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Photo Gallery for Turbidity barriers - not delayed construction - are protecting North Dakota fish



This photo shows shows a "turbidity barrier" channeling off a section of the waterway during bridge-construction work. The orange foam "balls" in the picture allow the barrier to float. Chain weights on the bottom (not shown) keep the barrier stable.
Photo by Photo by NDOT.
This floating turbidity barrier protected fish from bridge-construction debris.

Updated: 12/12/2012
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