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City and State
Greenville, South Carolina
A view of the Furman Lake with the water level lowered. The lake was lowered for dredging to completely clear it of algae and sediments. Afterwards, preventive measures would be installed to decrease future surface runoff and siltation.
Worthen, Wade, "Low water level" (2007). Furman Lake Restoration Images. 88.
Additional Affiliated Department, Center or Institute
Biology, Earth and Environmental Science
Furman University; Environmental sciences; Lake restoration; Ecological integrity; Ecosystem management; Water quality; Dredging