• Don Yurewicz

AIS Patrol Maps

Updated: Mar 8

The Conway Lake shoreline has been divided into 17 Zones for the purpose of assigning different parts of the lake to AIS Patrol members. Detailed satellite maps of each zone with a grid overlay are available below and can be printed for use on the lake or at home. The grids on the maps are intended to help identify those areas that are shallow enough to view plants and as an aid for you to record which areas have been checked, or to communicate the location of interesting or suspicious plants.

Index map of the lake showing the location of all 17 Zones - Click Here

This map also shows the extent of the littoral and profundal zones in Conway Lake. The littoral zone is the nearshore area of a lake in which light penetration to the lake bottom is sufficient to support photosynthesis and aquatic plant growth. For the lakes of this region that commonly corresponds to water depths less than 15 feet. While we focus on the very shallow portions of the littoral zone in our patrols, it is important to remember that invasive plants can grow from greater depths towards the surface.

Zone 1 - Dolloff Cove - Click Here

Zone 2 - North Shore - Click Here

Zone 3 - The Channel & Page Brook - Click Here

Zone 4 - Upper East Shore - Click Here

Zone 5 - Thorne Islands - Click Here

Zone 6 - Conway Beach Club - Click Here

Zone 7 - Marble Island & Gull Rock - Click Here

Zone 8 - Lower East shore - Rocky Reef - Click Here

Zone 9 - Upper South Cove - Click Here

Zone 10 - Middle South Cove - Click Here

Zone 11 - Lower South Cove - Click Here

Zone 12 - Lower Pennacook Cove - Click Here

Zone 13- Upper Pennacook Cove - Click Here

Zone 14 - Breezy Point to Ship Island - Click Here

Zone 15 - Ship Island to Picnic Island - Click Here

Zone 16 - Picnic Island to Walker Island - Click Here

Zone 17 - Walker Island to Andrews Point - Click Here

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