Definition of Point Intercept Survey

Definition of Point Intercept Survey

To help determine and track lake conditions, aquatic plants assessments are made at collection points on a pre-established map grid. Returning to these points over numerous years can provide valuable data on how well conservation practices are working to improve water quality and lake habitat.

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