Maumee River

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Mau·mee River

 (mô-mē′, mô′mē)
A river rising in northeast Indiana and flowing about 210 km (130 mi) east and northeast to Lake Erie at Toledo, Ohio.
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The water in the central basin had not been thought of as friendly to cyanobacteria because it is not as warm or nutrient-rich as in the western basin, where nitrogen and phosphorous are plentiful because of agricultural runoff brought in by the Maumee River.
The focus of this investigation is the 4R Program's efforts to address water quality issues in the Maumee River Watershed, a large watershed within the western Lake Erie basin.
Clair by the Detroit River, as well as the muddy Maumee River. This muddy water gets circulated with the clear water of Lake Erie via winds and currents.
"Give it another couple days or thereabout and I'll probably see double the number of fishermen in the Maumee River," he said.
Caption: Even with conservation efforts to curb runoff 612 million litres of phosphorus-laden sediment are dumped into the Maumee River, which flows into Lake Erie at Toledo, Ohio.
Toledo was a prime location in the development of commerce in the mid-nineteenth century, mainly due to its proximity to Lake Erie and the mouth of the Maumee River.
Hardy was found dead in the Maumee River, Wednesday, and identified by the Allen County Coroner's office.
Similarly, high temperature water flowing out of a power plant near the mouth of the Maumee River may have created a veliger shadow (i.e., an area where veligers do not successfully reach; Bryan et al., 2013).
The oak openings Region, remnants of the Great Black Swamp, and the Maumee River are just some of the park district's treasures.
The International Joint Commission--including the United States and Canada-has set a goal to decrease annual total phosphorus loading from the Maumee River basin, the largest single tributary to Lake Erie, by 39 percent, while the Ohio Phosphorus Task Force has recommended reducing spring phosphorus loads by 37 percent.