Muskingum River


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Mus·king·um River

 (mə-skĭng′əm, -gəm)
A river of eastern Ohio flowing about 180 km (110 mi) south and southeast to the Ohio River at Marietta.
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The 275-meter (902-foot) contour follows the courses of the Muskingum River, Walhonding River, and Killbuck Creek into northern Wayne County, Ohio.
Museum specimens indicate the Diamond Darter was once distributed throughout the Ohio River Basin, but it is now likely extirpated from the Muskingum River, the Ohio River, the Green River, and the Cumberland River drainage (Welsh and Wood, 2008; Welsh et al., 2009; Welsh et al, 2014).
A Muskingum River Hydro has been set up by FP New Hydro and AECOM Capital to develop and build 6 hydropower projects on the Muskingum River in southeastern Ohio.
FFP New Hydro LLC, a portfolio of 23 hydropower development projects, has received hydropower licenses from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for four projects located on the Muskingum River in Ohio.
The list of plants includes Philip Sporn, Kammer and Kanawha Valley in West Virginia; Muskingum River in Ohio; Tanners Creek in Indiana; and Glen Lyn in Virginia.
After his experiments in the Muskingum River, McCarthy proposed a hydrological model suitable only in rivers (Muskingum model, [10, 43]) operating with input and output flows.
Muskingum River is stunning, while Sat Neath Her Window is touching and Delicate Grace can be described as beautifully evocative.
There are four popular "deer camp" locations, said Greenwood, along the Little Muskingum River (Highway 26) in Washington and Monroe counties that see quite a bit of activity during both the archery and shotgun seasons.
Snyder Jr., which is tied up on the Muskingum River at Marietta, Ohio.
Located in the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio's Washington County, the city is outlined on its southern border by the Ohio River, which is joined in Marietta by a major tributary, the Muskingum River.
The Ohio Company went forward, however, and in 1788 some of its members established the first American settlement in the Old Northwest on the tract it had purchased, founding the city of Marietta (named for Marie Antoinette of France) on the Muskingum River in the southeastern portion of what is now Ohio.