Satilla River

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Sa·til·la River

A river, about 350 km (220 mi) long, of southeast Georgia flowing generally east, south, and east to an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean.
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Status and genetic character of Atlantic sturgeon in the Satilla River, Georgia.
Table 3 Water temperatures and dissolved oxygen levels in the Altamaha and Satilla rivers in Georgia and the St.
The properties are known as Oglethorpe and Satilla River and are located mainly in Middle and South Georgia with about 95% of the acreage and in North Florida.
* Fast Finding--Flathead catfish, illegally introduced into the Satilla River, Georgia, were first reported there in the mid-1990s, and have harmed the popular native sunfish fishery.
In a study on the Satilla River, a blackwater Coastal Plain river in the southeastern United States, Benke et al.