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Bucks County Creeks "Impaired"
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Article about challenges for Bucks County streams >

Bucks County Impaired Streams

Posted on: 6/30 8:26


Re: Bucks County Creeks "Impaired"

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Not surprised in most cases. Cooks is a bit of a surprise and I would be interested in the sampling site locations in that case, as the stream starts as a freestoner and then becomes a dolomitic limestoner, but still has seasonal flow problems.

Possibly every stream shown on the aerial photo typically suffers from and would naturally suffer from low flow for a protracted period on annual basis with or without development.


Posted on: 6/30 18:39

Edited by Mike on 2019/6/30 19:01:47


Re: Bucks County Creeks "Impaired"

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Interesting map viewer from the state which shows assessment.

https://www.depgis.state.pa.us/integrated_report_viewer/index.html





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