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Lake Tarpon Outfall Canal - Water Quality By River Segment

The table below shows water quality and/or hydrology information for this river at the individual reach segment level. Reach codes are unique identifiers maintained for each river and stream segment. The map viewer designed to display this information has been temporarily disabled due to performance issues. Until a more reliable alternative is implemented, please download the hydrography GIS data directly via the Advanced Mapping Tool and query the reach segments via a standalone GIS application such as ArcGIS Explorer.

 
Reach ID Latest
Value
Season Confidence Historic
Average
Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Jan-Mar 2020 5/5 13 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Apr-Jun 2020 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Jul-Sep 2020 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 12 (GOOD) Jan-Mar 2019 5/5 13 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Apr-Jun 2019 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Jul-Sep 2019 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Oct-Dec 2019 5/5 14 Graph Trend
03100206000254 5 (GOOD) Jan-Mar 2018 5/5 13 Graph Trend
03100206000254 10 (GOOD) Apr-Jun 2018 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 13 (GOOD) Jul-Sep 2018 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 5 (GOOD) Oct-Dec 2018 5/5 14 Graph Trend
03100206000254 9 (GOOD) Jan-Mar 2017 5/5 13 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Apr-Jun 2017 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 19 (GOOD) Jul-Sep 2017 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 0 (GOOD) Oct-Dec 2017 5/5 14 Graph Trend
03100206000254 27 (GOOD) Jan-Mar 2016 5/5 13 Graph Trend
03100206000254 40 (GOOD) Apr-Jun 2016 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 36 (GOOD) Jul-Sep 2016 5/5 18 Graph Trend
03100206000254 15 (GOOD) Oct-Dec 2016 5/5 14 Graph Trend
 

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