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Mobile Bay,

arm of the Gulf of Mexico, SW Ala., from 8 to 18 mi (12.9–29 km) wide, extending c.35 mi (56 km) from the Gulf to the mouth of the Mobile River. A ship channel connects Mobile Bay with the Gulf. The Intracoastal Waterway passes through the southern part of the bay. Mobile, Ala., is on the northwest shore. Admiral David Farragut, a Civil War naval hero, won the celebrated battle of Mobile Bay on Aug. 5, 1864.
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Mobile Bay has more influence from freshwater coming into the bay.
It was taken up by a local chapter of the group Daughters of the American Revolution, said to have paid for the plaque to be erected at Fort Morgan, Mobile Bay, in 1953.
The existing 123-mile, 30-inch Mobile Bay Lateral extends from an interconnection with the Transco mainline at Station 85 near Butler, AL, to Station 82 near Coden, AL.
and its wholly-owned subsidiary Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Company, LLC (Transco) today announced that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved its application to construct and operate Transco's Mobile Bay South III Expansion project, which would provide additional firm natural gas transportation capacity to growing markets in the Southeast United States by the spring of 2015.
Growing power-generation demand has dramatically increased utilization of Transco's Mobile Bay Lateral in recent years," said Frank Ferazzi, general manager of the Transco system.
Mobile Bay has seen significant loss of marsh, seagrass and oyster reef habitats through development practices, erosion, storm events and most recently, the impacts of the Gulf oil spill.
A systematic, road-kill survey was conducted on the Mobile Bay Causeway from April 2001 to December 2008 to assess the numbers of Alabama red-bellied turtles (Pseudemys alabamensis) that were killed by automobile traffic.
SK2 (SW) Michael Burford, USN, (Gold Star in Lieu of Second Award), DLR Custodian, Supply Management Certification, USS Mobile Bay (CG 53), August 2006 to July 2007.
It is said in 1170 Prince Madog ab Owain Gwynedd and his brother Riryd sailed from Aber-Kerrik-Gwynan on the North Wales coast - now Rhos on Sea - to Mobile Bay, Alabama The Welsh name of Llandrillo yn Rhos came from St Trillo monks, who built an enclosure known as a Llan - Rhos means Marsh, so the name means Llan of St Trillo by the Marsh At low tide you can see the remains of the medieval Rhos Fynach fishing weir
and at the Coast Guard Fire Safety and Test Detachment on Sand Island in Mobile Bay, Ala.

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