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Links to SUNY- ESF Limnology Practicum Poster

(Note, these files are all PDFs)

View Andrew Brainard’s August 2012 C-OFOKLA Presentation



Kettle Lake Study

Contact Andrew at abrainar@syr.edu

Researchers at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY ESF) are conducting research on some of the kettle lakes (Song Lake, Crooked Lake, Tully Lake, Little York Lake, and Gatehouse Pond) located in central New York.  Specifically, the study is investigating the impacts of boat traffic and development on the success of non-native species establishment.  The kettle lakes associated with the Cortland-Onondaga Federation of Kettle Lakes Association (and Gatehouse Pond) are an ideal system to examine these processes due to a gradient in boating access (public vs. private) and a range in the number of households surrounding each lake.  

Professor Schulz’s Limnology Practicum Class Projects over the years:

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Kettle Lake Management Framework

Cortland‐Onondaga Federation of Kettle Lake Associations Best Management Plan Framework (pdf)
Adriana Beltrani
May 2011