Passadumkeag River
Location
CountryUnited States
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationMaine
 • elevation280 feet (85 m)
Mouth 
 • location
Penobscot River
 • coordinates
45°11′06″N 68°37′01″W / 45.185°N 68.617°W / 45.185; -68.617Coordinates: 45°11′06″N 68°37′01″W / 45.185°N 68.617°W / 45.185; -68.617
 • elevation
130 feet (40 m)
Length48 miles (77 km)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • leftNicatous Stream

The Passadumkeag River is a river in Maine. From the confluence of its East Branch and West Branch (45°18′51″N 68°13′18″W / 45.31430°N 68.22175°W / 45.31430; -68.22175 (Passadumkeag River source)) in Maine Township 3, Range 1, NBPP, the river runs 48.2 miles (77.6 km)[1] south and west to its mouth on the Penobscot River in Passadumkeag.

East Branch Passadumkeag River
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • elevation282 feet (86 m)

East Branch

From the outflow of Weir Pond (45°19′58″N 68°13′32″W / 45.3328°N 68.2255°W / 45.3328; -68.2255 (East Branch Passadumkeag River source)) the stream runs 2.3 miles (3.7 km)[1] south to its confluence with the West Branch.

West Branch Passadumkeag River
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • elevation299 feet (91 m)

West Branch

From the outflow of Number 3 Pond (45°19′09″N 68°14′15″W / 45.3191°N 68.2374°W / 45.3191; -68.2374 (West Branch Passadumkeag River source)) the stream runs 1.2 miles (1.9 km)[1] southeast to its confluence with the East Branch.

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45°15′30″N 68°11′35″W / 45.25830°N 68.19315°W / 45.25830; -68.19315 (Taylor Brook mouth) 45°12′35″N 68°15′28″W / 45.20980°N 68.25780°W / 45.20980; -68.25780 (Nicatous Stream mouth) 45°09′58″N 68°20′43″W / 45.16620°N 68.34520°W / 45.16620; -68.34520 (Madagascal Stream mouth) 45°11′07″N 68°26′30″W / 45.18520°N 68.44170°W / 45.18520; -68.44170 (Eskutassis Stream mouth) 45°10′57″N 68°34′35″W / 45.18260°N 68.57645°W / 45.18260; -68.57645 (Cold Stream mouth)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed June 22, 2011