Licking River Watershed Watch        www.lickingriver.org
                 Results: Fecal Coliform Sampling        July 14-15,  2000   compiled M.F.Hult
SITE STREAM COUNTY LOCATION Fecal Coliform Fecal Strep FC / FS
L07 Licking River  Pendelton US 27 430 240  1.792
L15 Beaver Cr Menifee Off Rt. 1274 1440 4600 0.31
L16 Slate Creek,  Bath Kendall Springs Rd. 144 3680 0.03
L17 Stoner Creek  Clark Wades Mill Rd Bridge 430 330  1.303
L18 Triplett Creek N Fk Rowan .5mi above WWTP 960 1020 0.94
L19 Triplett Creek N Fk Rowan Iron Bridge US 60 Loop 2880 1350 2.13
L23 Mill Creek  Fleming 324 Bridge at Helena 1448 1280 1.13
L24 Johnson Creek  Fleming Barker Farm 1440 4000 0.36
L25 Fleming Creek  Fleming Newsom Rd Bridge 960 2700 0.35
L26 Locust Br  Fleming SR 1515 Whitaker Farm 1920 3600 0.53
L27 Fox Creek  Fleming Grange City Covered Bridge 480 1400 0.34
L28 Creekooked Creek  Nicholas 500m below 392 &1244 310 280  1.107
L29 Licking River Harrison Claysville Boat Ramp 11000 50000  .22
L30 Licking River,  Harrison South of Quiet Trails Resort 3000 2700  1.111
L34 S. Fk Licking River Pendelton Thaxtons, Hays Station Rd 140 140  1
L35 Kincaid Creek Pendelton 100yds below lake Spillway 70 2000  .035
L38 Banklick Creek Kenton Pioneer park of SR17 1700 1800  .944
L39 Banklick Creek Kenton Mouth of Bank Lick >60000 17000 >3.529
L44 Strodes Creek  Clark Bend W of Pretty Run Rd 2100 490  4.286
L45 Little Stoner Creek Clark US 60 Bridge 560 290  1.931
L46 S. Fk Licking Rv Harrison Downstream of Cynthiana 1100 240  4.583
L47 Townsend Creek,  Bourbon 500' above US27 bridge 430 360  1.194
L49 Creekaney Creek Morgan 1167 E. Creekaney Creek 960 1280 0.75
L50 Creekaney Creek. Morgan Lower Craney, Road Cross. 320 3280 0.09
L54 S. Fk Licking Rv Pendelton Hays Station Rd Bridge 210 50  4.2
L64 Long Branch Harrison .5 mile down Renaker-Berry Rd. at one lane bridge 2800 170  16.471
L65 S. Fork Licking River Harrison above dam at Berry bridge 520 140  3.714
L66 Grassy Creek Pendelton Bridge on 17? South Fork of Grassy Creek. 490 220  2.227
L67 3 Mile Creek Campbell upstream of old Rt 9, Wilder, KY 32000 19000  1.684
L68 Grassy Creek Pendelton North Fork of Grassy Creek 290 170  1.706
L69 Grassy Creek Pendelton Middle Fork of Grassy Creek. 550 300  1.833
L72 Craney Creek Rowan upstream of low water crossing at terminus of poppin Rock Rd. 360 1100 0.32
L73 Tug Fork Campbell Upper Tug Fork Rd & North Reitman  Rd. Camp Springs. 26000 22000  1.182
L75 Tarkiln Branch Morgan upstream of low water crossing, Kellacy Falls COunty Road, off SR 985 3360 3880 0.86
L76 Licking River Bath Downstream of confluence of Slate Creek...first riffle plus 100m. 1440 1320 1.09
L77 Licking River Rowan 4 1/2 miles West on 1722 - Ellington Ford 408 1620 0.25
L78 S. Fork Licking River Harrison Below bridge at Lair 90 320  .281
L83 Licking River Nicholas at N Blue Licks 4300 1300  3.308
L84 Licking River Nicholas at Rt 57 3200 520  6.154
L85 Dry Creek Boone Above Dry Ck WWTP 22000 1300  16.923
L87 Johnson Creek. Robertson   1440 2800 0.51
L88 North Fork Robertson   1920 2650 0.72
L89 Brushy Fk of Blue Lick Creek Nicholas Brushy Fork At Miller Station Rd. 350 480  .729
L90 Four Mile Creek Campbell on Rt 547 4 miles from Ohio River left side of the
 Road near private drive and bridge
>60000 45000  1.333
L91 Licking River Nicholas 300 Meters downstream of KY 32 Bridge at Myers Station 8000 4300  1.86
L92 Fleming Creek Nicholas At Mouth of Fleming 4600 1100  4.182
Explanation: For more information: contact Marc Hult,  Director, LRWW
email: hult@hydrologist.com   859-261-3882
Good =    Less than 200 Colonies per 100 ml
Swimming Standard =    200 colonies per 100ml. (Exceedences in yellow )
Boating Standard  =    1000 colonies per 100ml (Exceedences  in orange)
Water Supply Standard +   2000 colonies per 100ml (Exceedences  in red )
Note:1  Kentucky regulatory standards are based on  5 samples obtained within a 30-day period
Note 2: FC=Fecal Coliform in Colonies per 100 ML, FS=Fecal Strep;   FC/FS is ratio  
Note 3 Previous studies suggest that the higher the ratio of Fecal Coliform to Fecal Strep, (see column labeled FC/FS)  
the more likely that the source is predominantly from humans rather than other animals. The applicability of this rule-of-thumb varies.