The Shamokin Creek Restoration Alliance, supported by an $11,000 grant from the Degenstein Foundation, is constructing weirs for flow rate measurements at high-flow discharges most likely to be treated soon.

Sites for weirs include:

This grant also partially supports the purchase of pressure transducers that will allow us to monitor flow rate continuously, and it will allow us to obtain chemical analyses on a monthly basis.

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Site 49 at SR 125
; new transducer 8/07

 
Site 23 #4; Shamokin Street

 
Aerial View of Site 12

 
Site 12 Weir, Excelsior

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New funding allowed for a 2nd round of weir construction-

 
Site 19 near Kulpmont
installed Jan. 2006; new transducer 8/07

 
Site 20 near Kulpmont
installed Jan. 2006

 
Site 36 near Shamokin
installed July 2006

 
Site 21 in Ranshaw
installed November 2006 for one year

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Site 23 #1 Shamokin Street installed spring. 2009


Site 23 #5 Shamokin Street installed 3/9/10
(stage only, no flows)


Site 23 #6 Shamokin Street installed 5/2/10

(stage only, no flows)

 

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