Oneida Lake


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Oneida Lake

A lake of central New York northeast of Syracuse. It is part of the New York State Canal System.

Onei′da Lake′


n.
a lake in central New York. 80 sq. mi. (207 sq. km).
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
4 million project on the northbound and southbound I-81 bridges over the Oneida Lake Outlet in Brewerton was a major rehabilitation that smoothed the driving surface and reduced the thickness of the bridge decks, lightening their loads and extending their service lives.
Oneida Lake, just north of Syracuse, is the inland capital of walleye fishing in the state.
According to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation website, Oneida Lake provides a perfect example of how pike populations have suffered from the removal of wetlands.
Rudstam, Mills, Jackson, and Stewart present a detailed, long-term study of a single ecosystem, Oneida Lake in upstate New York, and provide evidence that long-term, sustained research is essential in order to manage and respond to natural fluctuations in the world around us.
Synopsis: Measuring over five miles wide and almost 21 miles long, Oneida Lake is the largest body of water nestled totally within the Empire State of New York, and state's single most productive warmwater fishery.
Bud grew up on the North Side of Syracuse and at the family camp on Oneida Lake in Cicero.
Combine it with a stopover at the beautiful Oneida Lake just north of the town for a chilled out post-festie retreat.
Among the key features were retirement, healthcare, and profit-sharing programs; a deliberately reduced gap between management and labor salaries; homeownership on company-ceded plots and subsidized mortgage rates; underwriting 50 percent of all school construction costs and company support of teachers' salaries; ceding of additional properties for new denominations to build churches; construction of public recreation and library facilities; development of a summer vacation facility on Oneida Lake for all employees; development of a local "high street" (the so-called "Skinner Block") of seven stores to meet all immediate local needs; and getting New York State to designate the village of Sherrill a city so that its elected government was independent of Oneida Community Ltd.
These papers (Van Cleave and Mueller, 1932; 1934; Mueller and Van Cleave, 1932; Mueller, 1934) comprise a 334-page treatise on taxonomy, ecology, and host relationships of the parasites of 34 species of Oneida Lake fishes and are collectively perhaps the most cited works in field parasitology.
Growth and Feeding Dynamics of Lake Sturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens, in Oneida Lake, New York: Results from the First Five Years of a Restoration Program.
It has also added a cell site north of Syracuse along Interstate 81 in Cicero, and two sites in Canastota, Madison Country, along Routes 13, 31 & 46, near Oneida Lake and Verona Beach and in Wampsville at the intersections of Routes 365A, 5, 97 and 54.
He begins where his last memoir left off, his moving at the age of 16 with his mother from Hammondsport, New York to a village on Oneida Lake.