Rivers of the United States, Volume III: The Eastern and Southeastern States

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John Wiley & Sons, 1996 - Nature - 848 pages
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This book details the biological and physical characteristics of river systems in the eastern and southeastern United States. Future volumes will deal with the Mississippi drainage, rivers of the American west and southwest, pollution and environmental management.
 

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on page 151 of the article on the Hudson River, it states that the Catskill mountains can be seen from the river 50 miles north of Troy, that's not correct they're the Adirondacks not the Catskills

Contents

New England Headwaters
1
Main StemKennebec River
72
Main StemConnecticut River
114
HeadwatersHudson River
150
HeadwatersMidAtlantic Piedmont Streams
169
HeadwatersMidAtlantic Hardwater
237
HeadwatersMidAtlantic Appalachian
266
Streams of the New Jersey Pine Barrens
295
Main StemJames River
421
Southeastern Piedmont Headwaters
476
Southeastern Coastal Plain Headwaters
529
Main StemCape Fear River
621
Main StemCongaree River
656
Main StemWateree River
687
Savannah River
717
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Main StemPotomac River
333

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Dr. Patrick is a 1996 recipient of the President's National Medal of Science, the most prestigious scientific honor in American Science. She holds the Francis Boyer chair of Limnology at the National Academy of Sciences in Philadelphia.

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