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Adirondack Effects Assessment Program (AEAP)


The AEAP Program Table of Contents

Introduction

The AEAP Program

The Aquatic Biota Study

 

 

 

 

 


Introduction

Acid rain has been a problem throughout certain regions of the world for decades.  The problem is especially severe in the Northeastern United States due to emissions from coal-burning facilities in the mid-West and the general pattern of weather system movement from west to east.   Acid ion deposition from the atmosphere and subsequent leaching of metals from soil have affected surface waters in the Adirondack Region of New York State, particularly at higher elevations where soils are thin and natural buffering capacities are low.  Public concern over the acidification of lakes and ponds in the Adirondacks is focused on biological effects, primarily because of the use of these ecosystems for sport fishing.

 

The Clean Air Act Amendments

In 1990, Congress passed the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA), which mandated reductions in fossil fuel emissions to improve the quality of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.  The main target emissions were those that produced SOx and NOx which then convert in the atmosphere into sulfuric acid (H2SO4) and nitric acid (HNO3) and produce acid rain.  The reduction in SOx emissions was to take effect in 1994 while the reduction in NOx emissions would occur by 1998. 

 

The Adirondack Effects Assessment Program (AEAP)

The AEAP resulted from a 1992 Federal appropriation through Congress that was appended to the 1990 CAAA to support research on the effects of reduced air emissions, and RPI-DFWI was named as the primary recipient of the funding.  The AEAP was designed to provide comprehensive data of sufficient quantity and quality to evaluate directly the long-term response of biological communities to the reductions stipulated in the 1990 CAAA.  The specific design of the AEAP was an outgrowth of discussions at a Workshop of recognized experts held at RPI in January 1993.  Following the Workshop, which was Task 1 of the AEAP, the US EPA contract with RPI was modified to include three additional tasks (see below).  Subsequent work plans were reviewed internally by the US Environmental Protection Agency and by external peer reviewers.  

The AEAP Tasks

The RPI Workshop, described above, was the first Program task.  The remaining three tasks of the AEAP were as follows:

  • monitor status of aquatic biological communities in Adirondack waters (Aquatic Biota Study),
  • support continued monitoring of atmospheric deposition at the NADP sites in the Adirondack region (Huntington Forest and Bennett Bridge), and
  • perform research to determine the factors controlling the retention of atmospherically deposited nitrogen in Adirondack watersheds (Watershed Integrated Nitrogen Cycling Study).

dave winklerThe Aquatic Biota was initiated in 1994 and the Watershed Integrated Nitrogen Cycling Study was added in 1997.  The NADP sites in the Adirondacks had been in operation for several decades (Huntington Forest since 1978, Bennett Bridge since 1980) and received financial support to continue deposition monitoring during the period of the AEAP.

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The AEAP Components and Schedule

The AEAP was conducted within the Adirondack Park in New York State (Figure 1), and consisted of three distinct components: aquatic biota sampling, atmospheric deposition monitoring, and a study of watershed nitrogen cycling.  The Aquatic Biota Study included water chemistry and aquatic biota sampling, and was initiated in 1994.  From 1994 through 1996, a total of 30 Program waters were sampled three times each summer.  Starting in 1997, and continuing through 2005, the study waters were sampled twice each summer.  During 2002, an additional five waters were added to the 30 original Program study sites. 

Atmospheric deposition monitoring at NADP network stations located at Huntington Forest and Bennett Bridge has been supported by the AEAP since 1994 and will be supported for the remainder of the Program.  The Watershed Integrated Nitrogen Cycling Study is the third major AEAP component.  Although watershed nitrogen research was initiated in 1994, field studies, as part of the AEAP, were not conducted until the 1997 field season, when work was initiated in the Buck Creek watershed.  During 2002, the watershed nitrogen research effort was expanded to include a series of catchments in the Moose River Plains area.

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Study Goals

A major conclusion of the 1993 RPI Workshop discussions was that significant knowledge gaps existed in understanding of the effects of acidification on aquatic organisms and, furthermore, that the lack of consistent biological data collection would make it difficult to assess whether lake communities are changing over time.  Accordingly, the goals of the AEAP Aquatic Biota Study were structured to:

  • provide long-term (temporal) benefits by collecting baseline information that could be used to evaluate the future recovery of lake communities, and
  • provide short-term benefits in the increased understanding of the complex effects of acidification on community structure by simultaneously evaluating effects of acidification on multiple trophic levels in multiple types of lake systems.

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Study Objectives

The objectives that were developed for the Aquatic Biota Study are as follows:

1)    quantify the interactive relationships between environmental factors and species abundance within the bacterioplankton, phytoplankton, zooplankton, macrophyte, and fish communities.
2)    evaluate species within the bacterioplankton, phytoplankton, zooplankton, macrophyte, and fish communities as indicators of acidification to provide a basis for assessing recovery from acidification.
3)    categorize study waters into distinct types based on the abundance and assemblage of indicator species and physical/chemical ecosystem characteristics; compare categories based on indicator species and physical/chemical attributes and use categories to set target levels for recovery.
4)    document shifts of waters from categories typical of acidification to categories typical of unaffected lakes if recovery is occurring.
5)    detect association between trends of recovery (shifts of lakes between categories) and reductions in acidic atmospheric deposition.

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aeap fieldStudy Design 

The Aquatic Biota Study was designed to provide 1) baseline data upon which to evaluate temporal changes, and 2) short-term gains in understanding the effects of acidification on ecosystem community structure. The specific challenges of designing the Study to meet these goals were as follows:

  • logistical constraints of sampling statistically significant numbers of ponded waters to provide adequate monitoring data,
  • providing an adequate diversity of study sites to cover the different lake types encountered in the Adirondacks and the wide geographic area encompassed by the Adirondack Mountain region,
  • providing a statistically defensible number of replicates that would allow analyzing trends in space and time, and
  • conducting adequate sampling of multiple trophic levels to allow the analysis of complex effects of acidification and to distinguish between the effects of acidification and other factors.

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Study Region and Sites

 

View AEAP in a full screen map (pins represent actual sampling point on lake)

In order to meet the objective of detecting temporal changes in biological community structure, the Study region for the AEAP was limited to the southwest portion of the Adirondack Park.  The primary considerations for this selection were that

  • this region of the Adirondack Park receives the highest deposition rates of air-borne pollutants originating in the Ohio Valley,
  • lakes and ponds in this region are the most impacted, and may be most likely to demonstrate the effects of recovery, and
  • restricting the area of the Study decreases geographic and climatic variability that may tend to increase variance and decrease the statistical power to detect temporal change.

To meet the second objective of the research and evaluation effort, the AEAP Study sites (lakes and ponds) were selected to incorporate different hydrologic types including

  • thin till, drainage, low dissolved organic carbon (DOC)
  • thin till, drainage, high DOC
  • medium till, drainage, low DOC
  • medium till, drainage, high DOC
  • mounded, seepage, low DOC
  • mounded, seepage, high DOC
  • carbonate

This categorization of ponded waters was based on the classification scheme developed by Newton and Driscoll (1990) and was used by other researchers in the Adirondack Region.
Finally, to provide the highest degree of accuracy in relating spatial and temporal biological characteristics to lake and pond water chemistry, the Study sites were selected to coincide with an on-going water chemistry monitoring program, the Adirondack Long-Term Monitoring (ALTM) Program, which was initiated in 1992 and sampled the water chemistry of 52 lakes and ponds monthly.
 The focus of the Aquatic Biota Study on the southwest Adirondack region 1) allowed the assessment of recovery where acidification is most prevalent and where the fish communities are most affected, 2) resulted in decreased variability among lakes and ponds by including waters within a smaller region, and 3) increased the ratio of sampled to total waters in the study region, allowing the extrapolation of the results to the larger region affected by acidification.
The 35 ponded waters included in the Aquatic Biota Study are listed in Table 1 and located on a map in Figure 2.  The listing includes the original 30 waters and the five additional waters added to the Program in 2002.  Some of the 35 waters have been included in other Adirondack research programs.

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dave winklerSampling Frequency

Budgetary constraints associated with the AEAP required balancing the sampling frequency with the total number of ponded waters that were sampled.  The lakes and ponds were sampled three times during 1994, 1995 and 1996 to facilitate statistical analysis, and the three sampling intervals were conducted during the summer period of thermal stratification (between mid-June and mid-September) to provide the lowest variance within the ecosystem.  
Although the biological communities sampled during the summer season may not exhibit the direct impacts of episodic acidification associated with spring snowmelt and runoff (which can be a major effect of acid precipitation), replication of sampling during the most stable part of the growing season increases the ability to detect temporal changes in the long-term effects of acidification.  The Study would not have been able to sample both spring and summer seasons adequately, and spring sampling is problematic (more variable, logistical problems associated with snowmelt and ice-out, unpredictable weather and hydrologic conditions).  It was anticipated that by replicating sampling during summer, the lakes would be stratified and biological communities would be relatively stable.  The summer data can be used to assess inter-annual variability, rather than seasonal variability and, hopefully, to evaluate differences in biological community structure among lake types and detect changes over time.

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Sampling Schedule 

Extension of the AEAP beyond 1996 required renegotiation of the Program work plan and approval by the US EPA and external peer reviewers.  Following this process, US EPA mandated a reduction of the budget for the Aquatic Biota Study.  In order to accommodate the budget reductions and also minimize the impact of these reductions on the ability to detect temporal changes in aquatic biota, the frequency of Study sampling was reduced to twice each summer, rather than reduce the total number of lakes and ponds being studied.

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do meterSample Types.

The Aquatic Biota Study collected water chemistry samples, depth profiles of temperature, dissolved oxygen and light, and samples for bacterioplankton, phytoplankton, zooplankton, macrophytes, and fish (Table 2).  Water samples were collected at the time of sampling for bacterioplankton, phytoplankton, and zooplankton, in order to provide contemporaneous water chemistry information.  All of these different types of samples were collected during each mid-summer sampling period.  Sampling for fish and macrophytes was more time consuming and labor intensive and, therefore, was conducted at different times.  The following material is a brief summary of activities for the various types of samples that were collected:

  • Water Chemistry: water samples were collected at each study site coincident with the collection of the mid-summer biological samples.  Two samples (epilimnetic and hypolimnetic) were collected from waters that exhibited thermal stratification; a single sample (epilimnetic) was collected from waters that were not thermally stratified.  The water samples were processed, preserved (where appropriate) and analyzed for the chemicals and nutrients presented in Table 3.
  • Bacterioplankton: sub-samples were taken from an integrated epilimnetic and a single depth hypolimnetic (1m off the bottom) collection and filtered through 0.22µm filters (5 mL for microscopy and approximately 900-1000 mL for either DNA or RNA).  The filters were preserved for microscopy or frozen at –80oC for subsequent DNA and RNA extractions to identify bacterial species from 16S ribosomal DNA and 16S ribosomal RNA sequences.    
  • Phytoplankton: single sub-samples (300 mL) were collected from the water column down to the depth of 1% light penetration (using the integrated hose technique), preserved, and examined by light microscopy.
  • Zooplankton: samples were collected from the water column using a hose integration technique, a pump and a 64-µm mesh net (described in the QA/QC document).  The samples were narcotized, preserved, and examined by light microscopy.  Two zooplankton samples were collected during each site visit. 
  • Macrophytes: communities were observed and data recorded by SCUBA divers who followed transects from the shoreline to the extent of the littoral zone.  
  • Fish: these communities were sampled using trap nets and tag-and-recapture methods.  Sampling occurred during the spring and fall each year on a regular subset of study sites (Moss Lake, Dart Lake, Lake Rondaxe).  During the period 1994-2005), other waters were selected for survey using the conventional techniques, and waters with difficult access were surveyed with snorkeling. 

Table 4 summarizes the scope of components included in the AEAP Aquatic Biota project during Phase I (1994-1996), Phase II (1997-2002), and Phase III (2003 thru 2005).

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Sampling Regime

Every year, the AEAP waters were sampled synoptically during each period to minimize variability and allow comparison of the biological data among waters.  Each sampling period consisted of two 2-3 day intervals during consecutive weeks.  A total of 5-8 lakes and ponds usually were sampled each day. One week was devoted to sampling remote waters by aircraft; waters accessible by land were sampled during the other week.  

Each day, two sampling crews, each consisting of 2 people, sampled the designated waters, returning to the field laboratory during the day with samples collected from 2-3 sites for processing.  At each lake or pond site, the sampling crew positioned a boat or canoe at the location of maximum depth (using bathymetric maps and an electronic depth sounder), and collected depth profiles of temperature, light, and oxygen.  Epilimnetic water samples were collected using a wide-diameter hose to provide a depth-integrated composite for chemistry; a hypolimnetic grab sample was collected from 1.0 m above the bottom using a Van Dorn sampler.  Water also was collected from the surface to the depth of 1% light intensity using the integrate hose to sample phytoplankton.  Zooplankton were collected by slowly lowering the 2.54 cm ID diameter hose from the surface to 1.0 m above the bottom and pumping the water through a 64 um zooplankton net as the hose traverses the water column.  All collected water samples were stored on ice until delivery to the field laboratory.  The phytoplankton and zooplankton samples were preserved in the field.

The field laboratory crew, consisting of 3-4 people, works in the field lab located at Eagle Bay, NY.  All samples are immediately accessioned upon delivery to the field lab.  Then, the samples are processed and either refrigerated and stored until delivery to the Keck Water Lab in Troy, NY, or immediately analyzed in the field lab (conductivity, chlorophyll a, conductivity, ammonium and soluble phosphorus).

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Field Methods, Data Entry, Handling and Storage QAQC

  A description of data entry, handling and storage for the Aquatic Biota Project is presented in the Quality Assurance (QA/QC) document that was submitted to US EPA and approved prior to implementation of the Program.(Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1994).

 

Water Chemistry Analysis

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Bacterioplankton Studies

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Zooplankton Studies

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Phytoplankton Studies

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Fish Studies

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