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Picture of a combined sewage overflow outflow point during Sept. 2009 flooding in Atlanta, Georgia.



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September 2009 Flooding
Alcovy River near Stewart (02209260)

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Alcovy River near Stewart, taken on the morning of Sept. 23rd, 2009. This station, along with Yellow River at GA 212, near Stewart, GA, are lake-standards monitoring stations for Lake Jackson. Photo by Phil Albertson, USGS.

Alcovy River near Stewart, taken on the morning of Sept. 23rd, 2009.

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