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Re: Stream bed residue--Kettle Creek tributaries

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sandfly wrote:
The roads were running with white stuff after a rain on Wednesday. and it wasn't salt. got some pics and movies and no one seems concerned as is the case up here..


Why don't you put them up here? Who did you contact?

Know any Waterdogs?
http://www.thedownstreamproject.org/2 ... -featuring-the-waterdogs/

http://www.pinecreekwatershedrcp.org/pchpg.htm

Posted on: 2013/5/16 11:33
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Re: Stream bed residue--Kettle Creek tributaries

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The white residue on the stream rocks is most likely due to mineral precipitation from evaporating water. I see it all the time. I am not sure if DEP or any watershed group has a passive treatment system on the AMD in the Kettle Creek watershed. I can find out if someone is still interested.

Posted on: 2013/5/28 20:01
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Re: Stream bed residue--Kettle Creek tributaries

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The white residue on the stream rocks is most likely due to mineral precipitation from evaporating water. I see it all the time. I am not sure if DEP or any watershed group has a passive treatment system on the AMD in the Kettle Creek watershed. I can find out if someone is still interested.

Posted on: 2013/5/28 20:01
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Re: Stream bed residue--Kettle Creek tributaries

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It could me precipitation on rocks below where the streams are being treated for amd.

Posted on: 2013/6/1 15:51
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