Boyer Slough Station

Water Quality Monitoring Station

Lake Pend Oreille

How to use the graph: View data for only one year by clicking on that year in the legend. Supplemental information is provided by hovering over a data point. 

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Status – IMPAIRED for NITROGEN & PHOSPHORUS

Citizen Scientist(s): Matt Bambach

Located on the northern shore of Lake Pend Oreille in Bonner County. Boyer Slough is the receiving waters of the Kootenai Ponderay Sewer District.

Boyer Slough is currently impaired for nitrogen and phosphorus. A Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is in development to address these impairments. 

Location: 48° 18’37.60″ 116°29’36.50″

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