pulchra was discovered in the Coosa River
near Rome in 2011 (Brown et al.
He also collected in two other streams in the Etowah system and eight in the Oostanaula system, as well as in three creeks directly tributary to the Coosa River
Smith (1987, 2000) focused on the Coosa chiefdom of Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia demonstrating a gradual movement downstream on the Tennessee River and the Coosa River
is overseeing a $275 million federal project along the Coosa River
in Alabama that is trying to lower the cost of turning coal into natural gas.
Gravid female mussels were collected from Shoal Creek, Coosa River
system, Cleburne County, Alabama, on 11 March 1997; water temperature was 18 C.
Fundulus bifax, a new species of the subgenus Xenisma from the Tallapoosa and Coosa river
systems of Alabama and Georgia.
Narcotics Detective Billy Vasser, who claimed to have nearly rescued a baby from the Coosa River
following an anonymous tip Tuesday, apparently has a history of getting involved in situations that provide him with opportunities to be a hero, sources told the Associated Press.
Due to the popularity of swimming jigs, and the various habitats anglers fish across the continent, Dirty Jigs Tackle offers three styles--the Swim Jig, which is called a Coosa River
style, with full 50-strand skirt and 3X Mustad Ultrapoint hook in weights from 1/4- to 1/2-ounce; the Finesse Swim Jig with half-cut skirt and 1X Mustad for a slender profile; and the California Swim Jig, with X-tra heavy Gamakatsu hook and weights to 3/4-ounce, for working dense cover and battling monster bass.
TRANSPORTATION OF SUPPLIES "CANNOT BE EFFECTED AT THIS TIME, IF IT EVER CAN BY MEANS OF THE RIVER": THE COOSA RIVER
AND THE CREEK INDIAN WAR.
This is very similar to the movement of the striped bass in the Coosa River
, where the main spawning site was located approximately 48 RK above Lake Weiss (12).
The proposed critical habitat includes portions of the Tombigbee River drainage in Mississippi and Alabama; portions of the Black Warrior River drainage in Alabama: portions of the Alabama River drainage in Alabama; portions of the Cahaba River drainage in Alabama; portions of the Tallapoosa River drainage in Alabama and Georgia; and portions of the Coosa River
drainage in Alabama.
This unique strategy assisted in starting a watershed community-level conservation effort, the Upper Coosa River
Systematics and zoogeography of the unionacean mollusks of the Coosa River
drainage of Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee.
The Coosa River
flows along the western boundary of the county.
According to ADCNR Fisheries Section Chief Stan Cook, the restoration of flow down the original Coosa River
channel is a remarkable event and is the result of years of hard work by the individuals and groups involved in the project.