Represented to the left is the course of the Neshaminy Creek, a cojoining contributor to the Delaware River. Mentioned earlier in my blog is the threat of impervious surfaces during periods of heavy rainfall, mainly in areas that receive acidic precipiation, such as the Delaware River Basin.

This map will be returned to shortly, for a detailed G.IS. analysis, attributing water conditions in relation to the impervious surfaces, during periods of both drought and heavy precipitation. The Neshaminy Creek is home to an array of biotic organisms; however it also flows through heavy development, and the increase of impermeability can lead to a decrease in environmental prosperity.


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