Hiwassee River


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Hi·was·see River

 (hī-wŏs′ē)
A river rising in northeast Georgia and flowing about 240 km (150 mi) northward across southwest North Carolina and into southeast Tennessee, where it joins the Tennessee River.
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Structures within the Walden Creek Group proximal to the confluence of the Hiwassee River and Wolf Creek, Polk County, Tennessee.
4:45 POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS AND HABITAT PREFERENCES OF A STATE-ENDANGERED CRAYFISH CAMBARUS PARRISHI IN THE UPPER HIWASSEE RIVER, ** Kacey R.
Lonza is a global company headquartered in Basel, Switzerland and has a plant on the Hiwassee River in north Bradley County.
Using the results of 15 years of previous graduate student research projects and the financial support of a host of state and federal agencies, the first successful captive propagation of an endangered mussel species, the tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri), occurred in summer 1997 in the Hiwassee River, Tennessee.
From 1998 through 2001, nearly 260,000 juvenile mussels of eight endangered species and one of special concern were propagated and released to two major river systems (Clinch/ Powell and Hiwassee River systems) to augment declining mussel populations.
1982) conducted an ecological study of land mollusks in the Hiwassee River basin and found greater species diversity occurred on steep slopes when compared to moderate slopes.
Ecological studies of land snails in the Hiwassee River Basin of Tennessee, U.
The Hiwassee River contains an extemely small and currently nonreproducing population of tan riffleshells.
The species was reclassified as threatened in 1983 after recovery efforts established a reproducing population in the Hiwassee River and additional specimens were collected in the Paint Rock River, Alabama, the sequatchie River, and Big Sewee and South Chickamauga creeks, Tennessee (Biggins and Eager, 1983).
tanasi in the Hiwassee River but [less than or equal to] 5 individuals in each of the following: Holston, Little, and Sequatchie rivers and Big Sewee and South Chickamauga creeks.
located in Polk County along the Hiwassee River in the extreme southeastern corner of the state.
Administered by the Southwestern North Carolina RC&D through the grassroots Little Tennessee Watershed Association, this project has secured three separate $100,000 EPA Clean Water Act (section 319) grants for restoration projects in the Little Tennessee and an adjacent watershed, the Hiwassee River.