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Woolwich Environmental Resource Inventory

Product No.: 19006
Date Published: 7/2019

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Geographic Area Covered: Woolwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey

Abstract: This publication documents the natural and community resources of Woolwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey. The natural resource information includes descriptions, tables, and maps of: land use; soils; drinking water, aquifers, and wells; surface waters, including watersheds, streams, lakes, wetlands, and floodplains; impacts on water resources and surface water quality; impervious coverage; vegetation, including wetlands, forests, and grasslands; animal communities; threatened and endangered species; Landscape Project Priority Habitats; and known contaminated sites. Community resources in the form of protected open space and recreation facilities are also briefly described. A short history of the community is also included.

Key Words: Agriculture, Aquifers, Biodiversity, Biological Resources, Built Environment, Conservation, Contaminated Sites, Development, Endangered Species, Energy Use, Environmental Issues, Environmental Resource Inventory, Floodplains, Forests, Geology, Gloucester County, Grasslands, Groundwater, Habitat, Land Preservation, Land Cover, Land Use, Landscape Project, Master Planning, Natural Resources, New Jersey, Oldmans Creek, Open Space, Raccoon Creek, Soils, Steep Slopes, Streams, Topography, Water Quality, Watersheds, Wetlands, Woolwich Township

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