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Class A Drinking, cooking, contact recreation (swimming), fishing, fish propagation and survival
Class B Primary and secondary contact recreation, fishing, fish propagation and survival (aquatic life).
Class C Fishing, fish propagation and survival (aquatic life). Can be suitable for contact recreation,
but may be limited.
Class D Fishing. Cannot support fish propagation due to natural conditions such as streambed and
flow. Suitable for fish survival. Contact recreation may be limited.
|Total Phosphorus (μg/l)||<10||10-20||>20|
|Chlorophyll a (μg/l)||<4||4-10||>10|
|Secchi Disk Depth (m)||>4||2-4||<2|
© Community Science Institute 2006
Last week, Biomonitoring Coordinator Adrianna Hirtler traveled around Cayuga Lake to collect
The Cayuga Lake Harmful Algal Bloom (HABs) Monitoring Program had a busy