South Platte


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South′ Platte′


n.
a river flowing NE from central Colorado to the Platte River in W Nebraska. 424 mi. (683 km) long.
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Noun1.South Platte - a tributary of the Platte River
Centennial State, Colorado, CO - a state in west central United States in the Rocky Mountains
Cornhusker State, Nebraska, NE - a midwestern state on the Great Plains
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The project also includes full reconstruction of existing pavement, the addition of auxiliary lanes at selected locations, on- and off-ramp improvements, realignment of substandard curves, widening of existing bridges, replacing the bridges over the South Platte River, the installation of tolling equipment and new C-470 trail underpasses at Colorado and Quebec.
On January 13, 2017 the body of Adam Gilbertson (29) was found in the South Platte River in Denver, Colorado.
The track was devastated by the 1965 Great South Platte River flood, forcing the rescue of more than a hundred horses.
The North Platte and South Platte Rivers meet in which state u New Mexico or Nebraska?
But metropolitan Denver is also a major source, through its wastewater, for agriculture in the South Platte Valley to Nebraska.
Persistence of Plains Topminnow at historic locations was either positively or negatively associated with at least one fish assemblage characteristic evaluated in the Loup (ra = 106), North Platte (ra = 73), South Platte (ra = 40), Middle Platte (ra = 65), Elkhorn (ra = 39), and Niobrara (n = 95) river basins.
Bill eloped young and worked as a milkman and real estate salesman before buying land beside the South Platte River in the 1960s.
It was created by a dam placed on the South Platte River.
Not only were flooding impacts felt in narrow mountain canyons, but flooding across the Front Range combined into a large-scale, multistate flood event as tributary waters swelled and flowed down the South Platte River onto the high plains across northeast Colorado and into Nebraska.
In the months after the disaster, researchers detected record high levels of drugs in the South Platte River Basin, near the state's northern border.
His experience in the field, along with a prime location deep in the V created by the convergence of the North and South Platte, keeps his daily bird average in the double-digits, enough that his percentage of repeat clients is the envy of other snow-goose outfitters.
It closes with case studies of several river systems with a history: the Upper South Platte drainage in Colorado, Upper Rio Chagres in Panama, Mackenzie River drainage in Canada, the Oregon Coast Range, and the Yuma Wash in Arizona.

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