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.

Plant Material Sourcing Needs for Riparian Forest and Wetland Restoration in Vermont

Published 2021
This 7-page report plus appendices summarizes the results of a survey of Vermont restoration practitioners exploring the existing and projected demand for locally-sourced native seedlings over the next 5-10 years. It represents the first step in a project led by the Watershed Forestry Partnership and the US Fish & Wildlife Service to address native tree and shrub stock shortfalls in Vermont.

Rain Garden Manual for Vermont and the Lake Champlain Basin

Published 2021
This 2021 Rain Garden Manual is developed for homeowners, landscape architects, city planners, or anyone else interested in installing a rain garden to protect local rivers and lakes in Vermont or the Lake Champlain basin of New York. The 28-page illustrated manual was produced by Lake Champlain Sea Grant.

Research seminar: Drivers of Change in Denitrification Capacity of Riparian Soils During Spring Snowmelt

Published 2021
Presentation by Brittany Lancelloti, UVM, on an investigation into how riparian soil denitrification and its controls vary during snowmelt. The project was designed to study physical/chemical and biological (i.e. microbial community) controls on denitrification. To achieve this, an existing riparian soil monitoring network was leveraged to measure physical controls on denitrification, like soil moisture and oxygen content. Additionally, denitrification rates were measured in conjunction with the abundance of denitrifying bacteria to study how the microbial community is impacted by spring snowmelt.

Research Seminar: Environmental Health Disparities in Vermont

Published 2021
This is a recording of a seminar given on January 27, 2021 by Bindu Panikkar, Assistant Professor, Rubenstein School of the Environment and Natural Resources, UVM, about her research examining environmental justice issues in Vermont.

Research Seminar: Fisheries Research in Lake Champlain

Published 2021
In this video, Professor Ellen Marsden, of the University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, explains findings of UVM researchers and state biologists that lake trout numbers in Lake Champlain are rising due to successful recruitment of young. Her research was funded, in part, by Lake Champlain Sea Grant.

Research Seminar: Upwelling in Lake Champlain's South Main Lake: Identifying Events and Assessing Impacts

Published 2021
In this video recording, Eric Leibensperger, of Ithaca College, presents his research on upwelling in Lake Champlain’s South Main Lake, a project funded by Lake Champlain Sea Grant and administered by SUNY-Plattsburgh. The research helps managers better understand consequences of policy decisions, while also shedding light on physical processes (upwelling) that are not controllable and may be modified by a changing climate.

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