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Anonymous. 2006. Refined Phosphorus TMDL and Restoration Plans for Lake Hopatcong and Lake Musconetcong, Upper Musconetcong River Watershed, Morris and Sussex Counties, New Jersey. Prepared by Princeton Hydro, LLC, Ringoes, NJ Prepared for The NJ Department of Environmental Protection and NJ EcoComplex, Rutgers University. www.lakehopatcong.org/Pubs/MusconetcongTMDL/MusconetRestorPlanjun06.pdf (accessed 9 June 2008).
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 17889
Type: Report
Author: Anonymous
Date (year): 2006
Report TitleRefined Phosphorus TMDL and Restoration Plans for Lake Hopatcong and Lake Musconetcong, Upper Musconetcong River Watershed, Morris and Sussex Counties, New Jersey.
Publisher:Prepared by Princeton Hydro, LLC, Ringoes, NJ Prepared for The NJ Department of Environmental Protection and NJ EcoComplex, Rutgers University.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 174 pp
URL: www.lakehopatcong.org/Pubs/MusconetcongTMDL/MusconetRestorPlanjun06.pdf (accessed 9 June 2008)
Keywords: plants, New Jersey, Lake Hopatcong, Eurasian watermilfoil, Myriophyllum spicatum, curlyleaf pondweed, Potamogeton crispus
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Myriophyllum spicatum

    NJ - Lake Musconetcong

Potamogeton crispus

    NJ - Lake Hopatcong
    NJ - Lake Musconetcong


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