Three Fork Creek Restoration

Looking for more effective means of treating AMD and achieving an established goal of full stream restoration to a fishery quality, the WV AML program elected to move in a new direction and utilize in-stream active treatment.  Instead of treating one source with passive treatment, WV AML would treat an entire watershed using in-stream dosers placed on tributaries impacted by AMD. A pilot project known as Three Forks Watershed Restoration was initiated with the construction of four (4) dosers in the spring of 2011.

See the results of these innovative approach to the AMD problem caused by Abandoned Mine Sites at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJSrCSZG8_0&list=UU4ShV8thmwxLiUJTfK_Dmiw&index=7

Refer to the downloadable "in-stream" presentations below in our "In-Stream Documentation" tab.  Documents are available in .pdf (Adobe Acrobat) format.  You may click to open the PDF, or right click and select "Save Target As" to download the document.

 

 In-Stream Documentation

 
  
  
  
In-Stream Dosing Presentation.pdfIn-Stream Dosing PresentationNo presence informationBurgess, Lawrence
In-stream Dosing for Treatment of AMD Paper.pdfIn-stream Dosing for Treatment of AMD PaperNo presence informationBurgess, Lawrence

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