North Carolina’s New River Basin Fish Fauna – A Foster Basin for Wanted and Unwanted Nonindigenous Species?

By the Team The New River basin, in the extreme northwest corner of North Carolina, is one of the smallest river basins in the state with a drainage area of 754 mi2 (Figure 1). This basin borders Virginia and Tennessee and the Yadkin, Catawba, and Watauga basins in the state and tributaries of the … Read more