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Little Blue River Basin, Nebraska, Water and Related Land Resources
Excerpts from the report: The Little Blue River is a tributary of the Big Blue River. It originates in the loess plains of south central Nebraska and flows in a south easterly direction to its junction with the Big Blue River near Waterville, Kansas. The area of the Little Blue River Basin in Nebraska totals just under 2,691 square miles, or 1,722,200 acres. Principal tributaries include Big Sandy Creek, having a drainage area of 638 square miles; Rose Creek, 203 square miles; Spring Creek, 180doi:10.22004/ag.econ.329287 fatcat:h5r6rmprqzfrbasek473s33udu