Skip to main content
Book
Limnological Analyses of Cutler Reservoir and Dingle Marsh with Respect to Eutrophication
(2009)
  • J. D. Abbott
  • Deb Collins
  • Colin Cook
  • Dan Lamarra
  • Ryan Leonard
  • Ben Marret
  • Justin Stout
  • Gil Rowley
  • Jeremy Rowley
  • Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Utah State University
Abstract

Cutler Reservoir is located in Cache county, Utah and was created for the purposes of irrigation, water storage and flood control. High nutrient loading to Cutler has raised concerns about the health of this system and has resulted in it being listed on the state's 303(d) list of impaired waters. The TMDL plan being drafted for Cutler lists dissolved oxygen and phosphorous as the key issues of concern. The underlying problem created by nutrient loading is eutrophication. If Cutler is to remain as a valuable source of recreation, wildlife habitat, and water for the Cache Valley we must understand the underlying processes that control the system.

Keywords
  • project,
  • limnological,
  • analyses,
  • reservoirs
Disciplines
Publication Date
2009
Editor
Jeremy Mears and Wayne Wurtsbaugh
Publisher
Aquatic Ecology Practicum (WATS 4510) Class Report Watershed Sciences Department College of Natural Resources
Publisher Statement

This work made publicly available electronically on July 16, 2012.

Citation Information
J. D. Abbott, Deb Collins, Colin Cook, Dan Lamarra, et al.. Limnological Analyses of Cutler Reservoir and Dingle Marsh with Respect to Eutrophication. Logan, UT(2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/wayne_wurtsbaugh/115/