Gulf Shores, Alabama, United States
This is our lab location thanks to George and Jean Dunn. Site 1 is the confluence of a natural drainage bayou linking Little Lagoon to Lake Shelby in the Gulf State Park. While our overall conclusion is Little Lagoon water quality is not seriously impaired we see some of the highest freshwater/groundwater inputs, highest nutrient levels, consistently highest bacteria counts and at times very high phytoplankton counts in this part of the lagoon. There are many canals cut into lagoon properties in this area and many aging septic systems in this part of the lagoon watershed.
- Lat: 30.25506
- Lng: -87.69357
- Waterbody Type: Unknown
- Timezone: America/Chicago
15L, raphid- 75,000, tiny cyanos-p-o, unk-opaque-raphid?- 105,000, partly cloudy, 5-10 S, bar. 76...
15L, tiny cyanos-p, unk opaque 35,000, sunny, 5-10 N, bar. 764.1, incoming tide
15L, pine pollen 35,000, zoo 70,000, cryptos & chloros - p, unk 70,000 raphid? no ipea, partly cl...
15L, secchi not on bottom, pporo spp 35,000, scripsiella 35,000, cryptos&chloros-p, tiny cyanios-...
15L, secchi on bottom, tiny cyanos-p, unk cyano colony? oyster or clam?, partly cloudy, 0-5 SW, ...
15L, secchi on bottom, pine pollen 35,000, tiny cyanos p, unk 35,000 (egg cluster?), sunny, 10-15...
15L, secchi on bottom, rapid 70,000 (hetero), tiny cyanos-p, unk 35,000 (rino), unk 105,000 diato...
15L, secchi on bottom, 200-1 35,000, cyano col-1 35,000, raphid-1 35,000, tiny cyanos-p, unk 35,0...
15L, secchi on bottom, cyano Fil 35,000, tiny cyanos p, unk 70,000 dino, mostly cloudy, 0-5 N, ba...