Resources

For peer-reviewed, scientific publications on research conducted in the Lake Champlain basin region, search our Zotero Library.

Lake Champlain Videos is a series of recently-released videos to help people understand the lake and its processes and the actions people can take to protect and improve water quality and keep themselves and their pets safe. Visit our YouTube Channel to see the full playlist.

For Lake Champlain Sea Grant publications that include scientific journal articles, reports, brochures, fact sheets, videos, public service announcements, and other materials about our research, outreach, and education related to the Lake Champlain basin, search below.

Microplastic Pollution: A Survey of Wastewater Effluent in the Lake Champlain Basin

Published 2018
This poster displays research by Danielle Garneau and her students at SUNY Plattsburgh to survey for microplastics from wastewater treatment facility post-treatment effluent from the city of Plattsburgh, NY and beginning in fall 2016 from St Albans, VT, Ticonderoga, NY, and Burlington, VT. This research was funded by Lake Champlain Sea Grant.

Pumpout Nav App Brochure

Published 2018
Learn about an app available to help boaters find pumpout stations on Lake Champlain or Lake George

Soil Media CO2 and N2O Fluxes Dynamics from Sand-Based Roadside Bioretention Systems

Published 2018
This scientific journal article by Stephanie Hurley and others examines the greenhouse gas emission potential of bioretention systems. The researchers monitored eight roadside bioretention systems during two growing seasons to measure CO2-C and N2O-N fluxes. The study found that while there were season shifts in CO2 fluxes, bioretention systems are an overall net Carbon sink and not a significant source of N2O. The researchers give recommendations on how to further sequester carbon and nutrients in bioretention systems.

Waste Containment and Disposal

Published 2018
This rack card for boaters explains how to safely dispose of waste, while keeping the lake healthy and clean.

Buoy Data Fact Sheet

Published 2017
Dr. Eric Leibensperger, Associate Professor in the Center for Earth and Environmental Science at SUNY Plattsburgh is leading a research project, with funding from Lake Champlain Sea Grant to collect continuous surface weather and lake water temperature data.

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