Lake Mead Limnological Research Center: Technical Report Series
Department of Biological Sciences: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Limnological monitoring was conducted in Las Vegas Bay and Boulder Basin from April to December of 1987. The purpose of the monitoring was to (i) document possible changes in water quality resulting from decreased phosphorus loading in Las Vegas Wash, and (ii) establish a data base for evaluating the adequacy of water quality standards.
Water quality; Lake Mead (Ariz. and Nev.); Las Vegas Wash (Nev.); Phosphorus; Effluent quality; Limnology; Water analysis; Environmental monitoring
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Paulson, L. J.
Limnological monitoring data for Lake Mead during 1987: Technical report no. 20.
Lake Mead Limnological Research Center: Technical Report Series, 20
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/water_pubs/61
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