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Measuring Streamflow Through a Weir
Measuring Streamflow Through a Weir
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Title: Measuring Streamflow Through a Weir

Description: Pew Creek below Johnson Road, Lawrenceville, Ga. The metal structure is a "V" weir. A sediment dam was built on either side of it to force the water through the weir. Scientists can calculate gallons per minute flow in the stream by timing how long the flow took to fill a bucket.

Location: Lawrenceville, GA, USA

Date Taken: Oct 17 2007

Photographer: Alan Cressler
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Photographer Organization: U.S. Geological Survey

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