Apalachicola River

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a river in northwestern Florida formed by the confluence of the Chattahoochee River and the Flint River at the Florida border

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Marks, Talquin, Ochlockonee, Flint Rock, Apalachicola and Apalachicola River WMAs.
Wilber (1992) examined the relationship between Apalachicola River discharge and Apalachicola Bay oyster fishery catch per unit effort (CPUE) as a proxy for abundance from 1960 to 1984.
To investigate drainage-level differences in successful hatch timing, juveniles were collected from the Pascagoula River basin in Mississippi during 2005-2009 and from the Apalachicola River basin in Florida during 2007-2008 and then aged by counting daily otolith rings.
48) Florida also receives several ecosystem service benefits from the Apalachicola River, including flood mitigation and attenuation, water filtration, and waste assimilation.
Age, growth, and reproductive biology of three catostomids from the Apalachicola River, Florida.
The courtroom was full last month as Justice Ricky Polston was sworn in as the Florida Supreme Court's 55th chief justice, the first to come from west of the Apalachicola River since 1925.
Kau encounters renegades and thieves, traitors and mercenaries, and the dark prophetic magic of the forest before he finally finds himself within the walls of a remote fort on the Apalachicola River.
Further complicating the matter is that the water flowing into the Apalachicola River also affects several endangered species.
neislerii in the Apalachicola River based on a literature review and recent surveys.
Residents along the Apalachicola River in Florida are furious at a decades-long Corps dredging project designed to build a canal for a barge industry that sends so few vessels downstream each month that locals can count them on a single hand.
The conservation of the property provides further protection to the Apalachicola River watershed.
Development slashed the torreya's habitat to one area along the Apalachicola River, where a fungus is now attacking the last stand.