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List of rivers of New York

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List of rivers of New York

This is a list of rivers in the U.S. state of New York.

By drainage basin

This list is arranged by drainage basin, with respective tributaries indented by order of confluence with their main stem, from mouth to source.

Long Island Sound (northern side)

Long Island Sound is shown highlighted in pink between Connecticut (to the north) and Long Island (to the south)

Long Island

Long Island Sound
Block Island Sound
Atlantic Ocean

New York Harbor

New York City waterways: 1. Hudson River, 2. East River, 3. Long Island Sound, 4. Newark Bay, 5. Upper New York Bay, 6. Lower New York Bay, 7. Jamaica Bay, 8. Atlantic Ocean

Hudson River Basin

Hudson Drainage Basin

Delaware River Basin

Delaware Drainage Basin

Susquehanna River Basin

Susquehanna Drainage Basin

St. Lawrence River Basin

Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain Drainage Basin
St. Lawrence/Great Lakes Drainage Basin

St. Lawrence River

Lake Ontario

Black Drainage Basin
Oswego River Drainage Basin
Butternut Creek, Onondaga County
Genesee Drainage Basin

Lake Erie

Mississippi River Basin

Alphabetically

See also

External links

  • New York Streamflow Data from the USGS

References

  • USGS Geographic Names Information Service
  • USGS Hydrologic Unit Map - State of New York (1974)
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