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Total Phosphorus Monitoring Annual Reports - Milwaukee County

Total phosphorus monitoring station maps and annual reports are available in the table below. If you click on any station name, you will be redirected to DNR's Surface Water Data Viewer to view a location map of that station. If you click on a year in any row of the "data reports by year" column, a pdf report for that station and year will open.

Thanks to all the volunteers for all their efforts!

 

Station Name Station ID Volunteers Data Reports by Year
Beaver Creek at HWY 57 10037441

Joe Rath

2013    
Crayfish Creek at County Line Rd
10035053
Chris Litzau
  2015 2016
Grantosa Creek near Mouth 10033652 Mike Kuhr 2013    
Honey Creek at Honey Creek Pkwy 10030407 Matt and Elizabeth Olcikas 2013    
Indian Creek downstream Bradley Rd 10029949 Dean Schultz and Renee Kubesh 2013    
Kilbournville Trib - 1m (Bi Sur)
523108
Chris Litzau
  2015 2016
Kinnickinnic River (Lyons Park Creek) at Lyons Park near intersection 57th and Holt 10037439 Joe Rath 2013    
Lincoln Creek at 56th and Lincoln Dr 413737 Joe Rath 2013    
Menomonee River at North Ave (110m Upstream) 10011232 Mike Kuhr 2013    
Menomonee River - North Of Captiol Dr (Hwy 190) 10011259 Matt and Elizabeth Olcikas 2013    
Menomonee River at Canoe Launch W of S35th St 10031609 Joe Rath and Sally Merdllick 2013    
Menomonee River at Jacobus Park 10012584 Matt and Angela Wolter 2013    
Milwaukee River S of W Good Hope Rd 10037389 Renee Kubesh 2013    
Ryan Creek at 92nd St S
10039430
Chris Litzau
  2015  
Underwood Creek at Gravel Sholes Park 10031613 Joe Rath 2013    
Unnamed Tributary to the Root River at Waukesha Rd
10030352
Chris Litzau
  2015 2016
Whitnall Park Creek at S 92nd Street
10043494
Chris Litzau
  2015  
Wilson Park Creek at 13th St 10030836 Chris Rundblad and Breider Isakson 2013    
Zablocki Park Creek at Zablocki Park 10037443 Donald Ray 2013 2015  

 

 

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