CLMP Documents

This page includes all of the documentation and forms that volunteers in the Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program (CLMP) need to complete their sampling, including sampling procedures, sample turn-in schedules and locations, good sampling reminders, and data forms.

Note: CLMP enrollment for the 2018 monitoring season is now open. Updated program documents for the 2018 season will be provided soon.

Program Documents

Monitoring Parameters and Information

Please click on the monitoring parameters below to expand detailed information about each:

Secchi Disk Transparency

Total Phosphorus

Chlorophyll-a

Dissolved Oxygen and Temperature

Aquatic Plant Identification and Mapping

Exotic Aquatic Plant Watch

Score the Shore (Lakeshore Habitat Assessment)

A MiCorps volunteer receives one-on-one assistance from an aquatic plant expert during a recent field visit to Bruin Lake (Washtenaw County).

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