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Stockton Lake

Stockton Lake is a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake, located in Cedar, Dade, and Polk counties. Stockton Lake was constructed by damming the Sac River, creating a large lake with a surface area of 25,000 acres and a watershed of 742,400 acres. The project was completed in 1969 and the lake had filled by 1971. 58% of the land in Stockton Lake’s watershed is covered by grassland/pasture and 28% is forested. Stockton Lake is an important recreational resource.

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Other information:
Army Corps of Engineers 2005 Water Management Report
Data - Mercury in Stockton Lake fish tissue (general mercury information from Missouri DNR)
USGS Real-time data for Stockton Lake
The Stockton State Park website
The Army Corps of Engineers website for Stockton Lake
 
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