Information server for southern Guam natural resources
Agat watershed is located in the southern coast of the southern Guam, south of Apra Harbor. It has a drainage area of 4.36 sq. miles. The main rivers in the watershed include Namo River, Gaan River, Togcha River, Finile Creek and Salinas River with approximate lengths of 2.62 miles, 1.30 miles, 1.17 miles, 0.94 mile, and 0.56 mile respectively. These rivers discharge to Agat Bay from east to west. The highest elevation is about 1020 feet (311 meters) in the southeast of the watershed. About 65.1% and 34.6% of the watershed is covered by forest and developed areas respectively. The soil types include Ylig clay, Akina silty clays, Pulantat caly, Inarajan clay, badland, Agfayan clay, rock, Shioya loamy sand, and urban land complex.
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