The Ohio Department of Agriculture factsheet on the the Ohio Working Lands Small Grains Program
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) webpage dedicated to Lake Erie resources.
An interactive mapping platform that allows users to zoom in on subwatersheds and create detailed maps.
Click below to download a summary file of the tributary data on ErieStat.
Tributary monitoring data was used by the USGS, NCWQR, USEPA and ECCC to calculate spring and annual phosphorus loads. Annual loads were estimated at the river mouth using tributary monitoring and municipal discharge data from NCWQR, OEPA, MDEQ, USEPA, USGS, ECCC, and OMECC.
This interactive website by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) includes story map features and information on goals and actions in the Western Lake Erie Basin. Additional information and links are available on ISDA's Western Lake Erie Basin page.
Annex 4 of the 2012 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement describes the nutrient management objectives for the Great Lakes.
This report provides the recommended updates to phosphorus load targets for Lake Erie, based on several models and consideration of other factors that affect Lake Erie water quality.
The Lake Erie Protection & Restoration Plan 2016 reflects the state of Ohio’s priorities to protect, preserve and restore Lake Erie. The purpose of the plan is to identify the state’s strategic direction for Lake Erie and the Lake Erie watershed to achieve established environmental, recreational, and economic goals.
The extent and severity of algal blooms in the Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB) are correlated with the amount of nutrients (nutrient load) entering the WLEB from the Maumee River. Measurements of nutrient concentrations in the Maumee River are collected by Heidelberg University and combined with USGS measurements of Maumee River flow to calculate daily nutrient loads.