Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Currents Vol. 21 Issue 2, Spring 2002
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Brian Buzby presents an overview of the findings of the water quality standards revisions and what that means inspections will include.
Carolyn Smith details the regulations for surface water transfer and what the documentation of such includes.
A workshop on shoreline erosion presents a new winning way to control erosion in the form of riprap which is varying sized stones either natural or cement-type.
Sam Toler recounts the first leg of a canoeing journey down Swift Creek and the adventures that ensued on his trip. From beavers to abandoned Weldon’s Mill the trip is recounted.
Paul Blount describes Rocky Mount’s drinking water treatment plants and how that ties in with the reservoir and the wastewater treatment plant. More users of the water are needed in order to release the 50 million gallons a day required to keep the constant flow in the river downstream.