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NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Cayuga Lake Technical Advisory Committee (CL TAC) Meeting

- Held: October 22, 2015 - Ithaca, NY -

PRESENTATIONS AND RELATED PUBLICATIONS:

  • Session A: Introduction and objectives of CL TAC meeting (Upstate Freshwater Insititute (UFI))
  • Session B: Insights into Cayuga Lake and Watershed: Implications for modeling and management (UFI)
  • Session C: Minerogenic particles and sediment: Analysis and modeling framework (UFI)
  • Session D: Phosphorus bioavailability and loads (UFI)
  • Session E: Minerogenic particulate phosphorus model: Development, testing an application (UFI)
  • Session F: Science and policy challenges: Phosphorus managment on the Cayuga Lake "shelf" (UFI)
  • Sesson G: Management Implications (Discussion) (UFI)

      NOTE: Sessions A through G were updated on October 22, 2105 

Supporting Documentation:

  • Summary of 2013 IL Water Quality Data and Loading Estimates from the Cayuga Inlet Channel to Cayuga Lake (Anthony Prestigiacomo, UFI)
  • Individual Constituent Model Analysis (UFI)
  • Summary of the following 11 Upstate Freshwater Institute's publications related to the Cayuga Lake Modeling Project
    • No. 1: Tripton, trophic state metrics, and near-shore versus pelagic zone responses to external loads in Cayuga Lake, New York USA (Steven Effler, et al, 2010)
    • No. 2: Inland Waters - Journal of International Society of Limnology article (Steven Effler, et al, 2014)
    • No. 3: Long-term study of minerogenic particle optics in Cayuga Lake, New York (Steven Effler, Feng Peng, 2014)
    • No. 4: Testing and application of a two-dimensional hydrothermal/transport model for a long, deep, and narrow lake with moderate Burger number (Rakesh Gelda, et al, 2015)
    • No. 5: Apportionment of bioavailable phosphorus - Loads entering Cayuga Lake, New York (Anthony Prestigiacomo, et al, 2015)
    • No. 6: Quantifications and water quality implications of minerogenic particles in Cayuga Lake, New York, and its tributaries (Feng Peng, Steven Effler, 2015)
    • No. 7: Simulation of minerogenic particle poulations in time and space in Cayuga Lake, New York, in response to runoff events (Rakesh Gelda, et al, 2015)
    • No. 8: Simulation of the contribution of minerogenic particles to particulate phosphorus concentration in Cayuga Lake, New York (Rakesh Gelda, et al, 2015)
    • No. 9: Linking CDOM patterns in Cayuga Lake, New York, USA, to terrigenous inputs (Adam Effler, et al, 2015)
    • No. 10: Light absorption by phytoplankton and minerogenic particles in Cayuga Lake, New York (Adam Effler, et al, 2015)
    • No. 11: Advancing two-component partitioning of light scattering in Cayuga Lake, New York (Feng Peng, Steven Effler, 2015)

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NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Cayuga Lake Technical Advisory Committee (CL TAC) Meeting

- Held: November 5, 2014 - Ithaca, NY -

PRESENTATIONS:

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NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Cayuga Lake Technical Advisory Committee (CL TAC) Meeting
- Held: May 19, 2014 - Albany, NY -

PRESENTATIONS:

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NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Cayuga Lake Technical Advisory Committee (CL TAC) Meeting
- Held: January 15, 2014 - Ithaca, NY -

PRESENTATIONS: