Wabash River


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Wa·bash River

 (wô′băsh′)
A river of the east-central United States rising in western Ohio and flowing about 765 km (475 mi) generally southwest across Indiana and southward on the Indiana-Illinois border to the Ohio River.
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Noun1.Wabash River - a tributary of the Ohio River that rises in western Ohio and flows southwestward across IndianaWabash River - a tributary of the Ohio River that rises in western Ohio and flows southwestward across Indiana
Hoosier State, Indiana, IN - a state in midwestern United States
Buckeye State, OH, Ohio - a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
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The Indiana Department of Transportation has declared strategy to reconstruct the eastbound bridge over the Wabash River on Sagamore Parkway.
The move sets up a potential showdown between the Rogers Group, Americus-area neighbors who have been fighting the proposed quarry for more than a year and county commissioners who crafted a quarry ban specifically to stop the 524acre plan along the Wabash River.
Troxclair was also involved in the design, startup and operations of Dow Chemical's first commercial coal gasification facility, and later served as plant manager for Destec Energy's Wabash River IGCC power plant.
The signs mark an area where turtles of various species are killed by vehicles as they try to cross National Avenue on the northern edge of the Wabashiki Fish and Wildlife Area just west of the Wabash River, said Amber Slaughterbeck, natural resource programmer for the Vigo County parks department.
Further, the senior author has surveyed suitable habitat along the Illinois side of the lower Wabash River (bordering Posey County, Indiana) from White and Gallatin counties southward into Hardin County and has not located any H.
Diet content and overlap of six species of turtle among the Wabash River.
Federal clean water laws mandate that the city of Lafayette, IN, reduce the volume of combined rainwater and sewage that reaches the Wabash River.
Great Lakes officials are calling for government intervention as Asian Carp have been found in the Wabash River which leads to Lake Erie.
The North American Wetlands Conservation Council approved Ducks Unlimited and its conservation partners' proposal for a $1 million North American Wetlands Conservation Act grant to protect and restore wetland habitat along the Wabash River Corridor in Vermillion, Parke, Putnam, Vigo, Clay, Owen, Sullivan, Greene, Knox, Daviess, Gibson and Pike Counties of Indiana.
Dunning and graduate student Diane Packett observed woodlots at three distances from Indiana's Wabash River and its tributaries - within half a kilometer, between one and five kilometers and at about 20 kilometers.
In the state of Indiana, nestled in the heart of the Midwest, a tall red maple stands on an old mill site along the Wabash River.
Duke Energy Indiana's Wabash River Station is the site of the 260-megawatt Wabash River Coal Gasification project, which was one of the first demonstrations of using coal gasification to produce electricity.