Report: TR 2017/22
Author: Piet Verburg and Anathea Albert (NIWA)
A long-term monitoring programme of Lake Taupo’s water quality was commissioned by Waikato Regional Council in October 1994 in the expectation that the trophic state of the lake would change to reflect changes in land use within the lake's catchment.
This programme is conducted by NIWA, with field assistance from the Department of Internal Affairs, Taupo Harbourmaster’s Office.
This report presents data from the routine mid-lake monitoring station from July 2015 to June 2016.
|3||Results and discussion|
|3.1||Temperature and mixing|
|3.5||Nutrients in the upper water layer|
|3.7||Nutrient accumulation in the hypolimnion|
|6||Glossary of abbreviations and terms|
|Appendix 1: Site map, sampling strategy and methods|
|Appendix 2: Temperature and dissolved oxygen data|
|Appendix 3: Nutrient data|
|Appendix 4: Phytoplankton data|
|Appendix 5: Historical data|