Lake Mohawk Home 

 

 

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Chris Kiehl

Chairman

 

 Robert Greene

Director

Lake Management

 

Kevin Myszka 

Director of Security

 

Scott Noble

Lake Manager

 

 

Ron Tschantz

Joe Jacko

Dave Daniels

 

 

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"Anyone who can solve the problems of water will be worthy of two Nobel prizes

one for peace and one for science"

John F. Kennedy - 1962

 

Updated December 4, 2016

 

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Jeff Gray M.S

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NEW for 2016

Lake Mohawk

Weather Station

 

Includes Historical Data

(Click on WU Graphic Below)

 


Weather Underground PWS KOHMALVE2

 


 

 

 

     Oxygen/Temp

Recorded

with

YSI Pro ODO Meter


Note:

Please Click on date for oxygen/temperature information in

 PDF format

 

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     Lake Trivia

The average thermocline in northern dimictic (two mixes or turnovers per year) lakes occurs around 12 feet of depth.  Dissolved oxygen declines rapidly below this depth.  

 

Lake Mohawk has  characteristics more like a reservoir than a natural lake which was formed by glaciers (glacial kettle lake)

 

The deeper northern end of the Lake Mohawk basin does develop a thermocline as the oxygen temperature information indicates.  This portion of the lake is responsible for summertime sedimentary release of phosphorus.