Kouchibouguac National Park
Freshwater in rivers, streams, and lakes occupies a small portion of the surface area of the park. Only the smallest streams have drainage basins entirely within the boundaries of the park. Most rivers, like the Kouchibouguac and Kouchibouguacis, also drain lands outside park boundaries. As a result, the park’s water quality is highly subject to land and water use decisions made outside the park.
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