Rappahannock River

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a river that flows across eastern Virginia into the Tidewater region

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Mean % of annual Minimum Maximum Area catch (t) mean catch catch (t) catch (t) Smith Point 9,564 62 6,593 13,518 Pocomoke 2,575 17 593 4,630 Rappahannock River 2,719 18 359 4,566 Silver Beach 331 2 0 1,655 York River 50 <1 0 258 Cape Charles 170 1 0 579 Ocean View 26 <1 0 202 Table 7.
Indeed, in the York River estuary, a few kilometers south of the Rappahannock River, Raymond and Bauer (2001) estimate that between 38% and 56% of dissolved organic carbon was derived from internal (autochthonous) sources.
The Rappahannock River flows 184 miles from a spring in the Blue Ridge Mountains to the waters of the Chesapeake Bay.
Once, on assignment for Sports Illustrated, I spent weeks in a canoe on Virginia's remote and lovely Rappahannock River, unofficial dividing line between Blue and Gray in the Civil War.
He is a Past President of the Fredericksburg Rotary Club and currently serves on the Boards of Germanna Community College Educational Foundation and the Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region.
Travis Croxton is the co-owner of Rappahannock River Oysters, LLC in Virginia (www.
The Virginia Department of Transportation anticipates the need to purchase phosphorus credits to address post construction water quality requirement for construction/ maintenance projects within the Rappahannock River Watershed.
A proposed Vulcan Materials mining project along the Rappahannock River in Caroline County, Va.
When completed, it will stretch from the eastern Blue Ridge Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay, roughly following the Rappahannock River basin and servicing customers in 25 contiguous counties.
The divisions in Northern Virginia and other so-called battleground states may be real and deeply felt, but as I stood atop Marye's Heights and looked out over Fredericksburg, the Rappahannock River, and the hills beyond, I still saw one country.
In the summer of 2002, the Rappahannock River in central Virginia dwindled to a drought-ravaged trickle, its level so low that outfitters had to shut down because canoes could not run it.
In 1980 and 1989, the Colonial Pipeline ruptured 30 or 40 miles up the Rappahannock River.
One of my favorite canoe trips took place in the early summer down a stretch of the narrow Rappahannock River in Virginia.
With its general office in Fredericksburg, VA, Rappahannock will maintain more than 15,500 miles of power lines through its service area, ranging from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the mouth of the Rappahannock River.
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