A SUMMARY OF THE 2012 LAKE VERNON ASSOCIATION WATER QUALITY REPORT - PREPARED BY GEORGE CRAWFORD - JUNE 2013
This year’s LVA Water Quality Report (posted on the LVA website here) has two main objectives. The first is to inform and educate the LVA membership of any new data, trends, issues or concerns discovered during the past year. The second objective is to solicit feedback from the membership regarding what we would like to see within future LVA annual water quality reports. This year’s report identifies the sources of most of our water quality data, and much of that data and information is provided in Appendices to the report. The report then provides a very high-level summary of key conclusions that could be drawn from the data. This report structure is a “draft” for the future – the LVA membership is invited to comment on what we would like to see in our annual report: Should we show more data? Should we emphasize data analysis, discussions and conclusions? Should we have more graphs, pie charts and pictures? Should we emphasize the effects and significance of the various water quality data and trends? Should we include a “primer” on the meaning and impact of particular data? Should we include, in Appendices, as much of the source data and information as we can? Send your thoughts through the Frog Blog, the LVA Environmental Committee or directly to George Crawford at georgeVcrawford@gmail.com . We appreciate all feedback and we will create next year’s report so that it provides the information that the LVA membership wants to see!