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Muskingum

(məskĭng`gəm), river, 111 mi (179 km) long, formed in NE Ohio, at Coshocton, by the union of the Walhonding and Tuscarawas rivers and flowing S through Zanesville, then SE to the Ohio River at Marietta. The Muskingum River system has extensive flood control projects. The canalized lower river is navigable. The upper river was a link in the Ohio and Erie Canal.
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The second site was at the McCallister Field Station (a field research station owned by Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio) in a wetland located in a zone of abandoned farmland.
INGOLD INGOLD@MUSKINGUM.EDU, BIOLOGY DEPT., MUSKINGUM COLLEGE, NEW CONCORD, OH 43762, CHARLOTTE WORSHTALL CWORSTALL@HOTMAIL.COM, RICK YOST RYOST@MUSKINGUM.EDU
PAUL SZALAY (A) PSZALAY@MUSKINGUM.EDU, MATTHIAS ZELLER (B), ALLEN HUNTER (B), (A) MUSKINGUM COLLEGE, DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, NEW CONCORD, OH 43762, (B) YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY