Safe for Recreational use : 193.8' | What is this?
This is the current water level of Lake Lillinonah. Our safety indicator should be used as a guideline only; higher lake elevations cause more floating debris. Always use caution and watch out for floating debris when navigating Lake Lillinonah.
Safest: below 194'
Debris presence unlikely - safe for recreational use.
Caution: 194' to 195'
Debris possibly present - caution advised.
Use Extreme Caution: above 195'
Debris likely present - dangerous.
Invasive Aquatic Plants in Lakes Candlewood, Lillinonah, and Zoar Monitoring Report 2007
Author: Gregory J. Bugbee, et al.
Keywords: invasive species, aquatic plants, Lake Lillinonah, Candlewood Lake, Lake Zoar, hydroelectric generation, mapping plant-life, management techniques
|May 12, 2010||The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven|
Invasion potential of the Zebra Mussel Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) in Connecticut: Predictions fr
Author: Thomas E. Murray, et al.
Keywords: Zebra Mussel, Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas), biofouling threat, predicting spread of Dreissena,
|May 12, 2010||Connecticut Institute of Water Resources Special Reports|
Eurasian watermilfoil on Candlewood Lake: Management Considerations and Possible Alternatives to th
Author: Melinda Tarsi
Keywords: invasive aquatic plants, Candlewood Lake, Lake Lillinonah, Lake Zoar, Housatonic River Project
Comments: Mostly about Candlewood Lake, very little info on Lillinonah
|May 12, 2010||Candlewood Lake Authority|
Experimental measurements of zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) impacts on phytoplankton community
Author: David T. E. Bastviken
Keywords: zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha, phytoplankton, invasive speices
|May 12, 2010||Freshwater Biology|
Zebra Mussel Awareness and Boat Use Patterns Among Boaters Using Three “High Risk” Connecticut Lakes
Author: Nancy Balcom and Eileen Rohmer
Keywords: Housatonic River, zebra mussels, fishermen awareness, transient boat usage patterns
Comments: A survey was conducted to assess the level of awareness of zebra mussels by users of these lakes, and to examine transient boat usage patterns.
|May 12, 2010||Proceedings of the Fourth International Zebra Mussel Conference|
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