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, 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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Oyster reefs in Apalachicola Bay occur in both tidal zones, but most attention has been paid to subtidal reefs because they provide most of the commercial harvest.
"There are so many downed power lines and trees that it's almost impossible to get through the city," Apalachicola Mayor Van Johnson said.
flava in the Apalachicola National Forest in 2001, then germinated and grown in a greenhouse.
And we'll see if the Hills can really make it to Apalachicola in their afterlife!"
As a follow up to the Gulf of Mexico and Deep Water Horizons oil spill research we discovered increased levels of heavy metal concentrations in the Apalachicola Bay region.
To identify conditions during successful spawning, river temperatures and discharges in 2 drainages of the northern Gulf of Mexico (the Apalachicola and Pascagoula rivers) were characterized during successful hatching "windows." Sampling during 2005-2009 yielded 400 juvenile Alabama shad of which 261 were aged from counts of rings on sagittal otoliths.
(20) Lake Seminole, in turn, serves as the point of origin of the Apalachicola River, which flows southward from the lake through the Florida panhandle and empties into the Apalachicola Bay in the Gulf of Mexico.
Our study estimated the fecundity of 39 female Alabama shad from the Apalachicola River, Florida.
In a survey conducted for the Office of Endangered Species, Heard (1975) collected mussels at 150 locations in the Gulf and Southeastern States; 3 were in the Apalachicola and 4 were in the Chipola River.
"All this is important now," says Gibbs, 88, living in the small town of Apalachicola, Fla.
Residents along the Apalachicola River in Florida are furious at a decades-long Corps dredging project designed to build a canal for a barge industry that sends so few vessels downstream each month that locals can count them on a single hand.
Visit Florida reports that Franklin County destinations, including Apalachicola, St.