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Caney Fork,

river, 144 mi (232 km) long, rising in central Tenn. and flowing NW to the Cumberland River. On Caney Fork, part of the Tennessee Valley Authority, are Great Falls Dam and Center Hill Dam, which provide flood control and power for the surrounding area.
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Flora and vegetation of riverscour communities of Tennessee's Caney Fork River. Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee and The Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Fort Worth, Texas.
Status survey of the dirty darter (Etheostoma olivaceum) and the bluemask darter (Etheostoma (Doration) sp.) with notes on the fishes of the Caney Fork River system, Tennessee.
Bradbury recounts a moment during the training in September when Gore gathered the first "messengers" at a spot on the family homestead along the Caney Fork River, which is featured prominently in his movie.
is an endangered species endemic to the Caney Fork River drainage upstream of Great Fails, in central Tennessee.
Bluemask darters have been collected only from five streams; all five streams are located in the upper Caney Fork River system above Great Falls Dam in central Tennessee.
From June 30 to September 7, 2000, we snorkeled selected reaches of the four streams (Cane Creek, Caney Fork River, Collins River, and Rocky River) known to contain extant populations of bluemask darters; however, sampling was concentrated on the Collins River to ensure a large number of observations on habitat use.
Because substrate type is the most important factor influencing the distribution of darters (Page, 1983), degradation of sandy areas in the upper Caney Fork River drainage would reduce bluemask darter habitat.
Center Hill Dam releases hypolimnetic water into the Caney Fork River, which joins the Cumberland River just below Cordell Hull Dam.
For instance, only 38% (23 species) of the historical mussel fauna remains in the Caney Fork River system (Layzer et al., 1993).
The Barrens topminnow (Fundulus julisia), recognized by the FWS as a species of management concern, exists only in the headwaters and tributaries of the Duck, Elk, and Caney Fork rivers in the Barrens region of Coffee, Cannon, and Warren counties in Tennessee.