NANFA-- Lat/Long Coordinates for Coastal Trip Sites

Bruce Stallsmith (
Tue, 22 Jun 2004 18:14:37 -0400

This message is really aimed-in-the other 9 people who went on the coastal
collecting trip in SC last Friday. I took a GPS reading-in-each of the 4
collecting sites we visited, so I wanted to make these data available to
people. My apologies to the other 180 of you...

1) Murph Creek
N 33 deg., 38.115 minutes, W 80 deg. 53.481 minutes, Elevation 265 ft.

2) East of Goose Creek and Naval Weapons Lab, basin connected to the Cooper
River, in North Charleston (I think?)
N 32 deg., 58.010 minutes, W 79 deg. 56.275 minutes
Total Dissolved Solids 60 ppm, pH 9.0 (the latter is an effect of intense
photosynthesis in the water, I'd guess)

3) Ashley River,-in-SC Highway 7 bridge, in Charleston
N 32 deg., 50.079 minutes, W 79 deg., 59.223 minutes

4) Salt Marsh off of Highway 17 (next to the ice cream place!)
N 32 deg., 48.056 minutes, W 80 deg., 6.548 minutes

My seine net still smells like the last collecting site...

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A
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