Published Material

The KLSA Publications

Annual Reports

2020
Coming in May 2021. Will it be called “Our Covid-19 Summer?”
2019
Climate Change and Citizen Science in the Kawarthas download PDF
2018
Our Kawartha Lakes: Past, Present and Future  ——download PDF
2017
Healthy Lakes, Healthy Communities ——— download PDF
2016
Study the Past, Plan for the Future — download PDF
2015
Protecting the Natural Beauty Around Us — download PDF
2014
The Nature of Our Lakes — download PDF
2013
How can I help my lake? — download PDF
2012
Lake Water Quality Report “What’s Next?” — download PDF
2011
Algae: Too Much of a Good  Thing? — download PDF
2010
Weevils, Wastewater, Green Globs …and more work to do! — download PDF
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
A decade of stewardship — download PDF
The root of the matter — download PDF
Making a splash — download PDF
Looking deeper — download PDF
Weeding out the answers — download PDF
2004
2003
2002
2001
Changing as we flow — download PDF
Changing as we flow — download PDF
And then the rains came — download PDF
Don’t feed the geese — download PDF

 

Publications

Climate Change and the Kawarthas Report 2020
KLSA and Fleming College Dissolved O2 Report 2018
KLSA Paleolimnology Study, June 2018
Ecoli Report 2017 – Charts of Site vs Ecoli Results
2016 Lake Water E.coli Sampling Video
2006 Phosphorus and the Kawartha Lakes by Michael White
2009 Aquatic Plants Guide
2012 Algae Guide
Weevil Guide
8 panel KLSA Brochure

GIS Mapping for the Kawartha Watershed

Note: Rotate maps for proper orientation.
Base Map
Mean Annual Flow Map
Summertime Flow Map
Headwaters Map
Land Use Map
Surficial Geology Map

 

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