Water Quality

To reduce nutrient and sediment loads, for surface runoff, groundwater and atmospheric sources to meet 1967 to 1971 levels of algae and water transparency measured in Lake Tahoe.

Aquatic Invasive Species Distribution

Relevance - not provided
Human and Environmental Drivers - not provided

2015 Threshold Evaluation

Status

- Insufficient Data to Determine Status or No Target Established
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Trend

- Insufficient Data to Determine Trend
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Confidence

- Not available
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Methods not provided

Trend

No reported data for this Indicator

Description not provided

Connecting Actions to Outcomes

Actions

Intermediate Results

Outcomes

Not applicable. Indicator is in attainment.
Not applicable. Indicator is in attainment.

Applicable Standard

- Prevent the introduction of new aquatic invasive species into the region's waters and reduce the abundance and distribution of known aquatic invasive species. Abate harmful ecological, economic, social and public health impacts resulting from aquatic invasive species.
- Prevent the introduction of new aquatic invasive species into the region's waters and reduce the abundance and distribution of known aquatic invasive species. Abate harmful ecological, economic, social and public health impacts resulting from aquatic invasive species.

Monitoring

Locations

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Confidence Details

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Recommendations

No changes recommended

No changes recommended

No changes recommended

No changes recommended

Historic Evaluations

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