Normandy Pond Stream

Tributary of Classford Brook, next to Normandy Pond (no link at this point)

Normandy, Surrey, United Kingdom

This is a very straight section of stream that runs between Normandy Pond and the A323. It is not much more than a ditch. Ferns grow along its edge and it has a stony bottom
The surrounding vegetation is wooded.
At this point, there is no link between the pond to the north and the stream. The pond overflow goes into the stream about 30m downstream.
The stream sources are the springs at the edge of the sandy ranges to the North of Normandy and the clay.
WTW is clan.dwarves.lamenting.
the sample point is roughly opposite a bench beside the Pond where the stream is easily accessed.
Kick-sampling with children has found a lot of dragonfly larvae, freshwater shrimp and cased-caddisfly larvae here as well as a bullhead fish.

Location created by
Philippa Mitchell
  • Lat: 51.2563606
  • Lng: -0.6707553
  • Waterbody Type: Stream
  • Timezone: Europe/London

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Observation tests summary

Air temperature °C
13.0 Latest
16.1 Average
Water temperature °C
10.2 Latest
12.4 Average
Alkalinity mg/L
40 Latest
20 Average
Hardness mg/L
50 Latest
85 Average
Nitrates mg/L
0.0 Latest
0.1 Average
Chlorine ppm
0.0 Latest
0.0 Average
Phosphates total ppm
0.0 Latest
0.0 Average
Conductivity μS/cm
347 Latest
375 Average
pH (0-14)
6.4 Latest
6.4 Average