Seneca River (New York)
|Part of||Oswego River → Lake Ontario → Saint Lawrence River|
|- location||Geneva, New York|
|- elevation||821 ft (250 m)|
|- location||confluence with the Oneida River as the head of the Oswego River|
|- elevation||358 ft (109 m)|
|Discharge||for Baldwinsville, NY|
|- average||3,508 cu ft/s (99 m3/s) |
|- max||22,100 cu ft/s (626 m3/s)|
|- min||34 cu ft/s (1 m3/s)|
The Seneca River in central New York flows 61.6 miles (99.1 km) from west to east, from Seneca Lake, through the Montezuma Marsh at the north end of Cayuga Lake to the Seneca's confluence with the Oneida River, forming the Oswego River at the Three Rivers area north of Syracuse. Much of the river has been channelized to form part of the Erie Canal.
- "USGS Gage #04237500 on the Seneca River at Baldwinsville, NY" (PDF). National Water Information System. U.S. Geological Survey. 1950–2012. Retrieved 2014-06-17.
- "The National Map". U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved Feb 14, 2011.
Media related to Seneca River (New York) at Wikimedia Commons
|This New York state location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|