Delaware River basin, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware: letter from the Secretary of the Army transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, dated April 2, 1962, submitting a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a review of the Delaware River and tributaries, requested by a resolution of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, adopted April 13, 1950, and other resolutions of that Committee and of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, listed in the report, Volume 5
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MAJOR WATER IMPOUNDING PLAN 8
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Acquire public fish acreage acres agricultural anadromous annual average Basher Kill Burlington County Castle County catadromous Class Class 33 Coastal Plain Section cold-water corn County cover Creek cropland cropland harvested dairy damages deer Delaware Basin Delaware River Basin elevation erosion fish and wildlife fishery resources flood forest land grain habitat habitat improvement hunting opportunity hydrologic impoundments increase industrial irrigation Jersey lakes Lehigh Lehigh River livestock low flow major marshes ment needed Neversink River pasture Paulins Kill Pennsylvania percent Phase Physiographic Region Piedmont Piedmont Section ponds pool population portion potential poultry present Problem Area production public hunting recreational reservoir result run-off Schuylkill sediment silage soil species square mile stream fisheries Subbasin surface Table tion Tocks Island topography tributaries trout stream type of farming Upland Section upstream urban vegetables water supply waterfowl watershed wetland woodland yield