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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The distribution of tree species in steepheads of the Apalachicola River Bluff, Florida.
The Apalachicola River provides habitat for an endemic freshwater mussel (family: Unionidae) the fat threeridge, Amblema neislerii (Lea, 1858), which was listed as endangered on 15 April 1998.
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.
Rising in Georgia's mountainous northeast quarter, the Chattahoochee plunges a total of 4,700 feet on its 524-mile run to the Gulf of Mexico, which it enters as the Apalachicola River.
FRCC encompasses Peninsular Florida, east of the Apalachicola River.
The Jim Woodruff Dam is a massive dam over the Apalachicola River and the tailrace below is no less impressive.
The Chattahoochee River originates in the Blue Ridge Mountains in northeast Georgia and flows south for 690 km, where it joins with the Flint River (at Lake Seminole) to form the Apalachicola River (ACF River Basin), which then continues another 180 km to the Gulf of Mexico.
Polston will become only the second chief justice from Jackson County and the first to come from west of the Apalachicola River since 1925.
Mary's River ($150,000) and Apalachicola River Basin ($100,000).
The conifer grows only in ravines along a short stretch of the Apalachicola River between Florida and Georgia.
The Florida torreya has been known by botanists since 1838 when it was common in its restricted habitat of cool ravines along a 21-mile section of the Apalachicola River in the panhandle of Florida.