New York State Barge Canal


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New York State Barge Canal

n
(Placename) a system of inland waterways in New York State, connecting the Hudson River with Lakes Erie and Ontario and, via Lake Champlain, with the St Lawrence. Length: 845 km (525 miles)
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New′ York` State′ Barge′ Canal`


n.
a New York State waterway system, connecting Lake Champlain and the Hudson River with Lakes Erie and Ontario: consists of the rebuilt Erie Canal and three shorter canals. 524 mi. (843 km) long.
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Noun1.New York State Barge Canal - a system of canals crossing New York State and connecting the Great Lakes with the Hudson River and Lake ChamplainNew York State Barge Canal - a system of canals crossing New York State and connecting the Great Lakes with the Hudson River and Lake Champlain
Erie Canal - an artificial waterway connecting the Hudson river at Albany with Lake Erie at Buffalo; built in the 19th century; now part of the New York State Barge Canal
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It is also rimmed by the New York State Barge Canal, the Cayuga-Seneca Barge Canal and Cayuga Lake.
* The Illinois Waterway affords connections to the Great Lakes and the New York State Barge Canal.
Clair, which lies sandwiched between Lakes Erie and Huron, the immigrant mollusk has since spread into all five Great Lakes and other inland waters, including the Erie Canal and the New York State Barge Canal. And because they face few, if any, natural predators, the North American communities of these mussels have experienced explosive growth.

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