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Occurrence of bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania

Michele L Zimmerman

Occurrence of bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania

September-October 2001

by Michele L Zimmerman

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacterial pollution of water -- Pennsylvania -- Blue Marsh Lake Region

  • Edition Notes

    Statementin cooperation with the Berks County Conservancy
    SeriesUSGS fact sheet -- FS-036-02, Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-02-036
    ContributionsBerks County Conservancy, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13630473M
    OCLC/WorldCa50180958

      Blue Marsh for me is over 20 miles away and I can tell you that in a solid week of fishing, 7 days in a row we had 3 days with zero, 2 days with one fish, one day with 2 fish and1 day with 5 fish. That was fishing with a friend that really knows the lake well and he says exactly the same thing you do. Start studying Micro Chap Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

      USACE is working with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to conduct sampling and testing at different locations at Blue Marsh Lake. Currently, test results show toxin levels associated with blue-green algae are below Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended recreational water limits. Distribution and occurrence of total coliform bacteria in Floridan aquifer wells, western Lake County, Florida / by George F. Taylor ; prepared in cooperation with the St. Johns River Water Management District and Lake County, Florida.

    Tours for school-age children, bird watching, Lenape Native American education and water safety are some of the types of programs organized by Blue Marsh Lake staff and volunteer groups. The dam is an earthfill dam that that is 1, feet long, 98 feet high and can hold upwards of . Scientific name Common name Anguilla rostrata American eel X -- Alosa pseudoharengus Alewife X X X Esox lucius X E. masquinongy Tiger muskellunge X - X Cyprinus carpio Common carp X X X Carassius auratus Goldfish X -- Notemigonus crysoleucas Golden shiner X -- Cyprinella analostana Satinfin shiner X -- C. spiloptera Spotfin shiner X -- Luxilus cornutus Common .


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Occurrence of bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania by Michele L Zimmerman Download PDF EPUB FB2

To determine the extent Berks County elevated concentrations of fecal indicator bacteria, further study of the lake and selected tributaries was needed. Suggested Citation Zimmerman, M.l.,Occurrence of bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania; September-October U.S.

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Zimmerman. In cooperation with the Berks County Conservancy Occurrence of Bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and Selected Tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania: September-October 40°26'32" The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has water-quality standards that limit the number of specific bacteria in water that is considered safe for recreational use.

Get this Berks County a library. Occurrence of bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania: September-October [Michele L Zimmerman; Berks County Conservancy.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Pennsylvania State University, in cooperation with Berks County Conservancy and in collaboration with USACE, investigated potential sources of fecal contamination at Blue Marsh Lake.

A brief summary of the bacterial occurrence in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries from this study is. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers owns and operates Blue Marsh Lake located northwest of Reading in Berks County, Pennsylvania.

The multi-purpose project provides flood control to part of the Schuylkill River, but also is a popular recreation, boating, biking, fishing and hiking destination. STATION BLUE MARSH LAKE LOCATIONLat 40`22'45", long 76`01'59", Berks County, Hydrologic Unitat dam on Tulpehocken Creek, mi upstream from gaging station on Tulpehocken Creek (station ), mi northeast of Blue Marsh, mi upstream from Rebers Bridge, and mi southeast of Bernville.

Marsh Creek Lake, Blue Marsh Lake, and Nockamixon Lake. Chester, Berks, and Bucks Counties. Musky Surveys. The. Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) evaluated the tiger muskellunge and Muskellunge populations in Marsh Creek Lake, Blue Marsh Lake, and Nockamixon Lake in late winter and early spring, Blue Marsh Lake Blue Marsh Lake is a Philadelphia District project designed to provide flood control, water supply and enhanced water quality.

It offers extensive. Berks County's largest lake, and arguably one of its best recreation resources, was once farmland. The Tulpehocken Creek cut across this country setting on its course from Lebanon County to Reading.

But in the s, the creek was dammed, creating a massive lake used to control flooding downstream. Farms, barns and other buildings stood in the way. evaluation by assessing the relative abundance and size structure of selected fish species at felled shoreline trees versus un-improved shoreline sites at Blue Marsh Lake on June 2 Felled shoreline tree at Blue Marsh Lake, Berks County.

Blue Marsh Lake is a 1, acre impoundment constructed by the. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In an essay published in the Berks County Historic Review inthe late Richard S.

Sartz recounted summers spent at Fox Lake, near Blue Marsh. "We spent our Fox Lake summers swimming, boating and fishing," Sartz wrote. Some of the region's history was saved, due largely to protests by residents of the area.

At a cost of $, the Gruber. Blue Marsh Lake is in the Reservoirs category for Berks County in the state of Pennsylvania. Blue Marsh Lake is displayed on the Bernville USGS quad topo map. Anyone who is interested in visiting Blue Marsh Lake can print the free topographic map and street map using the link above.

The latitude and longitude coordinates of Blue Marsh Lake are. FS Occurrence of bacteria in Blue Marsh Lake and selected tributaries, Berks County, Pennsylvania; September-October Vector Borne and Zoonotic (animal to human) Disease FS Helping to combat chronic wasting disease.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drinking water in the United States is among the safest in the world. But the World Health Organization has reported 20 percent of the world population has no safe access to drinking water and more than 5 million people die annually from illnesses derived from contaminated drinking water, often carried in open streams, rivers and creeks.

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The lake adjoins 7, acres of State Game Land with prime habitat/cover. Nearly one quarter of its acreage is forest or woodlands.

The lake is fed by the Tulpehocken Creek, which drains a square mile area west of the site. Blue Marsh Lake is located in the Great Valley Section of the Appalachian Valley and Ridge physiographic province.

Author Brantley, Steven R. Title Mount St. Helens, from the eruption to [electronic resource]. Format Online Resource Book Published. Bacteria monitoring is periodically conducted at the County’s three small lake swimming beaches (Fivemile, Pine, and Wilderness).

State standards According to the Washington Water Quality Standards WAC A, fecal coliform levels in lakes shall not exceed a geometric mean value of 50 colonies/ mL and not have more than 10 percent. HSL52/2 HOMELAND SECURITY LEGAL DIVISION REFERENCE BOOK HSC96/ 6 KNOW BEFORE YOU GO HSST9 ?] SEVIS in Salt Lake at the NAFSA Convention: Student and Exchange Visitor Information System: Salt Lake City, UT, May 25HST67 ] Foreign trade zones manual.River Basin Characteristics.

The Blue Marsh project is located in Berks County in southeastern Pennsylvania (see Plate 1). The project is on Tulpehocken Creek, which has its source near the city of Lebanon and flows generally eastward towards its confluence with the Schuylkill River, about seven miles below the dam site at Reading.n bacteria live within rocks kilometers below the Earth's surface.

majority of bacteria cause human disease. C. All organisms with cells containing a membrane-enclosed nucleus and organelles are eukaryotes, whereas all organisms with cells lacking a membrane-enclosed nucleus and organelles are bacteria.