Delaware River

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a river that rises in the Catskills in southeastern New York and flows southward along the border of Pennsylvania with New York and New Jersey to northern Delaware where it empties into Delaware Bay

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CONTACT: Kate Philips 717-783-1116 Christina Novak (DCNR) 717-772-9101 Mariann Porter Dempsey Delaware River City Corp.
But a new threat looms: Hydraulic fracturing (or "fracking") would tap natural gas in the sprawling Marcellus Shale region but could compromise the ecological balance of the Delaware River by seriously affecting eel habitat.
Hydraulic fracturing poses a possible health and environmental threat to the millions of people who make their home in the Delaware River watershed and the almost 10 percent of the nation s population who rely on these waters for drinking, recreational, and industrial use.
The entire Upper Delaware River and its watershed are located over a geological formation known as the Marcellus Shale.
Recommendation: To better ensure that decision makers have the most current information about changes that could affect the benefits of the Delaware River deepening project, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the U.
The Delaware River historically supported populations of both species (Cope, 1883; Bean, 1893; and Cobb, 1900) and, in the 19th century, was the location of the largest and most profitable Atlantic sturgeon fishery on the East Coast (Ryder, 1888).
CUTLINE: Scout Troop 125 recently returned from its watery adventure down the Delaware River.
In New Jersey, the Lambertville sewage and dechlorination plants were both under water on Thursday morning, possibly contaminating the Delaware River, as well as the water supply, emergency planning officials said.
With newcomers attracted by whitewater rafting on the Delaware River, skiing and snowboarding, lots of golfing, hiking and mountain biking (not to mention outlet shopping), the Poconos today are the setting for the state's biggest real estate boom, with new housing developments springing up all over and threatening to destroy the region's rustic charms.
The Delaware River Port Authority is seeking market research firms with experience in conducting consumer market research studies, including the evaluation of potential product/service enhancements.
The PRPA is the Pennsylvania Regional Port Authority which operates ports in Philadelphia just across the Delaware River from New Jersey.
Under the definitive agreement, Ferro would acquire the business, including the Santicizer brand of plasticizers, as well as Solutia's Delaware River plant in Bridgeport, NJ, and other assets.
you might ask, irreligiously, of River, Eiko and Koma's aquatic set piece based on a dance that premiered last August in the Delaware River.
James Gallagher led America's revolutionary forces across the fast-moving Delaware River for the last time Wednesday.
What was undertaken as an avocation resulted in a thoroughly professional and creditable contribution, the biography of Josiah White (1781-1850), a general entrepreneur of Quaker stock and persuasion who lived in the Delaware River Valley of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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