Welcome to our Tomahawk Lagoon Citizen Science page where we provide fortnightly water quality monitoring data and information on Tomahawk Lagoon, gathered by our citizen science teams. Check back frequently for new updates and the latest results 🙂
We are a group of teachers, scientists, students and community members who are concerned for the health of Tomahawk Lagoon. Algal blooms occur in both the upper and lower Tomahawk Lagoons and water quality is often poor, yet little water quality data exists and no regular monitoring is undertaken. To bridge this gap, we collect robust… Continue reading About us
It was great to see all the new faces on our Feb 26th training day! Our teams are now a mix of experienced citizen scientists and new students learning the ropes 🙂 It was a bit chilly out there, but after a brief introduction and having the scene set by Dr. Marc Schallenberg from the… Continue reading Training day 2018
We presented our Water Quality report card for the lagoon at our ‘Reporting Back’ day on December 9th. Check out the report card below and download from the link provided: Tomahawk Lagoon Water Quality Report Card_final
Collecting macro-invertebrates from the lower lagoon- what can they tell us?