Apalachicola


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Ap•a•lach•i•co•la

(ˌæp əˌlætʃ əˈkoʊ lə)

n.
a river flowing S from NW Florida into the Gulf of Mexico. 90 mi. (145 km) long.
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Noun1.Apalachicola - a river in northwestern Florida formed by the confluence of the Chattahoochee River and the Flint River at the Florida border
Everglade State, FL, Florida, Sunshine State - a state in southeastern United States between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War
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Heavy storms may also flood portions of the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Mobile, Pensacola and Apalachicola, as well as areas just inland.
City of Apalachicola ($40,000) to create a 10-year plan for completion of community projects required as part of the Apalachicola Bay Area of Critical State Concern statute.
The Apalachicola Bay Oyster Situation Report noted: "The total current area of oyster bar in Apalachicola Bay that is not open to fishing is unknown..." (Havens et al.
Torrential rains are battering the Panhandle city of Apalachicola. In Panama City Beach, winds reached a speed of 100 mph and tore houses apart due to storm surges.
Michael's eye was about 105 miles from Panama City and 100 miles from Apalachicola, but moving relatively fast at 13mph.
Twenty miles to the south, floodwaters were more than 7-1/2 feet (2.3 meters) deep near Apalachicola, a town of about 2,300 residents, hurricane center chief Ken Graham said.
The storm was centered roughly 270 miles south of Apalachicola, Florida, and was expected to make a landfall near Panama City, Florida on Wednesday afternoon as a Category 4 storm.
However, SCOTUS reviewed that decision and ruled the special master should reconsider Florida's argument that a cap in Georgia's water consumption could benefit Florida's Apalachicola Bay.
However, all portions of this study were conducted in the Apalachicola National Forest near Wilma, Florida U.S.A.
One such species, shoal bass, is found in the Apalachicola River Basin in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, occurring throughout the Flint and Chattahoochee river watersheds.
Now, Hill plans to build a house in the quaint fishing village of Apalachicola, and kayak and canoe with his wife, Mollie, whom he met at the Bar and married in 1980.
TRACKING INDUSTRIAL METALS AND CONTAMINATION IN THE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER: POTENTIAL POINT AND NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION TO THE APALACHICOLA BLUEWAY.