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South Branch River Survey Project – Phase 1



South Branch Watershed Association of Hampshire County (SBWAHC) South Branch River Survey Project – Phase I

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SEGMENT B



Detail  – B 1 Erosion
Detail  – B 10 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 101 Rip rap
Detail  – B 102 Trees and debris
Detail  – B 103 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 104 Erosion
Detail  – B 105 Low Bank erosion
Detail  – B 106 Camps
Detail  – B 107 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 108 High bank erosion
Detail  – B 109 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 11 Erosion/cattle
Detail  – B 110 High bank erosion(slump)
Detail  – B 111 Erosion in between trees
Detail  – B 112 Small erosion (slip of some sort)
Detail  – B 113 Erosion
Detail  – B 114 Rip rap
Detail  – B 115 Erosion
Detail  – B 116 Erosion (2 sites 50' total)
Detail  – B 117 Erosion
Detail  – B 118 Erosion
Detail  – B 119 Erosion from trib.
Detail  – B 12 Rip Rap (eroded before rip rap starts)
Detail  – B 120 Erosion
Detail  – B 13 Erosion from Cattle
Detail  – B 14 Tree
Detail  – B 15 Erosion due to cattle (9 small sites in on bi
Detail  – B 16 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 17 erosion
Detail  – B 18 Erosion
Detail  – B 19 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 2 Tree roots/low bank erosion
Detail  – B 20 Erosion under camps (intermittent)
Detail  – B 21 4 trees
Detail  – B 22 Erosion
Detail  – B 23 Erosion
Detail  – B 24 Trib / erosion
Detail  – B 25 Erosion below Camps
Detail  – B 26 Erosion/ beach like sand and silt
Detail  – B 27 Erosion below camps
Detail  – B 28 Erosion
Detail  – B 29 Debris on bank
Detail  – B 3 Erosion between trees due to unfenced pasture
Detail  – B 30 Erosion (silt top/ cobble bottom)
Detail  – B 32 Mostly low bank erosion
Detail  – B 34 Debris piles (large)
Detail  – B 35 Erosion cobble face
Detail  – B 36 Large debris piles (2)
Detail  – B 37 Erosion (silt top/cobble bottom)
Detail  – B 38 Erosion
Detail  – B 39 Erosion (15% intermittent high bank)
Detail  – B 4 Erosion below camps/intermittent
Detail  – B 40 Tree and erosion
Detail  – B 41 Erosion about 75%
Detail  – B 42 Trestle bridge debris (completely across trib
Detail  – B 43 Large pile of trees
Detail  – B 44 High bank Erosion
Detail  – B 45 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 46 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 47 Erosion
Detail  – B 48 Erosion (some trees in water also)
Detail  – B 49 Erosion intermittent in between trees
Detail  – B 5 Erosion/ undercut/ slumps
Detail  – B 50 Erosion
Detail  – B 51 Erosion
Detail  – B 52 Bank stabilization project (Rip Rap I think)
Detail  – B 53 Erosion - slightly past B52
Detail  – B 54 Erosion
Detail  – B 55 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 56 Erosion (silt top ; cobble bottom)
Detail  – B 57 Leaning tree creating slip and erosion
Detail  – B 58 Encroaching structure/bank stabilization
Detail  – B 59 Erosion ( not all exposed bank some grass gro
Detail  – B 6 Tree and debris
Detail  – B 60 Bank stabilization (Large rock)
Detail  – B 61 Bank stabilization project
Detail  – B 62 Erosion (high bank)
Detail  – B 63 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 64 House or camp
Detail  – B 65 Large debris pile on bank
Detail  – B 66 Erosion
Detail  – B 67 Low bank erosion (roots holding it somewhat)
Detail  – B 68 Erosion
Detail  – B 69 Tall shale bank
Detail  – B 7 Debris pile ( houses, but high on bank)
Detail  – B 70 Camp causing erosion
Detail  – B 71 Erosion
Detail  – B 72 Erosion
Detail  – B 73 Erosion caused by fallen tree
Detail  – B 74 Erosion caused by camp
Detail  – B 75 Rip rap project
Detail  – B 76 Erosion with homemade bank stabilization
Detail  – B 77 Camp with homemade stabilization holding up w
Detail  – B 78 Erosion
Detail  – B 79 Erosion
Detail  – B 8 Erosion
Detail  – B 81 Erosion
Detail  – B 82 Rip rap project near tressle
Detail  – B 83 Erosion
Detail  – B 84 End of rip rap project/camp
Detail  – B 85 Erosion due to campers
Detail  – B 86 Erosion
Detail  – B 87 Erosion due to camps
Detail  – B 88 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 89 Erosion
Detail  – B 9 Erosion/ some slumps inter-mixed
Detail  – B 90 Erosion due to camps
Detail  – B 91 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 92 Erosion due to cattle
Detail  – B 93 Low bank erosion
Detail  – B 94 Erosion due to trib.
Detail  – B 95 Erosion
Detail  – B 96 House trailer/ stabilization (couldn't be mea
Detail  – B 97 Erosion/ stabilization/ camp
Detail  – B 98 Erosion
Detail  – B 99 Bus, 4 cars and tank used for bank stabilizat
Detail  – B11.5 Rip Rap (John Hicks farm)

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