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The Cap-Pele Watershed
The Cap-PelÚ watershed is a hydrologic entity with a total area surface of 320 km▓. The Cap-Pele watershed includes more than 70 km of coastline from Cap-Bimet to Shemogue Harbor. For more specific information on land use, geology and drainage you can take a look at the maps (pdf format).
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The Cap-Pele watershed is divided into many subwatersheds. A subwatershed is the land area that drains to a single tributary of a major river. The main subwatersheds are:
 
Bear Creek Subwatershed, total area of 13,1 km▓, [see map]
Aboujagane River Subwatershed, total area of 53 km▓, [see map]
Kinnear River Subwatershed, total area of 53,7 km▓, [see map]
Kouchibouguac River Subwatershed, total area of 54 km▓, [see map]
Tedish River Subwatershed, total area of 44 km▓, [see map]
Copp Brook Subwatershed, total area of 9,8 km▓, [see map]