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the Erie Canal was superseded by a much larger waterway, the New York State Barge Canal
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The toxic legacy that Monsanto left Oregonians lives on, as PCBs persist in Oregon's lands, rivers, and waterways, in its sediments, soils, and in the bodies of animals and humans.
Have them plan a road trip route (as well as a plan for what snacks to bring for the ride), or find a waterway to sail a boat on.
The Matanuska River is a wild glacial waterway that drains a 2,100-square-mile basin from the Chugach and Talkeetna mountains into the Knik Arm of Cook Inlet.
The Mississippi River basin connects to Lake Michigan through a manmade waterway called the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal.
With the help of the Bangladesh army and several NGOs, the refugees have built an impressive infrastructure in the camps, with makeshift bamboo bridges above waterways and sandbag staircases ascending to endless rows of tents in the hills.
Strategically located by waterways and railways, warehouses also had big windows to allow larger materials to be brought in through them.
Topographic maps, which hikers use, typically show major highways, trails, waterways, vegetation (such as forests and meadows) and contour lines that depict elevation.
The roof deck already affords a panoramic view of the city, the waterway, and a distant bridge, which at night is outlined with a stream of car lights.
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