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List of rivers of Nova Scotia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nova Scotia's rivers all flow into the Atlantic Ocean through four unique watersheds: the Gulf of Maine, the Northumberland Strait, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and into the Atlantic Ocean itself.

Gulf of Maine

The Gulf of Maine system includes the Bay of Fundy, which includes the Cumberland and Minas Basins. In Nova Scotia, the system occupies the shores from Fort Lawrence to Cape St. Mary (44°05′N).[1]

Bay of Fundy

The Bay of Fundy coastline in Nova Scotia begins at Fort Lawrence and circles Cape Chignecto eastward to Truro. It then follows west along the Annapolis Valley as far as Brier Island on the Digby Neck. Within the Bay of Fundy are two basins: Chignecto Bay which begins at Fort Lawrence and ends at Cape Chignecto, and the Minas Basin that encompasses everything east of Ramshead Point (near Diligent River) and Cape Split.

  • Apple River (Note: westernmost river on the north coast of the Bay of Fundy)
  • Fox River
  • Ramshead River
  • Diligent River (Note: easternmost river on the north coast of Bay of Fundy)
  • Annapolis River (Note: easternmost river on the south coast of Bay of Fundy)
  • Nictaux River
  • Moose River
  • Bear River
  • Little River

Minas Basin

The Minas Basin flows into the Bay of Fundy between Ramshead Point and Cape Split.

  • Walton River
  • Tennycape River
  • Noel River
  • East Noel River
  • Shubenacadie River
  • Stewiacke River
  • Five Mile River
  • Nine Mile River
  • St. Andrews River
  • Gays River
  • Salmon River
  • North River
  • Chiganois River
  • Debert River
  • Folly River
  • Great Village River
  • Portapique River
  • Bass River
  • West Bass River
  • Little Bass River
  • Economy River
  • East River
  • North River
  • Harrington River
  • Moose River
  • Farrells River

Gulf of Maine

The Gulf of Maine coastline in Nova Scotia begins at Brier Island and continues to Cape St. Mary.[1]

Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean coastline in Nova Scotia begins at Cape Sable Island and continues to Cape Canso (45°20′N 61°0′W / 45.333°N 61.000°W / 45.333; -61.000).[1] The list is divided into the geographical shorelines in the province.

South Shore

The South Shore extends from Cape Sable Island to Halifax Harbour.

Eastern Shore

The Eastern Shore extends from Halifax Harbour to the Strait of Canso.

Gulf of Saint Lawrence

The Gulf of Saint Lawrence coastline in Nova Scotia begins at Cape Canso (45°20′N 61°0′W / 45.333°N 61.000°W / 45.333; -61.000)[1] and continues to Cape George Point.

Cape Breton Island

Bras d'Or Lake

St. George's Bay

  • Wrights River
  • Little Tracadie River
  • Tracadie River
  • Afton River
  • Pomquet River
  • Black Avon River
  • Alder River
  • South River
  • West River

Northumberland Strait

The Northumberland Strait coastline in Nova Scotia begins at Cape George Point and continues to the Tidnish River.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Limits of Oceans and Seas, 3rd edition" (PDF). International Hydrographic Organization. 1953. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 8, 2011. Retrieved 28 December 2020.
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