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Types of Waterways

Types of Waterways

July 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

                              Answers: ERVIR is RIVER CNAEO is OCEAN ROOBK is BROOK ITELN is INLET SRTMEA is STREAM OAONGL is LAGOON HCLNAEN is CHANNEL EATUSYR is ESTUARY

Carmans River

Carmans River

March 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

At 10 miles long, the Carmans River in Brookhaven is one of the four largest rivers on Long Island.  The river is fed exclusively from groundwater and is protected by the Long Island Pines Barrens. The first eight miles of the river consists only of fresh water. It then becomes an estuary as it encounters […]

Friends of the Bay

Friends of the Bay

March 1, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

s land within the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor watershed increasingly becomes developed, maintaining the quality of the Estuary is a continuing challenge. Development pressures are mounting, and increases in area population bring challenges such as polluted storm water runoff, reduced open spaces, and increased usage of the land and waterways.