Secondary Channel

Secondary Channel

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Along the side of Browns Island and land mass on the other side of the Mississippi river runs a secondary channel. The channel is rather narrow and meets up at the pool number 22 dam. A traditional channel is an area that contains flowing water confined by banks. A secondary channel however is an additional channel that is on its own from the main channel. It offers another route for water to flow and be directed. This serves as an exemplar secondary channel because it can be clearly seen in action from both the river and from Google Earth.


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