STUDIES

 

A number of studies of Roseland Lake have been done by researchers, citizen scientists, and federal, state, regional and local environmental organizations. The results of these studies will be featured on this page.

  • Aquatic vegetation survey, 2012, CT Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Connecticut Biotic Survey and Inventory, http://fmp.conncoll.edu/Silicasecchidisk/Connecticut_Lakes_Frameset_New.html
  • Deevy study of Connecticut Lakes in the 1930s?
  • Historical Changes in Connecticut Lakes Over a 55-Year Period, Siver Peter A. et al, The Journal of Environmental Quality, Vol.25, No.2, March-April 1996. http://fmp.conncoll.edu/Silicasecchidisk/PDF_Publications/1996-Siver-et_al.pdf
  • Muddy Brook and Little River Water Quality Improvement Plan, Eastern Connecticut Conservation District, Inc., 2009
  • Multi-Temporary Assessment of Connecticut Lake Water Clarity Using Landsat Satellite Imagery, Report as of FY2010 for 2010CT208B, Progress Report, May 2011, Civco Daniel et al, UCONN Dept. of Natural Resources and the Environment
  • Suspended-Sediment Characteristics of Muddy Brook at Woodstock, Connecticut, with a section on The Water Quality of Roseland Lake and Its Major Tributaries, Muddy Brook and Mill Brook, Kenneth P. Culp, US Geological Survey, 1991
  • The Causes of Algae Growth in Roseland Lake, Woodstock, CT. Connecticut. Department of Environmental Protection. Hartford, CT: 1978. Print.
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