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Ground-water resources of the Erie-Niagara basin, New York

Basin Planning Report ENB-3

Prepared for the Erie-Niagara Basin Regional Water Resources Planning Board
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Abstract

The Erie-Niagara basin, New York, borders Lake Erie and the Niagara River and includes the principal part of their drainage basin in New York. The area extends from the Cattaraugus Creek basin on the south to the Tonawanda Creek basin on the north. The northern part of the area and a narrow belt along Lake Erie are in the Erie-Ontario Lowlands, a region of low relief. The remainder of the area lies in the Appalachian Uplands, an area of considerable relief.

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Publication type:
Report
Publication Subtype:
Other Government Series
Title:
Ground-water resources of the Erie-Niagara basin, New York
Series title:
Basin Planning Report
Series number:
ENB-3
Year Published:
1968
Language:
English
Publisher:
New York State Water Resources Commission
Publisher location:
Albany, NY
Description:
ix, 114 p.; 5 Plates
Number of Pages:
126
Country:
United States
State:
New York