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Macroinvertebrates like these actually improve water quality by filters the water through them as they feed.
I wanted to take a picture of some animal life in the creeks.
Faster moving water will help filter the water and usually leads to more oxygenated water.
I took this picture to prove I was researching and taking pictures at Bluffs creek.
This picture is great because it show just how clean the water is as you can see right through to the bottom.
David Place, my facilitator and I meet up to discuss the project together.
I used this water testing kit to record information
This picture shows the past water level of the creek and it gives a great visual of the soil below, the soil is very rocky.
These are brook trout eggs. I had collected several eggs from under rocks in Jay creek.