The Sampit River begins in a swampy area of western Georgetown County, South Carolina, USA. It flows in an easterly direction to Winyah Bay at Georgetown. Only small crafts can navigate the upper parts of the river. The lower river merges into the bay and is deepened by tidal flows, and (to Georgetown harbor) by dredging.
A study of particulate organic carbon in the Sampit River, Georgetown, S. C. (South Carolina Academy of Sciences Abstracts).(geology research)(Brief Article)
Jan 01, 2003; In order to determine the fraction of suspended particulate organic carbon (POC) input to the Sampit River from the International...