Mobile River


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Noun1.Mobile River - a river in southwestern AlabamaMobile River - a river in southwestern Alabama; flows into Mobile Bay
Alabama, Camellia State, Heart of Dixie, AL - a state in the southeastern United States on the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
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The assets principally consisted of approximately 40 acres of industrial land, including 4,500 feet of waterfront on the Mobile River, and shipyard equipment, including two floating dry docks, and other associated real property.
His secondary targets are cypress trees growing in the relatively clear water of Gunnison Creek off the Mobile River.
New distribution records are reported for five species of fishes in the upper Mobile River Basin.
Historically, this distinct population segment existed in the longleaf pine forests of the lower coastal plain from east of the Mississippi River in Louisiana to the Mobile River delta in Alabama.
As a result of this transaction, USX has become the sole owner of Transtar and its remaining direct subsidiaries--the Birmingham Southern Railroad Company; the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Company; the Lake Terminal Railroad Company; the McKeesport Connecting Railroad Company; the Mobile River Terminal Company, Inc.
Discharge of the Mobile River system into Mobile Bay was below average annual flow during these years.
the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Company; the Lake Terminal Railroad Company; the McKeesport Connecting Railroad Company; the Union Railroad Company; the Warrior & Gulf Navigation Company and its subsidiary, the Mobile River Terminal Company, Inc.
As a result of this transaction, USX will become the sole owner of Transtar and its remaining direct subsidiaries--the Birmingham Southern Railroad Company; the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Company; the Lake Terminal Railroad Company; the McKeesport Connecting Railroad Company; the Mobile River Terminal Company, Inc.
As a result of this transaction, USX would become the sole owner of Transtar and its remaining direct subsidiaries -- the Birmingham Southern Railroad Company; the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Company; The Lake Terminal Railroad Company; the McKeesport Connecting Railroad Company; the Mobile River Terminal Company, Inc.
Listing the sturgeon will not stop navigation channel maintenance dredging in the Mobile River Basin.
Mollusks are found throughout the Mississippi River basin and the Atlantic Coast drainages, but the center of their North American distribution is a region that encompasses the Cumberland, Tennessee, and Mobile river drainages.
The Alabama sturgeon, a freshwater fish that historically inhabited some 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) of the Mobile River system in Alabama, was once so abundant that it was caught and sold commercially.

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