Saturday, March 24, 2018

Results from Wednesday, March 21st 2018

"Let's put more spots on that map." Jordan said, with enthusiasm after viewing a map that displays hammerdirt surveys from 2017. We began doing just that, later that day, I demonstrated the survey form on my phone, briefed him on the trash survey protocol, and we were ready for the next day.

Here are the results from Wednesday 

Total number of pieces: 216
Survey length: 26m
Density: 8.3 pcs per meter
Water Ph: not available
Weather: Light rain/wind
Time: 80 minutes

And some pics...

Monday, January 29, 2018

New debris survey results-January 27th, 2018

Location: confluence of Cordova Creek and the American River

Date: January 27th 2018

Survey: 292 pieces

Comments: No water Ph values were measured on this survey (I forgot to pack my digital Ph meter..).
stay tuned for more details of the survey results

Here are some pics...

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Results for today, Wednesday,April 19th 2017 at Cordova Creek

111 pieces, American River Ph 9.0, Cordova Creek Ph 8.7. AR flows are still higher than average, someone has placed a makeshift wire cage/trap for the debris in just the right place (for now), as this thing appears to have captured a significant amount, but without the actual data, it is unknown. What is known is in the database and the following photos....oh, and dragonflies!

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Results for Wed. March 15th, 2017

280pcs, some less common, AR Ph 7.5, CC Ph 9.1, most cans and foil from creek bed. Ideal survey conditions, trash kept me too busy to photo nature, heres images...

Monday, March 13, 2017

Schedule for this Wednesday, March 15th 2017

Hammerdirt California personnel (myself), will be at the confluence of Cordova Creek and the American River this Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. until approx.1:15., conducting the routine survey activities. All are welcome to come check it out.

from 3/1/2017

from 2016

Tuesday, March 7, 2017


We will be at the confluence of Cordova Creek and the American River at 10a.m,see you there