Tahoe Keys Aquatic Invasive Species Plant Control and Monitoring (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2018-0168-R2)
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- Fish & Wildlife 2 (Rancho Cordova) (California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 2)
- Document Title
- Tahoe Keys Aquatic Invasive Species Plant Control and Monitoring (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2018-0168-R2)
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Document Description
- The project is limited to replacement of several small porous, flat, plates in test areas on the lake bottom within the lagoons in the Tahoe Keys development at South Lake Tahoe. Compressed air, from a compressor system located on the adjacent lakeshore, will be pumped through the plates creating a laminar flow situation. This is predicted to significantly decrease the level of fine, organic, particulate materials being deposited on the lake bottom, and increase levels of dissolved oxygen, which is project in turn, to decrease the ability of invasive , non-native aquatic vegetation to grow within the test areas. Divers will place the porous plates on the lakebed within the test areas. It will not be necessary to drain or alter the water level within the test area.
- Contact Information
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 2
Northern Central Region 1701 Nimbus Road, Suite A
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
Phone : (916) 358-1124
- 38.929766°'"N 120.13922°'"W
- El Dorado
- Other Location Info
- Lagoons within the Tahoe Keys Property Developement in Lake Tahoe.
- Other Information
- Lat: 38.929800N Lon: 120.011830W
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Reasons for Exemption
- S:15301, 15304, 15306, 15333 This is a very small experimental project involving the investigation into the efficacy of a new, laminar flow technology for the control and eradication of non-native, invasive aquatic vegetation within the confines of the Tahoe Keys Waterways. The results of the rest will be used, in part to determine, if this technology can be up scaled as an effective means of controlling an otherwise out of control, invasive aquatic weed problem in the Keys.
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