river basins lie completely within Georgia's borders. The Oconee
and the Ocmulgee Rivers join to form the Altamaha River, which empties
into the Atlantic Ocean. The Ogeechee and Satilla Rivers also flow
to the Atlantic. The Flint joins the Chattahoochee near the Florida
border to form the Appalachicola River, which empties into the Gulf
of 8 other river basins lie within the state. The Chattahoochee,
Savannah and St. Marys Rivers each form portions of Georgia's border.
The lower Chattahoochee is part of the border between Georgia and
Alabama; the Savannah is the border between Georgia and South Carolina;
and the St. Marys forms part of Georgia's border with Florida.