What happened on the Alapahoochee River? 2018-11-14

Twenty five times the state limit for Fecal coliform could be a problem. What got into the Alapahoochee River last week?

Graph, Alapaha Basin

GA 135, Alapahoochee River, Alapaha Basin

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GA 135, Alapahoochee River, Alapaha Basin

Thanks to Valdosta Utilities and Valdosta City Clerk Teresa Bolden for sending this Wednesday’s Valdosta water quality testing data before the end of Friday; I’m the slow one this time. For more context, see http://wwals.net/issues/vww/.

Map of Stations, Stations

Map of Stations, Stations

Graph, Withlacoochee Basin

Bacteria were also back up a bit in the Withlacoochee Basin, but not like on the Alapahoochee River.

Graph, Withlacoochee Basin

GA 133, Withlacoochee River, Withlacoochee Basin

GA 133, Withlacoochee River, Withlacoochee Basin

For more see Water Quality Testing.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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Map in Water Reporter

Here is the map of this data in Water Reporter. Click on one of the diamond shapes to see graphs.

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