Verdigris River


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Ver·di·gris River

 (vûr′dĭ-grĭs)
A river, about 450 km (280 mi) long, of southeast Kansas and northeast Oklahoma flowing generally southward to the Arkansas River.
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This site is located along a sharp bend of the Verdigris River, Montgomery County, Kansas within an area prone to severe riverbank erosion and was approved for a streambank stabilization project pending an archeological survey.
The Verdigris River watershed originates in the tallgrass prairie eco-region and the majority of the upland vegetative cover is native grassland (United States Geological Survey, 2000).
They were discovered growing in limestone canyons near Tulsa along the Verdigris River, a prairie stream and a seemingly unlikely locale for healthy, beautiful stands of sugar maple.
An ecological study of the fishes of the Fall and Verdigris Rivers in Wilson and Montgomery Counties, Kansas, March 1954 to February 1955.