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Nevada Division of Environmental Protection: Lake Tahoe conceptual diagrams
Degradation of nearshore quality is a primary concern of Lake Tahoe’s residents and stakeholders. Issues impacting the nearshore environment include visible algal growth as well as the establishment and threat of aquatic invasive species. 

This project seeks to improve the effectiveness of communicating the results and findings of the Evaluation of Nearshore Ecology and Aesthetics Project to informed stakeholders, the general public, and the science community.

IAN's role is to create a series of conceptual diagrams for Lake Tahoe's nearshore environment, as tools for outreach and communication. Diagrams will be created to define the nearshore of Lake Tahoe, detailing beneficial uses for the lake and key natural processes that control nearshore aesthetics; depict major sources of pollutants and their associated effects, with list of management actions to control pollutant sources; and contrast developed versus undeveloped areas.  

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Start: 1st March, 2013
Finish: 31st December, 2014
Duration: 1 year(s), 10 month(s), 5 day(s)

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Tracey Saxby Photo Tracey Saxby (IAN Alumni)
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Tracey Saxby Integration and Application Network Tracey Saxby Project Manager Tracey Saxby Photo Visual Science
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Heath Kelsey PhotoDr Heath Kelsey
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Heath Kelsey Integration and Application Network Dr Heath Kelsey Program Director Heath Kelsey Photo cell(443) 496-0188 workfax(410) 228-3843 work(410) 221-2045 University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
PO Box 775
/ 2020 Horns Point Rd
Cambridge MD 21613 USA