Latest Stream Stories
By COURTNEY HACKNEY The recent visit by Tropical Storm Fay reminds us that the First Coast is subject to change at any time. Nature doesn't care where we place property boundaries or homes and may change the landscape without notice.
By AJ Panian When Lou Izzo landed 12 brook trout and watched 12 others jump his hook while fishing Mill Creek one day in July, he judged the Laurel Mountain watershed and Loyalhanna Creek tributary to be in pristine ecological health. "It's kind of like sending the canary through a coal mine.
Stream Energy is voluntarily assisting five segments of its electricity customers who may be feeling the pinch from higher utility bills this summer.
By Cain, Michelle L Lauer, Thomas E; Lau, Jamie K ABSTRACT. - One hundred and twenty five sites from 91 rivers and streams in Indiana were evaluated from 1990-2005 to determine grass pickerel Esox americanus vermiculatus habitat use.
By John David Sutter, The Oklahoman Jul. 20--ON SPRING CREEK -- To leap into the cool blue waters of this hidden northeast Oklahoma creek is to jump back to a time when water was clean and life was simple, locals say. "It's very spiritual," said Jennifer Owen, who swims here almost every day.
By Rosemary Winters, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 1--Residents who live along Salt Lake City streams are welcome to trim trees, build patios and plant gardens. But those looking to construct a home on a pristine, creekside lot might have to place their picture windows 100 feet from the water.
By Terry Karkos RILEY TOWNSHIP - An experiment in a far-flung corner of the Sunday River Watershed could lead to sweeping changes for Western Maine streams. Last fall, the Androscoggin River Watershed Council, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, and the U.S.
LEWISTON - A plan to clean up a winding waterway in the center of Lewiston will get a public review June 24.
By Morris, Charles C; Stewart, Paul M; Simon, Thomas P ABSTRACT: This study evaluated biological integrity expectations of fish assemblages in wadeable streams for the Alabama portion of the Choctawhatchee River watershed using a multimetric approach.
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