Seems like an easy question, but requires some research:
how many square miles are drained by the rivers in WWALS watersheds?
River Basins of the United States: The Suwannee, by USGS, unknown date
(but uses 1980 city populations),
The basin drainage area is 9,950 square miles, of which 5,720 square miles
are in southern Georgia. The basin area of the Withlacoochee River, the
largest tributary, is 2,360 square miles, of which 2,090 square miles are
in Georgia. The basin area of the Alapaha River is 1,840 square miles,
of which 1,726 are in Georgia.
So this appears to be the answer:
Apparently WWALS watersheds account for 73% of the Suwannee Basin
in Georgia, and 42% of the entire Suwannee River Basin.
And WWALS rivers drain a total Continue reading