Spanish Fork River
A reach of Soldier Creek that is undergoing rehabilitation.
The turbidity of the water is typical for Soldier Creek
due to the highly erosive soils in much of the drainage basin.
Thistle Creek, the other main tributary of the Spanish
Fork River. This reach was rehabilitated in 1998.
Changes included creating meanders, adding root wads
and other in-stream structures, cutting down high banks,
and replanting willows.
A reach of upper Thistle Creek that underwent rehabilitation in 2002.
A reach of the Spanish Fork River near Diamond Fork
rehabilitated in Fall 2003.
UVSC Biology students (Steve Haymore and Nick Groneman)
sampling macroinvertebrates with a Hess sampler in the
Spanish Fork River (July 2003).
Hobble Creek near Springville, Utah.
This site is used as a reference site for macroinvertebrate
communities of area streams.