THE SPRING CREEK WATERSHED ATLAS
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Fisherman’s Paradise – An Historic Reach of Spring Creek
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The Senior Environmental Corps: Volunteers Monitoring Water Quality
Betsie Blumberg, Member of the Atlas Workgroup and CCPaSEC Every month members of the local chapter of the Pennsylvania Senior...
Invasive Plants of the Spring Creek Watershed
By Terry Melton, Ph.D., Director, ClearWater Conservancy; Secretary, Nittany Valley Environmental Coalition Our Centre Region is blessed...
Flora of the Spring Creek Canyon Trail
Take a walk during any season along the 4.4-mile trail winding its way along Spring Creek Canyon and you’ll be rewarded with a dizzying...
Vernal Pools—Seasonal Ponds for Special Amphibians
Dynamic Wetlands in Time and Space: Vernal pools are wetlands that experience alternating periods of flooding and drying, and are...
Common Aquatic Invertebrates in the Spring Creek Watershed
A female Callibaetis mayfly from Millbrook Marsh. Aquatic invertebrates are animals without backbones that live in water. Invertebrates...
Crayfish in Spring Creek
Among all the invertebrates in Spring Creek, crayfish probably have the most profound effect on the ecology of the stream, yet they are...
Status of Fish Populations
The following article has been condensed from the publication “The Fishery of Spring Creek – A Watershed Under Siege” by Robert F....