Watershed Profile: Young Woman's Creek near North Bend, PA


Watershed Overview
The Young Womans Creek Watershed lies in the corners of Potter, Lycoming, and Clinton Counties, PA and flows south to its confluence with the West Branch Susquehanna River near the town of North Bend, PA. The monitoring station is located on the Right Hand Branch Young Womans Creek in Sproul State Forest.
Drainage Characteristics
  • Drainage Area (square miles): 40.95
  • Total Stream Length (miles): 62.50
  • Average Annual Flow at Station (NHD) (cfs): 67.30
  • Population (2010): 197
Stream Classifications (Pennsylvania)
Designation Miles
Exceptional Value 62.46
Total 62.46
  • Land Use
  • Description Percentage
    Water 0.32
    Developed Open Space 3.27
    Low Urban 0.01
    Deciduous Forest 57.94
    Coniferous Forest 1.83
    Mixed Forest 34.93
    Shrub Scrub 0.92
    Grassland Herbaceous 0.74
    Pasture/Hay 0.06
    Wetlands 0.29
Underlying Geology
Rock Type Percentage
Sandstone 100.00
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Recent Results
Sample Time 12/5/2020 5:00:00 PM
Temperature  (C) 5.15
Specific Conductivity  (mS/cm) 0.037
PH 6.89
Turbidity  (NTU+) 2.24
Dissolved Oxygen  (mg/L) 12.52
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Natural Gas
  • Natural Gas Pads 0
  • Natural Gas Water Withdrawals 0
Public Water Supply Withdrawals
  • Groundwater 1
  • Surface Water 0
NPDES Discharges
Description Count
Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation 0
Mining/Quarry 0
Stormwater 0
Wastewater Treatment Plant/Sewage Treatment Plant 0
Other 0