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 2019 monitoring season is now closed.

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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