kitsap County and CILL to improve the lake’s quality. As part of
the planned control measures, alum was again added to the lake at a low dose of 2.5 mg/L
Al during August 1-4, 2006 to achieve short term control of TP and minimize late
summer algal blooms. Alum was applied again during April 11-14, 2007 at a high dose
of 17.5 mg/L Al, based on sediment P concentration, for long-term control.
Sampling of Long Lake for the previous long-term project by Kitsap County and CILL
was continued through 2010. Historical data were compared with 2006-2010 data in the
annual report on Long Lake Water Quality, February 2010. For that report, 2010 data
were integrated with 2006-2009 data to show that summer TP gradually increased, but
was still below the 2006 pretreatment level, while chl remained well below pretreatment

3

Transparency (m)

2.0

2007

TP and ChL (µg/L)

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levels averaging less than 10 µg/L (Figure 1). Transparency averaged about 0.5 m greater
during the last four years of monitoring than the pretreatment depth of visibility in 2006.

Scope of Work - Long Lake Integrated/Adaptive Management Plan
The following scope of work describes the specific activities that will be perform in order
to enable the Kitsap County’s Long Lake Management District to meet the requirements
of the Long Lake Integrated/Adaptive Lake Management Plan. Building upon the recent
lake management efforts at the lake an integrated/adaptive lake management plan will be
prepared and implemented. Specifically, implementation of in-lake activities that will
lead to a balanced ecosystem that supports water contact recreation, sport fishery, salmon
migration, ecological sustainability and aesthetic appeal. To meet these goals the lake
management program will limit internal phosphorus loading to reduce excessive
phytoplankton production, will control excess population of rooted aquatic plants, and
eliminate, where possible, non-native plants such as Eurasian watermilfoil. The
integrated management program for Long Lake includes six basic elements. Specific
scope of work elements are outlined below:
Task 1 - Project Management
1.1 Project Management (PM) responsibilities shall include maintenance of
project records, progress reports, and submittal of required performance items.
1.2 Efforts shall include conducting, coordinating, and scheduling project
activities and assuring quality control.
Deliverables:
1. Effective administration and management of this project.
2. Maintenance of all project records.
3. Submittal of all required performance items, progress reports, invoices, and
maintenance of all project records.
Schedule of Activities:
a) PM activities will be carried out throughout the project from authorization to
proceed in 2014 through December 2023
Budget $80,000 (Tt $40,000 and Kitsap County $40,000)
Proposed Responsibility of Effort:
a) Kitsap County would provide approximately 50% of the PM coordination and
administration, through its signed PM and Department
b) Tetra Tech, Inc. (Tt) would provide the other 50% of the PM by leading
technical documentation, QA/QC, invoicing and progress reports
Task 2 – Planning and Permitting
2.1 Development of a QAPP for adaptive effectiveness evaluation.
2.2 Development of a 10-year an integrated/adaptive management plan for the
lake.
Deliverables:
1. Necessary permit(s) applications for in-lake activities.
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The Kitsap County PM will lead the permit process and maintain the permits
with Tt providing the necessary technical material and permit compliance
activities
2. A 10-year integrated/adaptive lake management plan including the QAPP.
Tt will draft plan and QAPP.
Schedule of Activities:
1. Permit activities will be carried out annually throughout the project from
authorization to proceed in 2014 through December 2023
2. The integrated/adaptive management plan within 90 days of formation of
LMD.
Budget $50,000 ($35,000 Tt and $15,000 Kitsap County)
Task 3 – In-lake Activities Design and Implementation
Tt will be responsible for all elements of Task 3
3.1 Design phosphorus management activities both maintenance treatments and
sediment inactivation treatments.
3.2 Implementation of phosphorus management in-lake activities.
3.3 Update the IAVMP (Integrated Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan) and
prepare treatment specifications for management control effort for EWM
(Eurasian Watermilfoil) and Brazilian elodea as well as, for management control
of specific boating lanes based.
3.4 Implement the annual aquatic plant management activities.
Deliverables:
1. Alum treatment design.
2. Update the IAVMP.
3. Implementation of in-lake phosphorus management activities.
4. Implementation of aquatic plant management activities.
Schedule of Activities:
1. Design elements will be initially conducted within the first 6 months of LMD
formation with on-going review and annual modifications to activities carried
out through December 2023.
2. The IAVMP updated within 180 days of formation of LMD with annual
updates based upon data results and lake requirements.
3. Implementation of phosphorus management activities as needed.
4. Implementation of aquatic plant control activities as needed.
Budget $460,000
Task 4 – Lake and Stream Monitoring
Tt will be responsible for the following elements of Task 4.
Conduct an on-going monitoring program to track phosphorus, phytoplankton
production and aquatic macrophytes (visual mapping conducted twice annually)
in the lake. This information shall be used to assess management progress relative
to the long-term integrated/adaptive management program and be used to adjust
the plan’s activities relative to the effectiveness of those activities.
Conduct water quality sampling of Long Lake at the previously established
midlake station. Monthly samples will be taken at 0.5 m depth for TP, SRP,
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chlorophyll and profiles for dissolved oxygen, conductivity, and pH will be
measured. A phytoplankton sample will also be collected. Between mid-May and
mid-October addition TP and SRP samples will be taken at 2.5 m depth. Lake and
Salmonberry Creek will be sampled monthly for TP and SRP. Water samples will
be sent to Aquatic Research, Inc. in Seattle, on the same day as collected for
filtering and analysis.
Tt will obtain stream gage data from Kitsap County Public Works Stormwater
Division or the Kitsap Public Utility District web accessible stream data for
continuous gages at Curley and Salmonberry Creek. Tetra Tech in coordination
with CILL will install and maintain a data logger to collect lake level data.
Deliverables:
1. Limnological data collection and data management
2. Aquatic plant data collection and data management
3. Inlet and outlet surface water flow and quality data.
Schedule of Activities:
1. Monitoring activities will be carried out throughout the project from
authorization to proceed in 2014 through December 2023
Budget $180,000
Task 5 – Reporting
Tt will produce all technical reports for review and approval by the Kitsap County
PM.
5.1 annual assessments of in-lake activities and monitoring data will be produced
in a technical memorandum format. This memorandum will also recommend
activities for the next year revising the adaptive plan as dictated by the data.
5.2 Final project completion report will record data, finding and activities over the
ten year LMD.
Deliverables:
1. Annual Summary Memos
2. Draft and final LMD ten year report
Schedule of Activities:
1. Annual technical memorandum will be produced every December starting in
2014 through 2023.
2. In December 2023 a draft and final project report will be produced.
Budget $96,000 ($80,000 Tt and $16,000 Kitsap County)
Task 6 – Public Education
Kitsap County PM will coordinate Task 6 with Tt technical and presentation
support.
6.1 One (1) public information meeting will be held each year. At these meetings,
the management activities will be discussed as will water quality and aquatic
plant data. A spokesperson from Tt will assist in the presentation. Public input
will be taken relative to the perception of in-lake activities effectiveness and
this information will be used in the updating of the annual adaptive plan.
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6.2 A Public Involvement and Education Plan (PIEP) for developing and
implementing the public education and outreach for the citizens of Long Lake
and its watershed will be produced by Kitsap County. The plan will specify
the goals and objectives of the outreach efforts to inform citizens about water
quality and aquatic plant data results, and educate residents about actions they
can take to reduce phosphorus entering the lake.
6.3 A High School Science Outreach Program will be developed to promote
watershed and lake environmental awareness and stewardship. Kitsap County
PM will coordinate with the local High School students and environmental
educators at the appropriate agencies involved in the STEM field-based
learning program to develop a field-based learning opportunity.
Deliverables:
1. At a minimum, one public informational meeting annually.
2. Completion and implementation of a Public Involvement and Education Plan.
3. High School Science Field-Based Learning Program
Budget $90,000 ($60,000 Kitsap County, $10,000 Tt)
Total Budget $956,000 - Tt $805,000; Kitsap County $131,000; Reserve
$38,000
Itemized Budget by Task
Tetra Tech
$40,000

Kitsap
County
$40,000

$80,000

$35,000

$15,000

$50,000

$460,000

$0

$460,000

$162,000

$0

Task 5 - Reporting
Task 6 – Public Education

$80,000
$10,000

$16,000
$60,000

Project Reserve
Total

$805,000

$131,000

$180,000 including
$18,000 to Project
Reserve
$96,000
$90,000 including
$20,000 to project
reserve
$38,000
$956,000

Task 1 – Project
Management
Task 2 – Planning and
Permitting
Task 3 – In-Lake
Activities
Task 4 – Lake and Stream
Monitoring

Total Cost from LMD

Kitsap County InKind

$50,000 (stream
gaging data)
$50,000 (Existing
STEM Program)
($100,000)

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Parcels that are abutting or within the 200 foot buffer
of the shoreline of Long Lake. These parcels have direct
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Parcels that have an undivided interest in a parcel
that is abutting or within the 200 foot buffer of the
shoreline of the lake. These parcels do not have
direct access to the lake, but have access rights
to the lake.

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This map was created from existing map sources,
not from field surveys.
While great care was taken in using the most
current map sources available, no warranties
of any sort, including accuracy, fitness, or
merchantability accompany this product.
The user of this map assumes responsibility for
determining its suitability for its intended use.

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County Park

50' Beach Access and Recreational
Open Space easement

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Kitsap County Department of
Community Development
614 Division Street, MS-36
Port Orchard, Washington 98366
VOICE (360) 337-5777 * FAX (360) 337-4925

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