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   code: HN10001
   sample type: General Multiple Habitats
   sample_id:8190
   client_sample_code: (missing)
   subproject: HN58
   label: HN1/54
   record created by: John Wallace
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1 SUBSAMPLES:

    HN10001 DT1 (subsample_id=115242)
 
 
 SITE:

   site code: HN1   site_id: 17424
   North Fork Holston River, Smyth Co, VA, US 
      NEON domain: not applicable
   state: Virginia (VA)
This is an area on the North Fork of the Holston in Smyth County, approximately three miles above Saltville. It extended from the riffles approximately 600 feet upstream from the bridge on State Route 633 to about 300 feet upstream from the bridge. The river bed in this area was mostly sand and gravel although some bedrock was present. Patches of Potamogeton and Chara were common. In the riffle were rocks and rubble. A small island covered with Polygonum occupied the center of the station. Scattered here and there were very small patches of mud. The immediate banks were grassy. They merged almost immediately into the edges of the flood plain which were covered by deciduous trees - sycamores, walnuts and willows. Behind the trees on the right bank was crop land, while on the left bank the trees gave way to pastures. These trees bordering the edge of the river produced a considerable amount of shade. (1955 report.)
   latitude in decimal: 36.888183
   longitude in decimal: -81.767683
   waterbody type: stream / river
   ecoregion:
     Eastern Temperate Forests
       Ozark, Ouachita-Appalachian Forests
         Ridge and Valley
   county: Smyth
   country: United States (US)


   year: 1954
   collected on: 6/29/1954 12:00:00 AM
   installation_date: 6/29/1954 12:00:00 AM
   added to database on: 10/26/2005 4:33:00 PM, added by: dbo
   sample record last modified on: 8/22/2011 5:54:00 PM, modified by: pboylan
 
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