Salt Creek

[Little Calumet River] Salt Creek is a {convert|24.0|mi|km|adj=mid|-long} tributary of the East Arm Little Calumet River that begins south of Valparaiso in Porter County, Indiana and flows north until it joins the East Arm Little Calumet River just before it exits to Lake Michigan via the Port of Indiana-Burns Waterway. ==History== In the 1...
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Salt Creek

[Salton Sea] Salt Creek is a {convert|26|mi|km|adj=mid|-long} intermittent stream in Riverside County, California, flowing into the Salton Sea at Salt Creek Beach on the northern shore. It is an important habitat of desert pupfish, containing a population of 159 fish. ==Sources== ...
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Salt Creek

[Orange County] Salt Creek is a small coastal stream in southern Orange County in the U.S. state of California. The {convert|4|mi|km|adj=on} creek drains {convert|6.1|mi2|km2} in parts of the cities of Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, and San Juan Capistrano. The mostly channelized creek has no named surface tributaries. The creek begins in the c...
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Salt Creek

[Little Wabash River tributary] Salt Creek is a tributary of the Little Wabash River, which it joins near Edgewood, Illinois, near the boundary between Effingham and Clay counties. There are at least two other `Salt Creeks` in Illinois: Salt Creek (Des Plaines River tributary) and Salt Creek (Sangamon River tributary). Salt Creek is about {...
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Salt Creek

[Sangamon River tributary] Salt Creek is a major tributary to the Sangamon River, which it joins at the boundary between Mason and Menard County, Illinois. There are at least two other Salt Creeks in Illinois, Salt Creek (Des Plaines River Tributary), and in Effingham County, Illinois. Salt Creek is about {convert|110|mi} in length. From it...
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Salt Creek

[Des Plaines River tributary] Salt Creek is a {convert|43.4|mi|km|adj=mid|-long} stream in northeastern Illinois. It is an important tributary of the Des Plaines River, part of the Illinois River and ultimately the Mississippi River watersheds. It rises in northwest Cook County at Wilke Marsh in Palatine and flows in a meandering course gen...
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Salt Creek

[White River] Salt Creek is a stream in the southern part of the U.S. state of Indiana. A tributary of the East Fork of the White River, the creek begins in southwestern Bartholomew County, flows through southern parts of Brown and Monroe counties, and meets the White River just downstream from Bedford in Lawrence County. In far southwester...
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Salt Creek

[Platte River] Salt Creek is a tributary of the Platte River, located in Saunders, Cass, and Lancaster counties in southeast Nebraska. It is approximately {convert|44.38|mi|km} in length. It connects to the Platte River at Mahoney State Park in Ashland. Among species found along Salt Creek are the critically endangered Salt Creek tiger beet...
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Salt Creek

[Middle Fork Willamette River] Salt Creek is a tributary, {convert|30|mi|km} long, of the Middle Fork Willamette River in Lane County in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is named for salt springs along its banks that are used as licks by deer. The stream originates as an outflow of Lower Betty Lake in the forested Cascade Range just southeast o...
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