This report provides a descriptive compilation of stream nutrient data collected in Alberta between 1977 and 2013. The purpose was to consolidate information from many diverse sources into one document and to provide a useful reference point for future studies of lake and watershed management in this province.
Stream nutrient data from eleven watershed studies are presented for ten lake watersheds. These include streams draining into Baptiste Lake, Wabamun Lake, Lac La Nonne, Pine Lake, Lesser Slave Lake, Lac Ste. Anne, Lake Isle, Gull Lake, Lac la Biche and Pigeon Lake. Most of these studies were conducted by Alberta Environment (AENV); some were conducted by faculty and graduate students at the University of Alberta.