Maumee River

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Mau·mee River

 (mô-mē′, mô′mē)
A river rising in northeast Indiana and flowing about 210 km (130 mi) east and northeast to Lake Erie at Toledo, Ohio.
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Even with widespread adoption of conservation measures, 800,000 cubic yards (about 612 million litres) of phosphorus-laden sediment are dumped into Lake Erie from the Maumee River flowing through Ohio's breadbasket.
Toledo was a prime location in the development of commerce in the mid-nineteenth century, mainly due to its proximity to Lake Erie and the mouth of the Maumee River.
Hardy was found dead in the Maumee River, Wednesday, and identified by the Allen County Coroner's office.
Mike Kiester, city Utilities Engineering manager, said, "We're proposing to go almost 25,000 feet, or five miles, starting at our east Dwenger site next to our water pollution control plant, basically following the Maumee River and then the St.
Tributary streams include the Bear Creek, Ottawa River, Maumee River, Crane Creek, Turtle Creek, Toussaint Creek, Portage River, Big Muddy Creek, Sandusky River, Cold Creek, Huron River, and Vermillion River.
Similarly, high temperature water flowing out of a power plant near the mouth of the Maumee River may have created a veliger shadow (i.
The International Joint Commission--including the United States and Canada-has set a goal to decrease annual total phosphorus loading from the Maumee River basin, the largest single tributary to Lake Erie, by 39 percent, while the Ohio Phosphorus Task Force has recommended reducing spring phosphorus loads by 37 percent.
The oak openings Region, remnants of the Great Black Swamp, and the Maumee River are just some of the park district's treasures.
Toledo draws its drinking water supplies from Lake Erie and the algae blooms there have been traced to fertilizer runoff from farms carried into the lake by the Maumee River, which drains a large portion of northwestern Ohio and northeastern Indiana.
It's fed by the Maumee River from an intake three miles upstream from the factory.
Also targeted are the Maumee River in Ohio, a Lake Erie Tributary, and Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay.
By the 1920s, Toledo's wealthy industrialists began to build their riverfront summer mansions along the picturesque banks of the Maumee River, just outside the city.