Leaf River


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Leaf River

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A river, about 290 km (180 mi) long, of southeast Mississippi flowing generally south to join the Chickasawhay and form the Pascagoula River.
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The two major herds, Leaf River and George River, have plummeted in recent years.
It is uniquely qualified to house what we're going to have there," said Speed, principal of Jackson's Leaf River Group and managing partner in a development partnership that includes Ditto's StateStreet Group and Kassinger Development Group of Charleston, S.C.
Aaron Palmer, president of Leaf River Tclephone Co.
Johnson State Park near Hattiesburg is located near the Leaf River WMA.
Leaf River Energy Center LLC, a subsidiary of NGS Energy LP, has started operations of a gas storage facility on April 1, 2011.
Photo courtesy of Camp Kupugani, Leaf River, Illinois.
The 2010 Leaf River iR-7SS trail camera was designed to produce first-rate, 7-megapixel trail photos--daytime color and nighttime black and white--as well as high-quality video with audio.
Leaf River Energy Center LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Westport, CT-based NGS Energy LP, has received a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) authorizing development and operation of a salt dome natural gas storage facility and associated pipeline infrastructure in Mississippi.
2:15 UPPER LEAF RIVER BASIN BASEFLOW STUDY: A PRELIMINARY STUDY FOR SURFACE WATER/GROUNDWATER INTERACTIONS WITHIN THE PASCAGOULA BASIN
Chimo), Schefferville or to a small landing strip near the Caniapiscau River to hunt the Leaf River or George River herds.
Stevenson, I.M., 1968, A geological reconnaissance of Leaf River Map-Area, New Quebec and Northwest Territoiries: Geological Survey of Canada, Memoir 356, 112 p.