Inspection Summary

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Water
Body
Date Organisms Found
Entering
Organisms Found
Leaving
Organism Types
Found
Prevention
Steps
Waterbodies
last 2 wks
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
I, DB
Rainbow Lake
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
I, WB
St Lawrence River
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
I
Higley Flow
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
I, WB
Rainbow Lake
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
I, WB
Upper St. Regis
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
1
1
OTHER
Rainbow Lake
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
Dry
Lake Kushaqua
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
DB, Dry
1st Launch
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
Dry
1st Launch
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
None
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
WB, DB
Saranac Lake
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
I, Dry
None
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
I, Dry
None
Rainbow Lake
July 31, 2010
0
0
Buck Pond
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
I, WB, BB, LW, Dis
Buck Pond
Rainbow Lake
August 2, 2010
0
0
I, WB
None
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
None
Rainbow Lake
August 2, 2010
0
0
WB
Franklin Falls
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
WB
Buck Pond
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
WB
None
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
WB, Dry
None
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
1
OTHER
Dry
St. Regis
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
WB
Big Moose Lake
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
I
Buck Pond
Rainbow Lake
August 1, 2010
0
0
WB
Buck Pond, Lower St. Regis, Follensby Clear Loop, Spitfire Lake
5,242
4 178
0
0
2, 207
107377 total inspections matched

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