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Connecticut Geographic Resources

Connecticut Physical Map

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Connecticut River & Lake Map

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Connecticut River Levels
Map of Connecticut rivers

Connecticut
River Levels


USGS has a clickable map of Connecticut rivers and streams that gives you access to real-time river levels throughout Connecticut. River stage, discharge and other information can be accessed online. Or view a lake and river map of Connecticut.


Connecticut Geography Statistics

Area of Connecticut: 4,845 sq. miles

Connecticut Population: 3483372

Highest Point in Connecticut
Mt. Frissell at 2,380 feet feet

Lowest Point in Connecticut
Long Island Sound at Sea Level

There are 8 counties in Connecticut



Connecticut Earthquakes
Map of Connecticut earthquakes
The National Earthquake Information Center maintains an Connecticut earthquake map and an archive of Connecticut earthquake information.



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