Slide Railroad Bridge Over the Gwynns Run (2015)
archival pigment print
19.25 x 40 inches
Slide Gwynns Falls Under I-95, Carroll Park (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 40 inches
Slide The "Glyndon Karst" (Butler Road Bridge) (2016)
archival pigment print
9 x 41 inches
Slide Villanova BES Stream Monitoring Site (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 31.5 inches
Slide Purple Ball, Dead Run (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 23 inches
Slide Angel of the Stream Monitoring Site,
Baisman Run
(2015)
archival pigment print
18 x 12 inches
Slide Stream Scientist and Intern, Carroll Park Trash Weir Stream Monitoring Site (2014)
archival pigment print
12 x 18 inches
Slide Sewage Fungus, Gwynns Run, Carroll Park (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 18 inches
Slide Whitetail Dragonfly, Carroll Park (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 14 inches
Slide Lady Slipper and Little Man, Baisman Run (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 18 inches
Slide Yoyo in Tree Branch Over Dead Run (2015)
archival pigment print
18 x 12 inches
Slide Western Run Cemetery Hill Collapse
(Mother Marie Vogler)
(2015)
archival pigment print
18 x 12 inches
Slide Abandoned Farm Equipment, Horsehead Branch, Owings Mills (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 18 inches
Slide "Urban Karst"Formations, Glyndon (2015)
archival pigment print
12 x 18 inches
Slide "Glyndon Karst" Cave Painting (2015)
one of the source photographs for the 3D file
Slide "Glyndon Karst" Cave Painting (2015)
acrylic and oil on high-density urethane foam
16 x 15.5 x 1.75 inches

Once a week, year round for 20 years, BES field researchers visited the 10 stream monitoring sites in the Gwynns Falls watershed shown on this modified Google Earth map. At each site they downloaded information about the week’s flow from monitoring equipment and take water samples for chemical analysis. The data, collected since the BES began in 1997, helps scientists understand the effects of land use on streams. These photographs were taken at or near the 10 stream sampling locations, between rural Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville, MD, and Carroll Park, in a heavily industrial section of southwest Baltimore City.

Please inquire to see additional photographs of the Gwynns Falls.
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Watershed Moments exhibition installation
Exhibition Installation
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Gwynns Falls Under I-95, Carroll Park (2015)
Urban Streams
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Mosquitoes Caught in Trap, West Baltimore
Mosquito Study
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