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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The latest updates to Delawares fish consumption advisories include the tidal Delaware River, the lower Delaware River and Delaware Bay, Atlantic Coastal waters, Waples Pond, Prime Hook Creek and Slaughter Creek.
Results of analysis of the genetic samples taken from shortnose sturgeon as part of the reward program indicated no distinct difference between fish from the Chesapeake Bay and from the Delaware River and Bay; therefore, the 2 groups were assigned to the same population segment (Grunwald et al.
Tittel said the plan does adequately protect the Delaware River and the communities around the site, because the landfill is next to the River and has experienced threats of major floods almost every year.
Further, the company mentioned that it will use a combination of hopper and clamshell vessels to dredge over 1m cu yd to deepen a section of the river from 40 ft to 45 ft, adding that it had deepened a different section of the Delaware River two years ago as well.
The Delaware River Shipbuilding League is due for a successful season in its first year on the baseball diamond judging by the results of Saturday's games," the Philadelphia Public Ledger commented after opening day.
Some 15 million Americans get their drinking water from the Delaware River Basin, many from the river itself.
Patterned after last fall's highly successful Barnegat Bay Blitz, the Dash for the Trash is the first ever to focus an entire weeklong cleanup effort on the Delaware River watershed.
The water supplies of 15 million people in the Northeast will be at risk if the Delaware River is polluted by drilling waste.
The expected scope of hydraulic fracturing in the Delaware River Basin and the prodigious water withdrawals for this process raise important questions and concerns about the cumulative impacts of natural gas exploration and drilling in the Basin.
The Upper Delaware River, the drinking water source for 17 million people across New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania is at risk from shale fracking for natural gas, a process that poisons groundwater and creates toxic pollution, according to an association report.
Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) to implement the Delaware River deepening project, which would deepen the river's shipping channel from 40 to 45 feet.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-3 May 2010-S&P rates Delaware River Port Authority's USD402m bonds at A-(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The study also indicates that juvenile shortnose and Atlantic sturgeons co-occur in the same region of the tidal Delaware River and do not segregate on the basis of salinity, as has been described in other rivers.
A Supreme Court ruling against the state of New Jersey on March 31 may have doomed BP's proposed LNG terminal on the Delaware River.
It is thought almost 30,000 acres of land close to Delaware River, which is further south, was bought by the Welsh.
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