Question: How do we reverse the accumulated Phosphorus in Lake Carmel?February 11, 2013
We employ bio mimicry to facilitate degredation of the benthic accumulated organic detritus (Muck). Average depth increase is one foot per year. Phosphorus is converted into fuel for aerobic bacteria, nitrogen is converted and released back to the atmosphere (completing the N Cycle). Phosphorus and Nitrogen are accumulated in the benthic muck. This is a fuel sink for future algae blooms and or explosive weed growth. We oxygenate at the water sediment contact layer. Oxygenating this vital boundary (without creating turbidity) is accomplished through an engineered process we invented and have 45 years of global success in. We will remove 90% of the Phosphorus from Lake Carmel and increase its depth one foot per year (Minimum). Fish health and quantity will dramatically improve and this will also bring Lake Carmel (specifically) well under the E. of Hudson Phosphorus Coalition’s threshold for meeting well under the existing Phosphorus point source loading budget. This will set a model for all to follow in all of E. of Hudson and I dare say NYS and the country…
We have recent peer review and published scientific data and a Limnology report from last months NALMS symposium in U. Wisconsin, Madison where this was presented and accepted. My work with Biogenic Silica Fertilization in-situ (nationwide) is also now being heralded as a breakthrough in biological augmentative treatment protocol’s we are deploying which initially have provided super saturation in D.O. And explosive zooplankton growth, along with supporting all aquatic vertebrate population’s ancilliary means to added benefits from this.. All life forms increase….
With best regards
Sent from Jack Mosel, Owner
Aquatic Restorations, LLC. www.aquaticrestorationllc.com
Senior Lake Restoration Consultant, Lake-Savers www.lake-savers.com
NYS Cert. Secondary Earth Science educator