Apalachicola


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Apalachicola,

river: see ChattahoocheeChattahoochee
, river, 436 mi (702 km) long, rising in N Ga., and flowing generally SW to the Ala.-Ga. border and then S along it to join the Flint River in Lake Seminole on the Ga.-Fla. line; the combined waters form the Apalachicola River, c.
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, river.
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Breathe in the salt air and meander to the waterfront, where rows of weathered shrimp boats are docked and fishing boats motor to Apalachicola Bay.
The largest remaining breeding population of Alabama shad is located in the Apalachicola River near the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam, Florida (1).
By this time I was flagging, so I nipped into Apalachicola Seafood Grill and Steaks.
In October, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue threatened to go to court to stop the Army Corps of Engineers from releasing water from the lake into the Apalachicola.
Further complicating the matter is that the water flowing into the Apalachicola River also affects several endangered species.
Our collection localities were in proximity to the Apalachicola and Ochlockonee Rivers (Fig.
neislerii en el Rio Apalachicola basado en una revisidn de la literatura y conteos recientes.
Gulf Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi) On March 29, we designated portions of the following Gulf of Mexico rivers and tributaries as critical habitat for a threatened species of fish, the Gulf sturgeon: Pearl and Bogue Chitto rivers in Louisiana and Mississippi; Pascagoula, Leaf, Bouie (also referred to as Bowie), Big Black Creek and Chickasawhay rivers in Mississippi; Escambia, Conecuh, and Sepulga rivers in Alabama and Florida; Yellow, Blackwater, and Shoal rivers in Alabama and Florida; Choctawhatchee and Pea rivers in Florida and Alabama; Apalachicola and Brothers rivers in Florida; and Suwannee and Withlacoochee rivers in Florida.
The 500-acre parcel in southwest Gadsden County protects a critical two-mile stretch of the Apalachicola River, three miles of unique limestone bluffs, ravines and caves, and a number of endangered plants and animals.
The Hurricane Centre defined the threatened area as stretching from Grand Isle, Louisiana, 50 miles south of New Orleans, to Apalachicola, Florida, about 60 miles southwest of Tallahassee, Florida.
The 24,600-acre wilderness area in North Florida's Apalachicola National Forest features two national co-champion Ogeechee tupelo trees (Nyssa ogeche) along with huge slash pine, pond cypress, and swamp tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica var.