Re: NANFA-- River Use Issues in GA/AL/FL

Jay DeLong (
Fri, 15 Dec 2000 21:23:26 -0800

I'm wondering whether that small stream would be able to cut a channel in
the ground suitable for fishes and such. And if it did, wouldn't the water
eventally effectively leave the dam high and dry (path of least resistance
and all that)?

Jay DeLong
Olympia, WA

At 08:50 PM 12/15/00, you wrote: >I asked one time if anyone had ever invented a practical fish ladder for a >dam? I have often thought of maybe a small stream that exits from the dam >impoundment somewhere up stream of the dam and is allowed to roam around over >a couple of miles before finding it's way back to the tail waters of the dam. >Does this sound practical? > >Moon

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