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Middle Fork Brush Creek is a tributary of the West Fork River, located in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. The area has a rich history of coal mining and logging, with evidence of human settlement dating back over 10,000 years. The hydrology of Middle Fork Brush Creek is influenced by both surface water flow and snowpack, with the West Fork River watershed providing a significant source of water. The area is used for agricultural purposes, including grazing and hay production, as well as recreational activities such as fishing, camping, and hiking. The stream is also a popular spot for kayaking and canoeing, with its rapids and scenic views attracting adventure seekers from around the region. Despite its natural beauty, Middle Fork Brush Creek is also under threat from pollution and environmental degradation, highlighting the need for conservation efforts to protect this valuable resource.

June 14, 2024







Gage Height, Ft 24hr Change -0.05%
Percent of Normal 100%
Minimum 14.2 ft
Maximum 23.53 ft
Average 22 ft
Dam_Height 48
Hydraulic_Height 41
Drainage_Area 2.05
Year_Completed 1975
Nid_Storage 2313
Foundations Rock, Soil
Surface_Area 68
Hazard_Potential High
Outlet_Gates Uncontrolled
River_Or_Stream MIDDLE FORK
Dam_Length 845
Primary_Dam_Type Earth
Nid_Height 48

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