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5838 State Hwy 80
Cooperstown, NY 13326
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THAYER FARM COMPLEX
Lakeside Farm &
Upland Interpretive Center

7027 State Hwy 80
Springfield, NY
(physical address)

Thayer Boathouse
7016 State Hwy 80
Springfield, NY

Rum Hill
Thurston Hill Rd.
Springfield, NY

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Goodyear Swamp Sanctuary
7290 State Hwy 80
Springfield, NY

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Greenwoods Conservancy
824 Zachow Rd.
Hartwick, NY 13348

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Upper Research Site
Averill Rd.
Cooperstown, NY

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2003: 36th Annual Report

 

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36th Annual Report CONTENTS

Section/Report Title

Author(s)

page

Introduction

W.N. Harman

1

 

 

ONGOING STUDIES:

 

 

 

OTSEGO LAKE WATERSHED MONITORING:

 

2003 Otsego Lake water levels

W.N. Harman & K.S. Ernst
4

Otsego lake limnological monitoring, 2003

M.F. Albright
6
Chlorophyll a concentrations in Otsego Lake, summer 2003
R. Schmidt
16
Water quality monitoring of five major tributaries in the Otsego Lake watershed, summer 2003
H. Meehan
22
   

SUSQUEHANNA RIVER MONITORING:

 

Monitoring the water quality and fecal coliform bacteria in the upper Susquehanna River, summer 2003

M. Polus
32
   

ARTHROPOD MONITORING:

 

Mosquito Studies

W.L. Butts
41

 

   
VERTEBRATE MONITORING:
   
Bird list - Greenwoods Conservancy as of 1/1/04
E. Peterson
51
   
  REPORTS:  

Phosphorus migration from a near-lake septic system in the Otsego Lake watershed, summer 2003

H.A. Meehan
55

Changes in water quality in an urban stream following the use of organically derived deicing products

M.F. Albright
62

A preliminary report on the evaluation of changes in water quality in a stream following the implementation of agricultural best management practices

M.F. Albright
74

Pre-construction water quality monitoring of the Upper Susquehanna River Watershed - Cooperstown Area Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study and Integrated Environmental assessment

S.S. Fickbohm
87

Monitoring the effects of Galerucella spp. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) as a biocontrol agent of purple loosetrife (Lythrum salicaria) in Goodyear Swamp Sanctuary, summer 2003

C. MacNamara
101

Continued monitoring of Moe Pond after the unauthorized stocking of smallmouth and largemouth bass

R.J. Hamway
110

An update on lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) spawning activities in Otsego Lake

W.T. Tibbits
121

Diet of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) following alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) introduction in Otsego Lake, NY

J. High
131

Summary of littoral fish traop net catch at Rat Cove and Brookwood Point, Otsego Lake, summer 2003

R.E. Burns
138

A survey of Otsego Lake's zooplankton, summer 2003

R.E. Burns
143
Acoustic measures of the relationship between winter severity and overwinter mortality of alewives
D.M. Warner and M.D. Cornwell
151

A fisheries survey of Cripple Creek, summer 2003

R. Schmidt
160
Do long-term macrophyte management efforts in inland lakes effect system-wide biotic richness and diversity?
W.N. Harman, L. Hingula, and C. MacNamara
165
Management of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) at Greenwoods Conservancy, Burlington, NY
H. Burgess
178
A species-area curve analysis of floras in 62 New York State counties
D.W. Vogler
191
Notes on invertebrate drift: A pilot study
M.S. Gray
194
Analysis of Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera (EPT) richness and diversity of Guilford Creek, Guilford, NY
P. Hazelton
200
   

TECHNICAL REPORTS:

 
     

Technical Report #19: Aquatic macrophyte management plan facilitation: Moraine Lake, Madison County, NY 2003

W.N. Harman, M.F. Albright, and R.E. Burns
208
Technical Report #20: Continued monitoring of vegetative succession along the Volney-Marcy South right-of-way, summer 2003
J.K. Titus
231

Technical Report #21: Establishing a connection: A survey of Eurasian water-milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum), its insect herbivores and fish in eight Madison County Lakes

P.H. Lord
244