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Greenville, South Carolina
Parking areas, lawns, and roadways in the Furman Lake’s watershed had storm drains like this one that emptied directly into the lake or the two tributary streams. This eroded the lakeshore or stream bank at the point of entry, and contributed nutrients and sediments to the lake and streams.
Worthen, Wade, "Drainpipe before lake restoration" (2006). Furman Lake Restoration Images. 9.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Earth and Environmental Science
Furman University; Environmental sciences; Lake restoration; Ecological integrity; Ecosystem management; Water quality; Sediment transport; Soil erosion; Reservoir sedimentation