DISTRICT OF LAKELAND NO. 521

Serving Emma, Christopher, Anglin & Mcphee Lakes, Elk Ridge Resort & Boreal Forest Region

Yearly Water Quality Summary

The Water Quality monitoring program is carried out during the open water season following the same monitoring and sampling plan used since its implementation in 2011. The prime program objective of this monitoring program remained unchanged which is to ensure compliance with Saskatchewan Surface Water Quality Objectives for Recreation and Aesthetics and for the protection of Aquatic Life. The secondary program objective is to gather baseline physical and chemical parameter data that can be used for comparisons over time to determine trends and to monitor any parameter changes. In addition to the funding provided by the District, generous monetary support was received from the Anglin Lake Cottage Owners Association and the Emma & Christopher Lakes Association.

2017 Water Quality Program Summary

In 2017, sampling trips were made to Anglin, Christopher, Emma and McPhee lakes to collect physical parameter data at sites located centrally on each of the lakes. At each of these sites a depth profile method was used to collect data on the following parameters in...

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2016 Water Quality Program Summary

The 2016 Water Quality monitoring program was carried out during the open water season following the same monitoring and sampling plan used during the last four summers. The prime program objective of this monitoring program remained unchanged which is to ensure...

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2015 Water Quality Program Summary

In 2015, sampling trips were made to Anglin, Christopher, Emma and McPhee lakes to collect physical parameter data. The sampling locations remained the same as those established in 2005 by the Saskatchewan Water Security Authority (WSA) to maintain data continuity. At...

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2014 Water Quality Program Summary

In 2014, sampling trips were made to Anglin, Christopher, Emma and McPhee lakes to collect physical parameter data. The sampling locations remained the same as those established in 2005 by the Saskatchewan Water Security Authority (WSA) to maintain data continuity. At...

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