Student bursaries/scholarships?

It is important that Chandos maintains and supports the research activity and interest in our lake that we are currently fortunate to be the beneficiary of.  After a while such activity can be somewhat self-perpetuating in that there becomes a base level of historical data and analysis that could attract and support further research by other scientists.  Having scientists interested in our lake can alert us to potential problems before they become actualities.  Also, if a serious problem ever did occur here, then there would be a cadre of informed scientists that we could hopefully call on for help. 

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Now is the time for all good folk…

Now is the time for all good folk to come to the aid of the party…”

It is with some reticence that I write this post.  There are lots of people who are quick to offer their opinion about what needs to be done or what direction should be taken, but who, for their own reasons, are unable to roll up their sleeves and pitch themselves in.  Methinks I am one of those.

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Lake Capacity Study Update?

Feb 20, 2021

Lake Capacity Studies attempt to estimate how much “human load” a lake can be saddled with before its trophic status declines. The CLPOA had a lake capacity study done in 2008/09. See the 2009 MIchalski Report. A questionnaire was sent out (2004) to which about 400 cottagers replied. On page 87 is a table summarizing the responses to how much a cottage is used, in terms of “person-nights” per year.

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