Brazos River


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a river that rises in Mexico and flows across Texas into the Gulf of Mexico

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Lack of recent collection in the San Gabriel River (Brazos River drainage) might be attributed to extirpation events or incorrect listing of the Brazos River drainage as part of Texas Shiner's range.
I am also concerned of the future effects it will have on the ground water and the Brazos River," Byars said.
Archer presents students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with a comprehensive examination of the geology, ecology, and cultural history of the Brazos River in Western Texas.
On its surface, the Brazos River today differs little from the
The Brazos River flooded about 30 miles (50 km) west of Fort Worth and was expected to crest on Thursday evening.
Bell is Vice-President of Compass Financial Strategies and serves as a board member of the Abilene Regional Medical Center, past Vice-President of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce, past member of the Society of Financial Service Professionals, and previous board member of the Brazos River Authority.
With the lush, dense forest setting the stage just north of the Brazos River, Sienna Plantation offers a suburban life that is removed from the hectic demands of everyday life.
Graves was best known for ''Goodbye to a River,'' a memoir of a canoe trip down the Brazos River that chronicled nature in masterful language and used history and philosophy to capture a sense of place.
False spike, Quadrula mitchelli (Simpson, 1895), is a rare unionid mussel in central and western Texas that historically inhabited the Rio Grande, Guadalupe, San Antonio, Colorado, and Brazos river basins.
Rio Roca Chapel was designed by Fayetteville architecture firm Maurice Jennings + Walter Jennings Architects, PLLC, and is located along the Brazos River in Texas.
Field work was conducted in Palo Pinto County along the Brazos River on May 14, 2003 and May 11, 2004 to obtain fruits from Glottidium vesicarium (Jacq.
This history of the Brazos river region in the nineteenth century examines the influence of ethnic and cultural diversity on the slave holding plantation society developed along the contested Mexican border.
The authors are Texans as are most of the destinations beginning at the Wildcatter Ranch about ninety minutes north of Fort Worth on the Brazos River.
14) During the association's early years, the majority of its churches lined the Brazos River as far north as Waco and as far south as the Gulf Coast region below Galveston.
For fifteen years, Waco was best known as the location of the only bridge across the Brazos River.
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