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Turbid Water in Fall Creek

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Title: Turbid Water in Fall Creek


Muddy, or turbid water, caused by suspended-sediment released during Fall Creek Reservoir draw down. Reservoir was drawn down to purge sediment and trapped fish from behind dam in December 2012.

Location: Fall Creek, OR, USA

Date Taken: 12/12/2012

Length: 2:01

Video Producer: Steven Sobieszczyk , U.S. Geological Survey

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Editor: Stormi A. Hoebelheinrich

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