Cape FearBy: Tyria Dellinger
Location•The cape fear river is located in the costal plains.• in north Carolina.
Tributaries    /Total Miles /And Square         Miles•Fear River Basin has 6,049 miles of streams and rivers. This include...
Places that get water from      the water basin•Regions, near Greensboro and High Point, and ends on the coast.
Historical background
Cape Fear River   By: Evey Morris
Location   The Cape Fear River goes from the    piedmont and flows into the coastal plains.
Main River and Tributaries   The main river is the Cape Fear River   Cape Fear has two main tributaries, the    Black Ri...
Total miles and Square miles   The total miles of the Cape Fear River and    the streams are 6,584 miles.   The square m...
Counties and Cities that use the water    Counties: 26            Cities:        Lee            Wilmington (main)     Chat...
Historical Facts   Giovanni da Verrazano was the first known    European explorer to arrive in the Cape    Fear Region.
Plants and Animals          Plants:                     Animals:   American Elm tree          red-cockaded              ...
Other Facts
Broad RiverChristian Parsley
Facts About the Broad River Basin• From the foothills into the piedmont of North  Carolina• The main river is the Broad Ri...
Counties and Cities in the           Broad River Basin• Cities include Chimney Rock Village, Saluda,  Columbus, Tryon, Gil...
Historical Facts• Hickory Nut Falls was used in the battle scenes  of the movie The Last of the Mohicans.
Plants• Contains one of the rarest and most globally  endangered White Irisette
Animals• Salamanders like the Green, Blue Ridge Gray-  cheeked, and South Mountain Gray-cheeked
Other Interesting Facts• The Broad River basin contains the Bat Cave.  It is 300 feet long and 85 feet high with more  tha...
• Trout fishing is very popular in the rivers and  lakes of the basin.
Little Tennessee River    BY: Ciera Mathis
Information• In the mountains• Main rivers- Cullasaja, Nantahala,  Tuckasegree, Cheoah rivers• Major lakes- Fontana, Sante...
Streams & Rivers• Total miles of streams & rivers -2,501• River basin size- 1,797• The Fontana river alone is – 480 feet l...
Counties or citiesSylvaCherokeeMacon County
Pictures
Historical FactsThe Tennessee River is the largest tributary of   the Ohio River.Its formed at the confluence of the Holst...
Animals•   Fish•   Elk•   Squirrel•   Rabbits•   Opposums•   Raccoons•   Deer•   Birds•   Etc…..
Plants• Mountain Camellia• Wild Petunia• Etc….
Facts• You can go Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Hunting  and much more.• They found bones of the Paleo Indians
By: Isiaha Whitener
* Flows from the mountains to the Piedmont
* Main river – Catawba* Lake – Norman
* Total – 9389 miles
* Total – 3285 square miles
* Burke county* Lincoln county* Newton county* Lenoir county* Marion county* Taylorsville county* Hickory county
* The Catawba Indians and there ancestors   lived there for over 10,000 years
* Snaketail Dragonflys* Snail bullhead fish* Carolina darters
* There was clay material at the bottom of the river that Indians used to create clay pots* It is the most densely populat...
WHITE OAKBy Darian Mcclain
Location on Coastal and freshwater wetlandsWhite oakTotal miles of streams and rivers 320Size:1,382 square milesOnslo...
• In 1970 and 2000 the  population grew by  about 50 percent• They say 25,818 people  will live in the basin by  2020• Ani...
Other Facts• More than 80,000 acres of the  Forest lie in the White Oak  River Basin
River Basins   By:   Anna Todd
River Basins   Name: White Oak   Location: Coast
Facts Main river: White Oak River Creeks: Southwest creek, Northeast creek Total miles of streams and rivers: 320 Squa...
History
Plants and AnimalsPlants:                      Animals:• Fragrant white lily        American alligator• Venus flytraps  ...
Other facts Forest and wetland cover almost half of  the basin There are a lot of rare and endangered  animals found in ...
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  1. 1. Cape FearBy: Tyria Dellinger
  2. 2. Location•The cape fear river is located in the costal plains.• in north Carolina.
  3. 3. Tributaries /Total Miles /And Square Miles•Fear River Basin has 6,049 miles of streams and rivers. This includes Cape Fear River, Black River, South River, and larger streams like Colly and Turnbull creeks. The basin is also 9,324 square miles.
  4. 4. Places that get water from the water basin•Regions, near Greensboro and High Point, and ends on the coast.
  5. 5. Historical background
  6. 6. Cape Fear River By: Evey Morris
  7. 7. Location The Cape Fear River goes from the piedmont and flows into the coastal plains.
  8. 8. Main River and Tributaries The main river is the Cape Fear River Cape Fear has two main tributaries, the Black River and the Northeast Cape Fear River
  9. 9. Total miles and Square miles The total miles of the Cape Fear River and the streams are 6,584 miles. The square miles of this river basin is 9,164 sq. mi.
  10. 10. Counties and Cities that use the water Counties: 26 Cities: Lee Wilmington (main) Chatham Alamance Southport Durham Orange Boiling Spring Lakes & more
  11. 11. Historical Facts Giovanni da Verrazano was the first known European explorer to arrive in the Cape Fear Region.
  12. 12. Plants and Animals Plants: Animals: American Elm tree  red-cockaded woodpecker Shagbark Hickory tree  Southeast bald eagle Salix nigra (black willow)  American alligator Red Maple tree  Sea Turtles
  13. 13. Other Facts
  14. 14. Broad RiverChristian Parsley
  15. 15. Facts About the Broad River Basin• From the foothills into the piedmont of North Carolina• The main river is the Broad River. Some tributaries include the Green, First Broad, Second Broad, and North Pacolet rivers.• The total miles of rivers and streams is 1,513 and it is 1,514 square miles.
  16. 16. Counties and Cities in the Broad River Basin• Cities include Chimney Rock Village, Saluda, Columbus, Tryon, Gilkey, Rutherfordton, Spindale, Shelby, and even Kings Mountain• Counties include Buncombe, McDowell, Rutherford, Cleveland, Polk, and Henderson
  17. 17. Historical Facts• Hickory Nut Falls was used in the battle scenes of the movie The Last of the Mohicans.
  18. 18. Plants• Contains one of the rarest and most globally endangered White Irisette
  19. 19. Animals• Salamanders like the Green, Blue Ridge Gray- cheeked, and South Mountain Gray-cheeked
  20. 20. Other Interesting Facts• The Broad River basin contains the Bat Cave. It is 300 feet long and 85 feet high with more than a mile of passageways. It was made by the shifting of rocks.
  21. 21. • Trout fishing is very popular in the rivers and lakes of the basin.
  22. 22. Little Tennessee River BY: Ciera Mathis
  23. 23. Information• In the mountains• Main rivers- Cullasaja, Nantahala, Tuckasegree, Cheoah rivers• Major lakes- Fontana, Santeethlah, Glenville
  24. 24. Streams & Rivers• Total miles of streams & rivers -2,501• River basin size- 1,797• The Fontana river alone is – 480 feet long
  25. 25. Counties or citiesSylvaCherokeeMacon County
  26. 26. Pictures
  27. 27. Historical FactsThe Tennessee River is the largest tributary of the Ohio River.Its formed at the confluence of the Holston and French Broad River on the east side of Knoxville, Tennessee.
  28. 28. Animals• Fish• Elk• Squirrel• Rabbits• Opposums• Raccoons• Deer• Birds• Etc…..
  29. 29. Plants• Mountain Camellia• Wild Petunia• Etc….
  30. 30. Facts• You can go Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Hunting and much more.• They found bones of the Paleo Indians
  31. 31. By: Isiaha Whitener
  32. 32. * Flows from the mountains to the Piedmont
  33. 33. * Main river – Catawba* Lake – Norman
  34. 34. * Total – 9389 miles
  35. 35. * Total – 3285 square miles
  36. 36. * Burke county* Lincoln county* Newton county* Lenoir county* Marion county* Taylorsville county* Hickory county
  37. 37. * The Catawba Indians and there ancestors lived there for over 10,000 years
  38. 38. * Snaketail Dragonflys* Snail bullhead fish* Carolina darters
  39. 39. * There was clay material at the bottom of the river that Indians used to create clay pots* It is the most densely populated river basin in north Carolina* You can find art from here in the Smithsonian museum *Other historical facts
  40. 40. WHITE OAKBy Darian Mcclain
  41. 41. Location on Coastal and freshwater wetlandsWhite oakTotal miles of streams and rivers 320Size:1,382 square milesOnslow, Swansboro, Carteret, Beaufort
  42. 42. • In 1970 and 2000 the population grew by about 50 percent• They say 25,818 people will live in the basin by 2020• Animals like Manatee, The Red-Cockaded woodpecker• So plats like Fragrant white lily, and Venus fly trap
  43. 43. Other Facts• More than 80,000 acres of the Forest lie in the White Oak River Basin
  44. 44. River Basins By: Anna Todd
  45. 45. River Basins Name: White Oak Location: Coast
  46. 46. Facts Main river: White Oak River Creeks: Southwest creek, Northeast creek Total miles of streams and rivers: 320 Square miles of river basin: 1382 square miles Counties or cities that get water from White Oak basin: Jacksonville, Carteret, Craven
  47. 47. History
  48. 48. Plants and AnimalsPlants:  Animals:• Fragrant white lily  American alligator• Venus flytraps  Green heron• Trumpet pitcher plant  Manatee• Sundews
  49. 49. Other facts Forest and wetland cover almost half of the basin There are a lot of rare and endangered animals found in the basin• Increasing population density in the basin is putting new pressure on water quality in streams, rivers and estuaries

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