White Oak River Basin
By: Danadia Cotton And Kamryn Roberson
TOTAL MILES OF STREAMS AND RIVERS:
There are 446 miles of streams and rivers 129 miles off the coastline
There are 336,210 people (in 2010)
details about the wetland
The forest’s communities are home to unusual insect eating plants like the Venus flytrap, pitcher plants, bladderworts, butterworts and sundews. A stunning array of lilies, orchids and other wildflowers grace the forest edges.
pullution in the river
these pollution in the river is formed by runoff from construction sites, streets, yards, and farmland and some times heavy rain makes chemicals mix.
one non point of pullution
the best place to get no pullution is in camp lejoine which is where their is no runoffs.. People can also help by limiting their use of fertilizers and pesticides on landscapes and making sure septic systems are maintained and working properly.
this is a map off the rivers runoff into the ocean
this is the popular Venus fly trap
map of river basin
this is a map of the whole river basin