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Microsoft PowerPoint - 100 Page Rancocas Creek Water Trail Guide (NXPowerLite)


Acknowledgements Click Above Link for Video as Neil Young Melody Anchors Melpine Landing, Rancocas Creek Water Trail The list is long of folks who have helped put together the RCWT Paddling Guide. A heartfelt thank- you to all have answered the many questions and concerns expressed in connecting the dots and landings along the RCWT. RCWT Paddling Guide possible. It is a only through their help and assistance is the the RCWT that they enjoy time paddling safe. It is hoped by all who paddle and visit It is the common thread of others who have helped bring this guidebook about that people use the guidebook as a way to enhance their experiences and come to enjoy a fun day out paddling. R ancocas Pathways Exploring Historic Pathways, Discovering New Understandings

100 Pages of Terminology Used in the the Rancocas Creek Water Trail Paddling Guide 1. Angle rural or agricultural areas as contrasted with urban ones 2. Bend cause to turn from a straight course 3. C reek a stream, brook, or minor tributary of a river. 4. C hannel the bed where a natural stream of water runs a channel which has occurred naturally due to the flow of surface waters; or a channel that, although originally constructed by human activity, has taken on the appearance of a natural channel including a stable route and biological community. 5 . G oosenecks – meanders 6. O xbow something (such as a bend in a river) resembling an bend in the Creek. Natural process. 7. M arsh a tract of soft wet land usually characterized by monocotyledons (such as grasses or cattails) 8 . Meander a turn or winding of a stream found along the water trail 9. P ass A Defined Channel that allows one to move past, (water trail pass – allows one to paddle past) 10. P ortage the carrying of boats or goods overland from one body of water to another or around an obstacle (such as a dams and or fallen down trees) 11. R each A length of channel with uniform characteristics. 12. Strait narrowing of a channel along the water trail 13. Turn bend in the water trail 14. Traverse a distance to paddle across or through R ancocas Pathways photo by frankie Exploring Historic Pathways, Discovering New Understandings

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