Tallapoosa River


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river that rises in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest through central Alabama to join the Coosa River near Montgomery and form the Alabama River

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On that site in March 1814, Jackson attacked the Creek stronghold on Horseshoe Bend, a peninsula jutting into the Tallapoosa River.
We are conducting a two year water quality study on the Tallapoosa River, the Little Tallapoosa River, the Chattahoochee River and a small creek on the University of West Georgia (Central Campus Branch) that compares correlations between water quality parameters and flow, rainfall, basin size, and human activity.
The Tallapoosa shiner (Cyprinella gibbsi) was first described from Enitachope (or alternatively, Enitachopco) Creek near Ashland (Howell and Williams, 1971), and is currently known exclusively from the Tallapoosa River system above the Fall Line (Mettee et al.
Buck Creek, a tributary of the Little Tallapoosa River is currently the recipient of wastewater treatment and emergency water withdrawal.
Heavy rainfall in the last 24 hours on the Tallapoosa River system has caused a substantial increase to water flowing into Lake Martin.
9:00 HOW CITIES AFFECT WATER QUALITY: A STUDY OF THE LITTLE TALLAPOOSA RIVER AS IT FLOWS THROUGH CARROLL COUNTY, GEORGIA, James Brian Nicholas and Curtis L.
The Tallapoosa shiner, Cyprinella gibbsi (Howell and Williams, 1971) was previously known only from the Tallapoosa River (Mettee et al.
This hydroelectric project is located on the Tallapoosa River and consists of Yates and Thurlow dams.
From its headwaters northeast of Carroliton, Buffalo Creek flows southwest for approximately 12 1/2 miles before emptying into the Little Tallapoosa River.
From the eastern edge of Choccolocco Valley and extending several miles eastward into the Piedmont Physiographic Province and the Tallapoosa River drainage are outcrops of lithic resources that were highly valued by aboriginal populations.
Dana (1819) described an area 60 miles (97 km) north of where the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers combine: "The streams are margined with cane.
Last year's cleanup involved more than 1,700 volunteers who pulled more than 142 tons of litter and debris from lakes on the Coosa, Black Warrior and Tallapoosa rivers.
What began as a small community cleanup and restoration project has now expanded to include six Coosa River lakes, as well as lakes on the Black Warrior and Tallapoosa rivers.
The central Alabama wells were completed in sand and gravel deposits underlying the flood plains of the Alabama, Black Warrior, Coosa, and Tallapoosa Rivers.
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