WDNR "WaterExplorer" Application

North & South Twin Station-ID's

Hints & Tips

The WDNR has a new web application entitled “Wisconsin Water Explorer” for exploring the extended water details of a lakes individual Station ID’s … Click on the link below to explore this guide on utilizing these tools in the Wisconsin Water Explorer (WEx) web application …

How to Use Lake Tools in the Wisconsin Water Explorer (WEx) Web Application

Note: 

1.  As you view the North & South Twin Station-ID locations below, Station-ID’s are GPS coordinates chosen by the WDNR as testing locations on our waters, and will be denoted by a “Ο” (Red Circle) on the lake map …

2. When clicking on the links below, be patient and watch for the “pop-up” illustrated below in the right-hand corner to surface, and gather the individual lake Station-ID information … 

North Twin Lake; Site 2-SW Basin Water Statistics …

North Twin Lake; Deep Hole Water Statistics … 

South Twin Lake; Deep Hole Water Statistics … 

Each lake’s station-id has four topics of detailed lake content …

1. Trophic State … By clicking on the “Information Icon” below, in both the web application or on this webpage, will explain in more detail the elements of “Trophic State” … 

2. Trophic Averages … By clicking on the “Information Icon” below, in both the web application or on this webpage, will explain in more detail the elements of “Trophic Averages” … 

3. Lake Profile Data … By clicking on the “Information Icon” below, in both the web application or on this webpage, will explain in more detail the elements of “Lake Profile Data” … 

4. Notes on Surface Water Quality Data … By clicking on the “Information Icon” below, in both the web application or on this webpage, will explain in more detail the elements of “Surface Water Quality Data” … 

 The task bar Icon illustrated below maybe used to display various category lake station attribute information, such as … 

1.  Overview of Lake Station-ID Information

2.  Secchi Depth Trending Information

3.  Total Phosphorous Results

4.  Chlorophyll Content Trends

5.  WiLMS (Wisconsin Lake Modeling Suite) Nonpoint Phosphorous Loading