This map is a result of "sampling" of exported GIS data (available as a KMZ file which can be used to visualize the data in Google Earth) form the Madison County Planning Department. While the GIS system is has thousands of geographic points in its description of the watershed boundaries, this map is the result of plotting 150 points from each sub-watershed.
You can probably tell that the choice of "which" 150 points best describe the region is important. You can see that the basins overlap in some places on my map, likely due to my method. I am not sure I grabbed the best points, but it is still probably useful in a classroom setting, even if it isn't completely accurate.
This sort of map, coupled with this map could help teachers and students in the classroom.
- East Branch Fish Creek
- West Branch Fish Creek
- N.Shore Fish Creek to Oneida River
- Woods Creek North of Barge Canal
- Lower Fish Creek
- S.Shore Cowaselon Creek to Oneida River
- Woods Creek South of Barge Canal
- S&E Shore Barge Canal to Cowaselon Creek
- Cowaselon Creek
- Limestone Creek
- Upper Oneida Creek
- Upper Chittenango Creek