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  • #13289

    McChuck
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    Di and I tracked down the mirky water and suds to the area between Grunner’s Ford and the southernmost 67 river crossing. Today I will drive around the Wolf Creek area. It looks like it’s runoff from a subdivision going in- but still doesn’t explain the suds.

    BTW, by my charts, the river is at neg. 5″

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by  McChuck. Reason: It is dangerous for a politician to say anything that people might remember
  • #13299

    Sheldon Dale
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    https://streamstats.usgs.gov/ss/

    In case you haven’t already seen it … here’s an interesting USGS website that will draw the watershed draining to a point picked on a stream.  So if the water quality is bad at the point of the Saint’s southernmost 67 crossing, pick that spot on the map and the website will show you the area that drains to that point.  If the water quality is good at Gruner Ford Access you could pick the point there and it will show you that watershed.  Subtract the second watershed from the first and you should have the region in which the source of the mud & suds is located.

    Good luck and happy hunting.

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