Fairmont Lakes Study; Relationships Between Stratification, Phosphorus Recycling, and Dredging

Heinz Stefan, Mark J. Hanson

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Abstract

The City of Fairmont in Southern Minnesota has used several different strategies to reduce algae blooms in its five lakes (Amber, Hall, Budd, Sisseton, and George Lakes). Among these are treatment with copper sulfate and diversion and treatment of municipal sewage effluent. Since 1965, the city has been pursuing a dredging program.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Dec 1979

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