Loup River


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Loup River

 (lo͞op)
A river of east-central Nebraska rising in three branches and flowing a total length of about 450 km (280 mi) eastward to the Platte River.
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In 2005, the Hanson's started this family owned venture with seven acres that featured an Orchard of Fruit Trees and gardens filled with unique berries along the North Loup River. Unfortunately, in July 2007, Susie became ill one Wednesday and within three days she suffered kidney stones; causing a urinary tract infection that resulted in a blood infection.
The floristic quality indices (FQI) for Sites #1, #2, and #3 (25.08,12.07, and 22.96 respectively) were somewhat low when compared to FQI values from previous studies in the Loup River Valley of Nebraska.
In a plant survey of a Loup River meadow, Veloso and Rothenberger (2008) reported a mean C of 4.14 and a FQI of 64.4.
I was thinking about who had walked the land before me as I sat in a ladder stand strapped to a creek-bottom cottonwood near the Loup River on Oct.
Archaeological evidence suggests Pawnee Indians began building earthen lodges along; the Loup River in east central Nebraska in the 1500s.
ENQUIRIESabout rainfall lead to looks of bemusement and a tour of the computer-driven watering system, with 700 sprinklers and a hotline to the nearby Loup river, all paid for by a meagre 0.95 per cent take-out from the tote.
These five streams were Cottonwood and Elm Creeks in the Republican River basin, Squaw Creek in the Big Blue River basin, the Little Blue River at Ayr, and the Dismal River south of Thedford in the Loup River basin.
Loup River Basin The Loup River basin consists of six main tributaries contributing their flow to form the Loup River proper.
Mine was by a spot known as the "Duck Blind", a lovely clear water slough off the Loup River in a stand of mixed conifers and cotton-woods.
The area of union of the Loup River system with the Platte River basin near Columbus, Nebraska, provides a collective view of the plants found in both river systems.