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WATERSHEDS - 7/11 to 7/17
With the Flow Ohio – Watershed Report for the Week of July 11 to July 17, 2022
Previous Reports

SPILLS - July 1 to 9, 2022
There were 20 incident reports during this perdiod. The following incidents had the largest spills:

Guernsey County
July 6th, 2022 - In Byesville (Guernsey), was a 200-gallon diesel fuel spill. None of the material was recovered from the spill site. (39.97, -81.54) (Wills Creek Watershed/Muskingum)

Stark County
July 6th, 2022 – In Perry Township (Stark), 100 gallons of non-PCB oil were spilled. 100 gallons were recovered from the spill location. (40.817, -81.53)

Portage County
July 1st, 2022 – In Brimfield Township (Portage), was a spill of 100 gallons of diesel fuel. None of the fuel was recovered from the spill site. (41.086, -81.392) (Case#2207EPA0000994) (Cuyahoga River Watershed) -

HABS - July 11 to 17, 2022

Grand Lake, St. Mary’s Camp, Windy Point
Recreational Public Health Advisory for Algal Bloom/Toxin alert remains active for the 53rd day in Auglaize County

East Fork Lake, East Fork Campground
June 24, 2022, Recreational Public Health Advisory algal toxin alert, day 17 (updated July 11, 2022)

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WATERSHEDS RIVERS COUNTIES TOPOGRAPHY

WATERSHED DATA
Complete data on Ohio watersheds, rivers, streams, reservoirs, regulators and community water systems.

STREAMFLOW
The USGS Network of Streamflow Monitors: A 24/7 Flood Warning System
Interview with Thomas Harris, Chief, Hydrologic Networks USGS, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana Water Science Centre.

Streamflow Matters
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