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Sharon asks…

What was the most recent flood of the Hudson River in NY and how high was it?

The flood levels are based on NGVD of 1929. The 100 year Flood Plain of the Hudson River in NYC is 10. What are the recorded floods and levels on record?

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The Expert answers:

Look on web and a did not find the answer
try call the nooa weather in nyc the will know the answer

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Steven asks…

How would cleanup from a radioactive leak from the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in the Hudson River work?

At the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, they use water from the Hudson River to cool the nuclear reactors. Apparently, there has been a leak from the power plant into the Hudson River in New York. They are supposed to be able to clean this leak. I am wondering, how will they clean this leak? How will they be able to seperate the few areas of radioactivity from such a large river? Any ideas?

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Just let it flow into the sea and stop worrying. What leak anyway?

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Ken asks…

Was the “King’s Bridge” located up the Hudson River or the East River during the Revolutionary War?

I am reading a book about it and am confused. At first, I thought it was at the tip of the Hudson to block some British shipping, and the Constitution Bridge was at the south end for that same purpose. But now, the book acts like it is up the East River? I can’t find any maps of it. Help?
So, was the Constitution Bridge at the south tip of the Harlem River?

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The King’s Bridge was located at the very north end of the Harlem River, which flows between the East River and the Hudson River. The American troops had to cross this on their retreat out of Manhattan Island. If you’re looking for a good map of the battles around New York in August through October 1776 there are two detailed ones on page 26 and 28 of the book A Battlefield Atlas of the American Revolution by Craig L. Symonds and William J. Clipson (1986).

There were no other bridges across the Harlem River other than the King’s Bridge and Dykeman’s (sometimes called William’s) Bridge (a smaller bridge right near King’s Bridge) that I know of. There was also a ferry further south on the Harlem River called Holland’s Ferry (it’s sometimes referred to as a bridge, but it was a ferry). There were no bridges between Manhattan Island and the Hudson or East Rivers at the time (which are both much wider there). I’m not sure what the “Constitution Bridge” could be.

Here’s a link to a c.1778 map of the Harlem River which shows all of the above mentioned crossings – you have to use the bubbles below the map and the thumbnail image on the right to zoom in and move around.
Http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/map_item.pl?data=/home/www/data/gmd/gmd380/g3804/g3804n/ar116700.jp2&style=armap&itemLink=D?gmd:6:./temp/~ammem_9PnI::&title=[Disposition%20of%20British%20troops,%20with%20fortifications%20north%20of%20Fort%20Knipehausen,%20i.e.%20Fort%20Washington%20to%20Fort%20Independence.

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Carol asks…

Is there a possibility this is what happened at the Hudson River landing?

This just came to light…

http://www.cachinnate.net/2010/08/hudsonriver-landing-spoof-comedy.html

Mike Beech (another hijacked account). Not really, but he is on the left of the bell curve.

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The Expert answers:

I’m still laughing!!
That was hilarious!!

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Susan asks…

What is the “fastest” route from the Hudson River?

What is the “fastest” route from the Hudson River to Buffalo?

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The Expert answers:

The Erie Canal will be the slowest “pace” in terms of the actual speed of your boat (canal speed limit)… But it is the quickest route to actually get on Lake Erie at Buffalo. Besides, it is the most direct route and will infact save a lot of fuel cost.

Link below gives your options and explains the routes.

John

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