Baker Lake

Baker Lake (Skagit/Whatcom County) is a large reservoir in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Baker Lake was originally a small natural lake, but was raised in 1959 by the construction of the 312 ft Upper Baker Dam on the Baker River. The lake receives a considerable amount of its water from snow melt from the surrounding peaks, including Mount Shuksan and Mount Baker. There are a large number of camping sites and trails around the lake, which provide magnificent views of the nearby mountains.


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Data

LakeKeyDateDO mg/LTemp CpHCond uS/cmChl ug/LAlk mg/LTurb NTUNH3 ug-N/LTN ug-N/LNO2+3 ug-N/LTP ug-P/LSRP ug-P/L
BakerBAK8/31/1110.816.77.1331.47.50.86< 1053< 10< 53.1
BakerBAK8/7/138.9323.6734.20.25.31.03< 1010.7< 10< 5< 3
BakerBAK9/15/149.1120.47.234.30.825.10.67< 10< 10< 10< 5< 3
BakerBAK8/4/158.6622.4742.50.46.41.5< 1045< 10< 5< 3
BakerBAK7/20/169.6118.16.935.7NA9.11.64< 1031.3< 109< 3

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