Re: NANFA-- A Parable

Dave Neely (
Sun, 07 Nov 1999 11:08:23 CST


>"Really. You know that section of I-70 that cuts through Sideling >Hill
>Mountain? Well, the creek that runs under the bridge, just >after the
>mountain, by the Amoco station--that's were that fish is >from."

A very good story. Bummers they're introduced, but I guess you can't have
everything. Has the Maryland State Highway Administration stopped storing
extra road salt under bridges? They had a salt pile about 30' high under
the I-68 bridge, immediately next to the creek- a buddy of mine's MS thesis
was supposed to be on the effects of road salt on fish and invertebrate
distributions. I think he was seeing salinities on the order of 15-20ppt (!)
in some areas of the creek near roads... and we found a lot of shell
material, but few live mussels.


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