CSLAP Report Search
All known digital CSLAP reports are now on line.
To access the reports, enter the name of the lake in the field after Lake Name, and in the drop down menu box next to type, click on "CSLAP Reports". You can also see the reports in any county by selecting the county from that drop down box. Note that lakes that span multiple counties will only be listed under one county: use the lake name in that case. If you want to limit your search to a certain year, enter the year in the file name field. Click on search to get the reports. Once the search returns reports, click on the report name to view the report. Click on the link below to start your search for reports.
Selected statewide and regional CSLAP reports can be accessed by clicking the year. No statewide or regional reports were prepared for sampling years 2011 through 2016.
Starting with reports for 2016, individual lake reports are more graphical, and much of the analysis is imbedded in regional reports. The lake reports are still available by the report search, and the regional reports are below.
Regional and statewide reports have been prepared at several times in the program's history.
The most recent CSLAP reports are also available on the NYSDEC website Water Reports by County .
Some early statewide reports have been found and posted. For some years, we extracted short reports on the lakes that participated each year and those lake reports can be found by using the search reports feature shown above. (A work in progress as we get more reports.) The complete report posted below includes the individual lake reports. Because of size constraints, some of them are in sections.
If you have electronic copies of any CSLAP reports that are not on this site, please email them to Nancy Mueller and indicate that the report should be added to the website. Thank you!
Lake News JUL 26th
Columbia-Greene Lakes Coalition Meeting
Hudson Valley area lake associations don't miss the annual Columbia-Greene Lakes Association Meeting. Special thanks to NYSFOLA Board member Terri Mayhew, Cornell Cooperative Extension in Columbia & Greene Counties, for organizing this once again.
"Surveys, Drones, and Action Thresholds" - Brad Bowers, SOLitude Lake Management
"Moving Beyond Invasive Species Week" - Kristopher Williams, CAP-MO PRISM
Lake Roundtable updates
Light breakfast fare and lunch will be provided
Where: Sleepy Hollow Lake Lodge 102 Lisa Lane, Athens, NY
When: Friday August 24th
Time: 9:30AM to 2:00PM
RSVP: Theresa Mayhew email@example.com by August 21Read More Read ALL