We frequently receive request for data that is used in various projects throughout the state of Indiana as well as data that is used for regional projects. We are working on efforts to pull this information into one place to showcase the hard work of our program staff, apprentices, and citizen scientist. If you have seen or have been a part of any reports that have used Indiana Clean Lakes Program data or data from the Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program please share those reports with us so we can link them to our website and highlight the amazing work of our affiliates.
Click on the links below to see reports using Indiana Clean Lakes Program Data and Volunteer Monitoring Data.
Juracek, KE. 2014 Occurrence and Trends of Selected Nutrients, Other Chemical Constituents, Diatoms, and Cyanobacteria in Bottom Sediment, Lake Maxinkuckee, Northern Indiana. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2014-5199.
Lottig, N.R., Wagener, T., Henry, E.N.,, Cheruvelil, K.S., Webster, K.E., Downing, J.A., and Stow, C.A. 2014. Long-Term Citizen-Collected Data Reveal Geographical Patterns and Temporal Trends in Lake Water Clarity. PLoS ONE. 9(4): e95769.
IDEM's blue-green algae page provides results for algal samplings between May 12th and August 29th along with interpretations in accordance with World Health Organization (WHO) guideline levels.
Check out the DNR website for information on Indiana activities, programs and projects.
Volunteer Monitoring Data is Available Online
Since 1989, volunteer monitors have collected over 12,000 measurements from lakes all across the state of Indiana. You can now access all of that data online from the CLP website. You can search for a specific lake or view yearly summary reports. Just click on "Volunteer Data" under the "Volunteer Monitoring" section along the left margin. Or click here.
The Indiana Clean Lakes Program is now on Facebook!
The Indiana Clean Lakes Program Facebook page provides citizens and volunteers with a place to interact, share ideas and pictures with the Program. To find us, just search for the Indiana Clean Lakes Program on Facebook, or use the link below.