Score The Shore Survey, Minnesota

Score The Shore is a natural resources survey to estimate the amount of habitat in three lakeshore zones; shoreland, shoreline, and aquatic. This scoring process provides a simple method of ranking individual lake sites and the entire lake based on the amount of lakeshore remaining in natural condition. High: These sites have a very high percentage of unaltered habitat in each of the three Zones. Moderate: These sites also have a high percentage of unaltered habitat but at least one Zone has lower habitat quality than a "High" site. Low: These sites are typically developed and have a lower than expected amount of natural habitat. Very Low: These sites have been heavily altered by the removal of vegetation and related habitat.

Additional Info

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dsAccessConst None
dsCurrentRef Data collected from 2013 thru current year
dsModifiedDate 2022-04-12 00:10:14
dsOriginator Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MNDNR) EWR Lake Habitat Program and MNDNR Fisheries
dsPeriodOfContent 4/11/2022
dsPurpose 1. Describe the lake-wide lakeshore habitat
2. Detect substantial lake-wide lakeshore habitat score changes over time
3. Compare lake-wide lakeshore habitat scores within and between watersheds and ecoregions to assess patterns and trends.
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