New River Basin Smore
By: Savannah, Corey, Ricardo
The New river basin is 752 square miles wide Is part of the Mississippi river basin Is in North Carolina
Geography/Bogs/ flora/ fauna
The New River Basin- home to many mountain bogs-lush, mossy-green, fern-filled and grassy habitats that require abundant soil moisture Ruggid terrain and mountains and hills "Brookies" (trouts)- abundant only in clean, oxygen-rich waters at or above 3,000 ft. and cooler than 68 degrees F. Streches from northeastern Watauga County to central Ashe County Three small fish- Kanawha minnow, sharpnose darter, and Kanawha darter only live in the New River There are Riparian forests for shade and oxygen
This is when someone takes care of any one environment. They do things like collect the trash off the ground, and help hurt or injured animals.