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Lake Harris

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NameHarris, Lake
Alternate Name(s)Little Astatula
CountyLake
Surface Area (acres)15321.45
Latitude28° 46' 45"
Longitude81° 49' 00"
Section-Township-Range0-0-0
USGS Quarter QuadLEESBURG EAST ( SW )
LAKEWATCH RegionSE
LAKEWATCH Member? Yes

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Water Quality DataView historical and current water quality data

ParameterLatest ValueHistorical RangeAdditional Information
Dissolved oxygen (DO) 9.95 mg/l
12/13/2016
Source: SJRWMD_WQ
0.12 - 17.00 mg/l
05/12/1967 - 12/13/2016
2,038 samples
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Nitrogen 1,310.00 ug/l
12/18/2016
Source: LAKEWATCH_V
-560.00 - 23,440.00 ug/l
09/06/1967 - 12/18/2016
2,456 samples
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pH 8.02
12/13/2016
Source: SJRWMD_WQ
4.60 - 11.60
08/18/1965 - 12/13/2016
2,140 samples
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Phosphorus as P 21.00 ug/l
12/18/2016
Source: LAKEWATCH_V
0.00 - 952.00 ug/l
09/06/1967 - 12/18/2016
2,677 samples
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Secchi disk depth 2.80 ft
01/16/2017
Source: LAKEWATCH_V
0.20 - 10.00 ft
09/06/1967 - 01/16/2017
3,503 samples
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Temperature, water 58.87 deg F
02/16/2016
Source: SJRWMD_WQ
33.80 - 94.30 deg F
11/04/1966 - 02/16/2016
2,126 samples
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Total Suspended Solids (TSS) 9.20 mg/l
12/13/2016
Source: SJRWMD_WQ
1.00 - 178.00 mg/l
06/05/1973 - 12/13/2016
452 samples
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Trophic State Index: Florida DEP 55.00
12/18/2016
Source: LAKEWATCH_V
1.00 - 80.00
11/29/1978 - 12/18/2016
2,307 samples
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Turbidity 2.95 NTU
12/13/2016
Source: SJRWMD_WQ
1.00 - 30.00 NTU
03/23/1983 - 12/13/2016
715 samples
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