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White Oak Creek After Low-head Dam Failure

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Title: White Oak Creek After Low-head Dam Failure


The low-head dam just downstream from the USGS White Oak Creek near Georgetown, Ohio, streamgage collapsed during high flow early on January 18, 2012. Video shows water rushing past the former low-head dam location; still photos show the dam during low- and high-flow conditions.

Location: OH, White Oak Creek,Brown County, USA

Date Taken: 1/23/2012

Length: :37

Video Producer: Mike Brady, Hydrologic Technician , U.S. Geological Survey, Ohio WSC

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Video editor: Dan Button, Physical Scientist, USGS Ohio WSC

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Tags: Dam Flood LowHead Ohio


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