Canadian River


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Canadian River

a river in the southern US, rising in NE New Mexico and flowing east to the Arkansas River in E Oklahoma. Length: 1458 km (906 miles)

Canadian River

 

a river in the USA; a right tributary of the Arkansas River. Length, approximately 1, 500 km. Basin area, 124, 000 sq km. It rises in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains (in the Rocky Mountains) and flows through the Great Plains and the Central Plains. There are sharp fluctuations in the flow; high water occurs in spring. The average annual discharge is 177 cu m per sec. The Canadian River is used for irrigation.

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Sampling records from the Canadian River system in New Mexico were located between Ute Dam (35[degrees]20'42"N, 103[degrees]26'32"W) to the New Mexico/Texas border (35[degrees]23'37"N, 103[degrees]02'36"W).
Claude Guthrie's admission of his brother Charley's crime took me back to that photograph of the Oklahomans lined up on the North Canadian River bridge.
Decreasing abundance of the Arkansas River shiner in the South Canadian River, Oklahoma.
The proposal covers approximately 1,160 miles (1,865 kilometers) of rivers and 300 feet (91 meters) of the adjacent riparian zone along portions of the Arkansas River in Kansas, Cimarron River in Kansas and Oklahoma, Beaver/North Canadian River in Oklahoma, and Canadian/ South Canadian River in New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma.
Most of these communities continue to use preexisting groundwater reserves to improve quality or supplement their surface supply, and the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority has acquired extensive groundwater rights so that it can augment and improve the quality of water it dispenses from Lake Meredith.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Fitch Ratings has published a report on Canadian River Municipal Water Authority, TX.
But the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority told the court "it is unnecessary and inappropriate for this court to extend the accommodation doctrine from the context of mineral rights to groundwater estates," contending "there is no legal authority, historical precedent, or need.
Ute Reservoir, on the Canadian River, was constructed to supply water to communities in the region.
Samples from drainages of the Canadian River contained only haplotypes in Cluster 1, whereas haplotypes in Clusters 1 and 2 were in the Pecos River, and haplotypes in Clusters 1 and 3 were in the Rio Grande (Fig.
The most worrying aspect of these outbreaks was the discovery of the disease in a Canadian river in salmon which were either wild, farm escapees, or both.
Which Canadian river ends at a town of the same name on Hudson Bay?

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