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Old 03-08-2021, 11:12 AM   #4
montcalm
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I know that data is kind of old from the ALS, but it's pretty interesting. I started looking over a lot of ponds/lakes that I'm familiar with and it's amazing how different some of them are (hence why the Cary Institute did their study). Some have vastly different characteristics even within close proximity.

I looked at a number of the ponds in the southern 5 Ponds and Pepperbox and most were dead. Highly acidic, shallow. Probably not much dissolved O2. Little more than beaver ponds. But is that really the case? Does anyone know if any of those ponds supported fish in years past?
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