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Little Massabesic Brook-Sucker Brook

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Little Massabesic Brook-
Sucker Brook
Location
CountryUnited States
StateNew Hampshire
CountyRockingham
TownAuburn
Physical characteristics
SourceLittle Massabesic Lake
 • locationAuburn
 • coordinates43°0′35″N 71°20′20″W / 43.00972°N 71.33889°W / 43.00972; -71.33889
 • elevation255 ft (78 m)
MouthMassabesic Lake
 • location
Auburn
 • coordinates
42°59′58″N 71°20′45″W / 42.99944°N 71.34583°W / 42.99944; -71.34583
 • elevation
251 ft (77 m)
Length1.9 mi (3.1 km)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • rightClark Pond Brook

Little Massabesic Brook and Sucker Brook form a 1.9-mile-long (3.1 km)[1] stream located in southern New Hampshire in the United States. They are tributaries of Massabesic Lake, part of the Merrimack River and Gulf of Maine watersheds. Despite the streams' short length, they are subject to the New Hampshire Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act, because of their fourth-order stream status (indicating a high number of upstream tributary sets).[2]

Little Massabesic Brook begins at the outlet of Little Massabesic Lake in Auburn, New Hampshire, and flows west to Clark Pond Brook. At this juncture, the stream changes name to Sucker Brook and flows south, past the village proper of Auburn, and enters Massabesic Lake.

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References

  1. ^ New Hampshire GRANIT state geographic information system
  2. ^ Strahler, A. N. (1952). "Dynamic basis of geomorphology". Geological Society of America Bulletin, 63, 923-938.


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