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Coosa

(ko͞o`sə), river, 286 mi (460 km) long, rising in NW Ga. and flowing SW through E Ala., joining the Tallapoosa near Montgomery, Ala., to form the Alabama River. Locks and dams make the river navigable for barges to Rome, Ga. Jordan, Lay, and Mitchell dams on the river generate electricity.
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The Company's battery-materials projects include the Coosa Graphite Project - the most advanced natural flake graphite project in the contiguous United States - and the associated Coosa Graphite Mine located across 41,900 acres (17,000 hectares) in east-central Alabama.
He also worked as the principal biologist on a landmark project to restore flows to a bypassed section of the Coosa River downstream of Weiss Lake.
Focusing on his home waters, the Coosa Chain of Lakes in Alabama, Dannenmueller offers a slightly different perspective.
Next, all bulkheads and the aft deck (including all hatches and gutters) were templated and constructed using 1/2-inch Coosa Blue Water Series, the highest density version of this board available.
The Coosa Graphite Project represents the largest Indicated Mineral Resource1 of flake graphite in the United States of America.
In Georgia, the species is restricted to streams within the Coosa River drainage.
(1999) found a positive relationship between channel catfish abundance and velocity in the Black Warrior, Coosa, Alabama, and Tennessee Rivers.
SPATIO-TEMPORAL INVESTIGATION OF E-COLI CONTAMINATION OF TRIBUTARY CREEKS: FROM TALLASEEHATCHEE TO THE COOSA. KAILA BROWN PHYSICAL AND EARTH SCIENCE.
While the retailer does not offer company names (beyond Irving Personal Care and Nicepak) it announces locations--Mocksville, NC and Tel Aviv, Israel for the backsheet (Avgol), Houston, TX for the superabsorbent polymer (Enichem) and fluff pulp from Coosa Pina, AL (Resolute Forest Products).
Skeen said the free dump days in Coosa and Cave Spring earlier this year resulted in the collection of more than 60 tons of garbage and household items that Floyd Countians no longer had a use for.
In 1962, KC purchased timberland and a pulp mill located in Alabama ("the Coosa Properties") from which it harvested trees and produced pulp used in the manufacture of its products for the next 34 years.
Now, researchers have found a population of one of those species-a freshwater limpet last seen more than 60 years ago and presumed extinct-in a tributary of the heavily dammed Coosa River in Alabama's Mobile River Basin.