Mountain Valley Spring Water, which has bottled Arkansas' Ouachita Mountain
water for more than a century and marketed it around the world, has been sold for a second time in five years, this time for $78.5 million.
putorius was found to be associated with thick understory in Tennessee and displayed second order selection for young dense forest stands with complex understory structure and closed canopy in the Ouachita Mountains
(Reed and Kennedy, 2000, Lesmeister et al., 2009).
Intervals for fires in this area averaged <10 years in the pre-settlement Ouachita Mountains
region with fires occurring predominantly in late-growing and dormant seasons (T.
Crews returned to the craggy Ouachita Mountains
on horseback and all-terrain vehicles at daybreak Saturday, hoping to find campers who survived after walls of water chased them from their campgrounds along the Caddo and Little Missouri rivers.
amnis were taken well above the interface of the GCP and the Ouachita Mountains
uplift in Garland and Scott counties.
He slows down for exciting bits, such as the initial construction of the southeastern US, the rising up of the Appalachian and Ouachita Mountains
, and the formation of the Mississippi Embayment.
Martin (history, Middle Tennessee State U.) describes the history of tourism in the American Mountain South (comprised of Southern Appalachia, the Cumberland Plateau, the Ouachita Mountains
, and the Ozark Mountains), chronologically analyzing economic, cultural, and environmental impacts from 1865 through the dawn of the 21st century.
The mapleleaf oak (Quercus acerifolia), recently elevated to full species from a variety of Shumard oak, has only been found at six sites in the Magazine and Ouachita mountains
of Arkansas, and totals only a few hundred individual trees.
We are a pair of 50-plus year-old sisters who live on 120 acres in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains
and don't want to wrestle 150-200-pound goats if we can help it.
From the top of the Hot Springs Mountain Observation Tower (admission $6) you can see the rounded peaks of the Ouachita mountains
It is often difficult to understand the context of folding in the Ouachita Mountains
. Lack of outcrop continuity, lateral stratigraphic changes, and polyphase deformation interact to confound observers and interpreters and to make it especially difficult for instructors trying to teach in the field.
Governor Cherry's second big mistake in 1954 was to redbait Faubus on account of his 1935 attendance at Commonwealth College, a socialist institution that had flourished briefly in the Ouachita Mountains
near the town of Mena, Arkansas.