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Proceedings of the 15th Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst and the 3rd Appalachian Karst Symposium
resulted in significant mortality to young fish. Following these events, the Maryland Geological Survey (MGS) conducted a study to determine the possible catchment area that might contribute water, as well as sediment, to the spring (Duigon, 2009) . That study indicated that the groundwater divide doesn't coincide with the surface-water divide, and that the contributing area is partly controlled by faulting. On December 5, 2016, the hatchery spring again experienced a major turbidity event thatdoi:10.5038/9780991000982.1045 fatcat:iwcbtm7f65ahbhwbz4dwzjlm3q