Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 1 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'54", Longitude 82°35'25"

Period of record: 22 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 22 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

18

28

56

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

100

170

470

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

2.0

5.6

19.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 2 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'58", Longitude 82°35'16"

Period of record: 20 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 20 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

13

28

69

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

100

230

630

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

9.2

27.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

4.0

4.0

4.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 3 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'54", Longitude 82°35'13"

Period of record: 16 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 16 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

18

31

59

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

150

230

380

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

5.0

9.5

21.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

6.0

6.0

6.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 4 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'52", Longitude 82°35'14"

Period of record: 18 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 18 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

27

35

51

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

150

210

270

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

8.7

16.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

6.0

6.0

6.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 5 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'51", Longitude 82°35'28"

Period of record: 26 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 26 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

13

26

65

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

70

200

390

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

6.2

12.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

5.0

6.2

7.6

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 6 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'34", Longitude 82°35'24"

Period of record: 13 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to August 12, 1997

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 13 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

26

43

70

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

110

240

460

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

7.2

20.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

2.0

2.0

2.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 7 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'49", Longitude 82°35'28"

Period of record: 26 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 26 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

17

31

60

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

90

190

350

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

2.0

5.5

12.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

4.5

6.1

7.1

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 8 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'46", Longitude 82°35'35"

Period of record: 19 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 19 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

13

23

34

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

90

180

350

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

4.1

9.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

3.0

3.0

3.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 10 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'52", Longitude 82°35'30"

Period of record: 1 sampling date; September 27, 1996

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 1 month sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

.

.

.

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

.

.

.

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

5.0

5.0

5.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 11 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'54", Longitude 82°35'32"

Period of record: 18 sampling dates; October 7, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 18 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

20

30

58

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

100

200

330

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

6.8

29.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

5.8

5.8

5.8

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 12 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'54", Longitude 82°35'34"

Period of record: 19 sampling dates; September 27, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 19 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

17

28

57

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

100

190

360

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

2.0

10.8

34.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 13 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'53", Longitude 82°35'39"

Period of record: 7 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to January 9, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 7 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

18

24

28

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

90

180

340

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

3.0

7.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

5.0

5.0

5.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 14 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'53", Longitude 82°35'42"

Period of record: 40 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to August 12, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 40 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

18

31

85

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

120

230

1070

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

0.0

4.9

23.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

10.0

17.5

28.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 15 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'49", Longitude 82°35'47"

Period of record: 27 sampling dates; January 28, 1997 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 27 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

16

24

37

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

40

190

390

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

7.6

18.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

3.5

4.9

5.5

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 16 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'49", Longitude 82°35'29"

Period of record: 14 sampling dates; January 14, 1997 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 14 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

20

27

32

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

120

200

430

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

6.2

11.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 17 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'47", Longitude 82°35'57"

Period of record: 19 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to August 12, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 19 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

16

25

33

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

120

200

300

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

5.6

11.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

4.5

7.5

11.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 18 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'38", Longitude 82°35'44"

Period of record: 30 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 30 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

15

36

105

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

60

300

980

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

27.7

227.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

3.0

3.9

5.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 19 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'35", Longitude 82°35'53"

Period of record: 16 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to August 12, 1997

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 16 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

12

22

41

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

90

200

370

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

8.2

31.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

1.0

1.0

1.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 20 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'58", Longitude 82°35'36"

Period of record: 14 sampling dates; November 22, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 14 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

21

28

37

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

120

250

610

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

2.0

8.6

18.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 21 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'51", Longitude 82°35'50"

Period of record: 33 sampling dates; October 7, 1996 to August 12, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 33 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

17

25

33

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

90

220

540

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

7.6

43.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

6.0

8.6

10.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 22 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'32", Longitude 82°35'24"

Period of record: 1 sampling date; September 27, 1996

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 1 month sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

60

60

60

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

620

620

620

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

11.0

11.0

11.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 23 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'32", Longitude 82°35'24"

Period of record: 1 sampling date; September 27, 1996

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 1 month sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

25

25

25

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

350

350

350

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

3.0

3.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 24 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'39", Longitude 82°35'59"

Period of record: 3 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to February 4, 1997

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 3 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

19

24

29

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

100

310

420

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

8.0

12.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

3.0

3.0

3.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 25 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'39", Longitude 82°36'1"

Period of record: 2 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to February 4, 1997

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 2 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

33

33

33

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

290

290

290

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

3.0

3.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

6.0

6.0

6.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 26 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'29", Longitude 82°36'2"

Period of record: 2 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to February 4, 1997

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 2 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

23

33

43

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

180

200

210

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

4.0

8.5

13.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

3.0

3.0

3.0

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 27 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'39", Longitude 82°36'8"

Period of record: 2 sampling dates; August 20, 1996 to February 4, 1997

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 2 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

18

24

29

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

190

270

350

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

7.0

8.0

9.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

5.5

5.5

5.5

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 29 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°53'18", Longitude 82°36'19"

Period of record: 1 sampling date; October 9, 1996

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 1 month sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

46

46

46

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

260

260

260

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

.

.

.

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 30 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'50", Longitude 82°35'41"

Period of record: 4 sampling dates; October 9, 1996 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

 

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 4 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

27

29

32

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

100

200

310

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

1.0

1.3

2.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 31 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°52'61", Longitude 82°35'54"

Period of record: 3 sampling dates; December 21, 1997 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 3 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

27

30

32

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

130

170

240

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

3.0

8.0

16.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 32 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°53'17", Longitude 82°35'54"

Period of record: 2 sampling dates; March 14, 1998 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 2 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

27

29

31

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

140

230

310

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

7.0

7.5

8.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 33 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°53'10", Longitude 82°35'54"

Period of record: 3 sampling dates; December 21, 1997 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 3 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

28

28

29

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

140

190

220

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

6.0

6.5

7.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

 

Crystal River-Kings Bay Canal 34 (Citrus County)

Florida LAKEWATCH Water Chemistry Summary

Location: Latitude 28°53'37", Longitude 82°36'14"

Period of record: 3 sampling dates; December 21, 1997 to May 28, 1998

Surface area : No data available.

Lake Region (Griffith et al. 1997): Big Bend Karst

Geologic formation (Brooks 1981):

The geology is dominated by limestone consisting of skeletons of fossils in a silt to sand size matrix of the Ocala Limestone Formation.

Physiographic region (Brooks 1981):

The water body lies in the Chassahowitzka Coastal Strip subdivision of the Big Bend Karst division of the Ocala Uplift District.

Long-term Florida LAKEWATCH Data

Numbers reported below are the minimum, average, and maximum value for the 3 months sampled:

 

Minimum

Average

Maximum

Long-term total phosphorus concentrations (g/L)

26

31

40

Long-term total nitrogen concentrations (g/L)

210

290

350

Long-term total chlorophyll concentrations (g/L)

10.0

12.0

14.0

Long-term Secchi depth (ft)

.

.

.

Florida LAKEWATCH data were not collected in 1999.

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