2005; Runyan, 2007; Perkin et al, 2010; Kollaus et al, 2015) with abundances categorized as occasional (7 to 22% in relative abundances) to frequent (30 to 37%) in 10 other streams or stream reaches among five drainages (Colorado River, Guadalupe River, San Antonio River, Nueces River
, Pecos River, and Rio Grande).
El ganador de 2015 fue "Conservation genetics of the cyprinid fishes in the upper Nueces River
basin in central Texas," The Southwestern Naturalist 59(1): 1-8, por E.
For example, rather than focusing on the intentions of General Zachary Taylor, commander of the American forces, Murphy asks why Mexican forces failed to attack US troops when the latter first crossed into disputed territory south of the Nueces River
5 million Nueces River
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Texas claimed its territory extended to the Rio Grande, while Mexico insisted the proper border was the Nueces River
, far to the east.
While Mexico considered the Nueces River
, farther north than the Rio Grande River, as the actual boundary of Texas, and the United States insisted the boundary was the Rio Grande (as Santa Anna had agreed to in 1836), the Mexican government argued that Santa Anna had acted in duress.
During the 1990s, I had the privilege of helping my good friend, Ken Bailey, manage 15,000 acres he had acquired along the Nueces River
in southwest Texas.
Terrapins were trapped October-December 2010 and in October 2011 at 13 stations in the tidal segment of the Nueces River
, the Nueces Delta, and Nueces Bay (Fig.
The Nueces Strip is that portion of south Texas bounded by the Nueces River
and Corpus Christi on the north, the Rio Grande River and Brownsville on the south and extends northwestwardly along the Mexican border to Laredo.
It is not known just exactly when the settlers moved from Refugio to the Nueces River
site; however, by November 18, 1830, the move was completed.
By 1969, it was documented in the Lower Rio Grande Valley and lower Nueces River
of South Texas (Murray 1971).
Some examples are Breeds Hill for the Revolutionary War; the sea battle between the Chesapeake and the Leopard for the War of 1812; disputed territory between the Rio Grande and Nueces River
for the Mexican War; Baltimore for the Civil War; the sinking of the USS Maine in Havana Harbor for the Spanish American War; Sarajevo for World War I; the invasion of Manchuria or Poland or the attack on Pearl Harbor for World War II; the 38th Parallel for the Korean War; the Gulf of Tonkin for the Vietnam War; and the invasion of Kuwait for the Gulf War.