Asked in New York, Lakes and Rivers
What are the names of all the major rivers in New York State?
The major rivers in New York State are the Saint Lawrence River, Mohawk River, Oswegatchie River, Black River, Ausable River, and Chenango River. ...
Asked in Landforms
What are the major geographic features of new york?
There are several major geographic features in New York. There are mountains, rivers, oceans, Great lakes, and lowlands along the waterways. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Mississippi River
What is the major river in New York?
The major river in New York is the Hudson River. It is 314 miles long that flows through the eastern part of New York state. It was named after Henry Hudson. Some other rivers in New York are the Mohawk River and Genesee River. ...
Asked in New York, United States of America, Geography
What water resources does New York have?
New York is a land of many water resources. New York rivers include Hudson, Delaware, St. Lawrence, Mohawk, Susquehanna, and Allegheny. There are many smaller rivers and creeks running through New York. Cayuga Lake, Seneca Lake, Lake George, and Lake Champlain are major New York Lakes. There are many smaller lakes dotting the New York landscape. New York Bay and the Atlantic Ocean are major water resources. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Newark New Jersey
Between which two major rivers is New Jersey located?
New Jersey is located between the Hudson and the Delaware rivers. The Delaware forms the states entire western border and the Hudson is between New Jersey and New York. ...
Asked in Lakes and Rivers
What are the major lakes and rivers of New Jersey?
There are no major lakes in New Jersey!