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Benthic habitat on West Branch Susquehanna River near Milton, PA
West Branch Susquehanna River near Lewisburg, PA
West Branch Susquehanna River at Montoursville, PA
West Branch Susquehanna River near Watsontown, Pennsylvania.
Underwater footage of the bouldery substrate of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River near Milton State Park, August 23, 2010. Caddisfly nets, plants, and mussels are visible. Boulders are blackened by magnesium oxides from mine discharge.
A sojourn up the West Branch of the Susquehanna River between Lewisburg and Milton, Pennsylvania on a calm July morning in 2010.
Bucknell on the Susquehanna students spend a day down the Long Reach of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River to the Great Bend at Muncy, PA as part of a on guided sojourn to learn about the geologic evolution of the Susquehanna River and its natural-history and ecology.
These rapids - formed at the head of an island where the river is split in two - are only class 1, but they provide a refreshing change to the calmer, flatter reaches of the West Branch in between. Taken on August 27, 2010 around 10:30 am.