|St. Johnsville, New York|
|305 ft (93 m)|
|Basin size||16.6 sq mi (43 km2)|
Timmerman Creek flows into the Mohawk River in St. Johnsville, New York.
The Mohawk River is a 149-mile-long (240 km) river in the U.S. state of New York. It is the largest tributary of the Hudson River. The Mohawk flows into the Hudson in Cohoes, New York, a few miles north of the city of Albany. The river is named for the Mohawk Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy. It is a major waterway in north-central New York. The largest tributary, the Schoharie Creek, accounts for over one quarter (26.83%) of the Mohawk River's watershed. Another main tributary is the West Canada Creek, which makes up for 16.33% of the Mohawk's watershed.
Brandywine Creek is a tributary of the Christina River in southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware in the United States. The Lower Brandywine is 20.4 miles (32.8 km) long and is a designated Pennsylvania Scenic River with several tributary streams. The East Branch and West Branch of the creek originate within 2 miles (3 km) of each other on the slopes of Welsh Mountain in Honey Brook Township, Pennsylvania, about 20 miles (32 km) northwest of their confluence.
The West Branch Delaware River is one of two branches that form the Delaware River. It is approximately 90 mi (144 km) long, and flows through the U.S. states of New York and Pennsylvania. It winds through a mountainous area of New York in the western Catskill Mountains for most of its course, before joining the East Branch along the northeast border of Pennsylvania with New York. Midway or so it is empounded by the Cannonsville Dam to form the Cannonsville Reservoir, both part of the New York City water supply system for delivering drinking water to the City.
The Clavey River is a tributary of the Tuolumne River in the Sierra Nevada, located in the Stanislaus National Forest and Tuolumne County, California. The river is 31.3 miles (50.4 km) long, and is one of the few undammed rivers on the western slope of the Sierra. Via the Tuolumne River, the Clavey is part of the San Joaquin River watershed.
A stream is a body of water with surface water flowing within the bed and banks of a channel. The flow of a stream is controlled by three inputs – surface water, subsurface water and groundwater. The surface and subsurface water are highly variable between periods of rainfall. Groundwater, on the other hand, has a relatively constant input and is controlled more by long-term patterns of precipitation. The stream encompasses surface, subsurface and groundwater fluxes that respond to geological, geomorphological, hydrological and biotic controls.
Martine Baay-Timmerman is a Dutch politician. She was member of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands for 50PLUS between 29 October 2013 and 10 September 2014. She left the House of Representatives due to health issues and was replaced by Henk Krol. Since 28 March 2017 Baay-Timmerman is a member of the Senate.
Phinney Creek flows into the Oaks Creek south of Lidell Corners, New York.
The Canajoharie Creek is a river that flows into the Mohawk River in the Village of Canajoharie in the U.S. State of New York. The name "Canajoharie" is a Mohawk language term meaning "the pot that washes itself", referring to the "Canajoharie Boiling Pot", a 20-foot (6.1 m) wide and 10-foot (3.0 m) deep pothole in the Canajoharie Creek, just south of the village of Canajoharie. Bowmans Creek is one main tributary that enters the creek east of the Hamlet of Sprout Brook. The other main tributary is Brimstone Creek which enters the creek north-northwest of the Village of Ames.
The Nowadaga Creek basin drains portions of the towns of Danube, Stark, and Little Falls, as well as a small portion of the town of Warren, in southern Herkimer County before converging with the Mohawk River in Indian Castle, New York. The drainage basin is approximately 49 percent forested. The creek has an average slope of 1.7 percent over its entire stream length of 10.0 miles. On a 1790 land patent map it is spelled "Inchanando Creek".
Moyer Creek starts at Wheelock Pond near Jerusalem Hill, New York. Past Gulph, New York Moyer Creek follows a deep ravine, the Frankfort Gorge, south towards Frankfort, New York before converging with the Mohawk River in Frankfort, New York. The headwaters of Moyer Creek rise within a half mile of the source of the Unadilla River which is the most northerly headwater source of the Susquehanna and the closest to the Mohawk River.
Caroga Creek is a river in Fulton County in the U.S. State of New York. It begins at East Caroga Lake and flows south passing through Rockwood Lake before converging with the Mohawk River in the Hamlet of Palatine Church.
Cayadutta Creek flows into the Mohawk River near Fonda, New York. The Indian meaning of Cayadutta is "rippling waters" or "shallow water running over stones". This stream has commercial and historical importance as the cities of Johnstown and Gloversville lie on its banks.
Cobleskill Creek starts at Pine Mountain west of West Richmondville and flows east-northeast before converging with Schoharie Creek in Central Bridge, New York. The creek flows through the villages of Richmondville and Cobleskill.
The Schenevus Creek is a river located in southern Otsego County, New York. The creek flows through Worcester and Schenevus before converging with the Susquehanna River in Colliersville, New York.
Red Creek is a river located in central Otsego County, New York. The creek converges with the Susquehanna River south of Cooperstown, New York.
Charlotte Creek is a river located in Delaware County, New York. Charlotte Creek borders the southern border of Otsego County, New York for a few miles near the mouth. The creek converges with the Susquehanna River by Emmons, New York.
Panther Mountain is a mountain located in Central New York of New York near Fly Creek, New York and Schuyler Lake, New York. The east side of Panther Mountain drains into Fly Creek and the west side drains into Oaks Creek and Canadarago Lake.
Badeau Hill is a mountain located in Central New York region of New York northwest of Elk Creek, New York.
Gifford Hill is a small mountain chain in the Central New York Region of New York. It is located northeast of Oneonta, New York. It is made of three main peaks the highest being 1928 feet. Gifford Hill is named for the Gifford Family who moved to the area in 1803 and settled along the Oneonta Creek on what is now called Gifford Hill.