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SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA FIELD OFFICE
The J-hook is a gently sloping structure (2-7% slope) located on the outside of a bend. It has a “vane” portion which covers 1/3 the width of the bankfull channel and a "hook" that covers the middle 1/3 (not visible in photograph).
For more information visit: The Cross-vane, W-weir and J-hook Vane Structures... Their Description, Design and application for Stream Stabilization and River Restoration by D.L. Rosgen.
J-hook structure used in stream restoration
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South Martha Washington Wetlands
Southern Tip Ecological Partnership, Phase III
Veterans Memorial Park Dam
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