A two-part study to determine a lake's current condition and to develop possible methods for lake restoration and protection.
(a) The diagnostic portion of the study includes gathering information and data to determine the limnological, morphological, demographic, socio-economic, and other pertinent characteristics of the lake and its watershed. This information will provide recipients an understanding of the quality of the lake, specifying the location and loading characteristics of significant sources polluting the lake.
(b) The feasibility portion of the study includes:
(1) Analyzing the diagnostic information to define methods and procedures for controlling the sources of pollution;
(2) Determining the most energy and cost efficient procedures to improve the quality of the lake for maximum public benefit;
(3) Developing a technical plan and milestone schedule for implementing pollution control measures and in-lake restoration procedures; and
(4) If necessary, conducting pilot scale evaluations.
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