Flint River User S Guide

Author: Joe Cook
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820350524
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The Flint River is arguably Georgia’s most beautiful river, and in terms of the terrain through which it flows on its 344-mile journey, there is not another Georgia river that exposes the river traveler to more diverse vistas. From the bottomland swamps in its headwaters, through soaring views of Pine Mountain and rapids in the Piedmont, to breathtakingly clear springs in the Coastal Plain, the Flint is filled with surprises at virtually every bend. The Flint River User’s Guide, the fourth in a series of Georgia River Network recreational guidebooks, is a portal to adventure on this spectacular river. The book brings to life the river’s cultural and natural heritage while providing all the details needed to get out on the river and enjoy it via canoe, kayak, paddleboard, or motorized vessel. Whether in your canoe, on the river, or on your couch at home, the Flint River User’s Guide will immerse you in the story of the river, which also happens to be the story of those communities along its course—from the headwaters in the suburbs of metro Atlanta to the backwaters of Lake Seminole near the Florida state line. Features: An introduction and overview of the river Chapters describing each river section with detailed maps and notes on river access and points of interest A compact natural history guide featuring species of interest found along Georgia’s rivers Notes on safety and boating etiquette A fishing primer Notes on organizations working to protect the river Printed on waterproof paper

Chattahoochee River User S Guide

Author: Joe Cook
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820346799
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This useful guide traces the Chattahoochee's 430-mile course through 200 color photographs, 32 maps, and detailed practical information about public access points, potential hazards, and camping facilities.

Oconee River User S Guide

Author: Joe Cook
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820353914
File Size: 56,30 MB
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From its small headwaters in Hall County, Georgia, the North Oconee winds nearly seventy miles, tumbling over granite outcroppings at Hurricane Shoals and on to Athens, where it meets the Middle Oconee. From there, the Oconee courses 220 miles through east-central Georgia to meet the Ocmulgee convergence near Lumber City, forming the Altamaha River, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean. As the Oconee’s importance as a recreational amenity has grown over the years, University of Georgia students and instructors, the Altamaha Riverkeeper, Georgia River Network, Upper Oconee Watershed Network, and the North Oconee River Greenway have worked together to create a plan for water trails and recreational trails along the river as it flows through Athens. In the Oconee River User’s Guide, both novice and experienced water sports enthusiasts will find all the information required to enjoy the river, including detailed maps, put in and take out suggestions, fishing and camping locations, mile-by-mile points of interest, and an illustrated guide to the animals and plants commonly seen in and around the river. Daytrippers will enjoy Joe Cook’s fascinating description of the cultural and natural heritage of this richly diverse waterway. The Oconee River is home to seventy-four species of fish, including the Altamaha shiner, found only in the Altamaha River basin, as well as thirty-seven species of salamanders and frogs and forty-three species of reptiles, including the American alligator, found in the lower Oconee downstream of Milledgeville. FEATURES: an introduction and overview of the river chapters describing each river section with detailed maps and notes on river access and points of interest a compact natural history guide featuring species of interest found along Georgia’s rivers notes on safety and boating etiquette a fishing primer notes on organizations working to protect the river

Users Manual For The Pesticide Root Zone Model Przm Release 1

Author: Robert F. Carsel
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Guide To Fishing And Floating The Lower Flint River

Author: Georgia. Fisheries Section
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Flint River Basin Management Study

Author: Robert J. Karwowski
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Canoeing Kayaking Georgia

Author: Suzanne Welander
Editor: Menasha Ridge Press
ISBN: 1634040074
File Size: 57,85 MB
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Covering thousands of miles of Georgia's waterways, Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia is the definitive guide to Georgia's whitewater to wilderness swamps--and everything in between. This updated edition incorporates the exhilarating new urban whitewater course in Columbus, and the recently established water trails that actively welcome recreational paddlers throughout the state. Now expanded to cover more waterways in Southwest Georgia--Kinchafoonee, Muckalee, and Ichawaynochaway Creeks--you only need one book to figure out where to float, no matter what type of boat you paddle.

Monthly Catalog Of United States Government Publications

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Pesticides In Surface Water From Three Agricultural Basins In South Central Georgia 1993 95

Author: Hilda H. Hatzell
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Chattahoochee River Water Quality Analysis

Author: R. G. Willey
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State-of-the-art stream water quality modeling is applied to a practical case showing impact analysis regarding a proposed sewage treatment plant effluent modification and a proposed level of treatment for non-point runoff. (Author).

The Official Railway Guide

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Epa Publications Bibliography 1984 1990

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Catfish 2000

Author: Elise R. Irwin
Editor: Amer Fisheries Society
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Epa Publications Bibliography

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River Rover Chronicles

Author: Joyce Kramer
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490829644
File Size: 72,17 MB
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Some places along the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers, as well as Spring Creek and Lake Seminole, saw more human drama than others. Many events happened along these banks amid the tangle of underbrush and marsh grasses. Many spirits still roam the thick forests of sheltering oaks and pines. Many of the clandestine happenings are now under the water. Exposing these mysteries and bringing them out into the brilliant sun, they can be studied and finally put these spirits to rest. River Rover Chronicles does this. Among the stories are: Archaeological find, four villages stacked on top of one another, dating back to 8000 BC and up to AD 1400 Apalachicola Fort, believed to be the first fortification built here Neal's Landing, site of Indian battles and steamboat wrecks Parramore's Landing, a boom town that caused its own demise Fort Scott, an army defense post where most soldiers came to tragic ends Devil's Playground, encounter spirits there Civil War gunboat, built on the Chattahoochee River Spring Creek, home to prehistoric burial site, a sacred place for Indians and a structure where soldiers found shelter Aging power dam, arising from the water, begging to tell its stories Fiery explosions on the rivers Steamboat Janie Rae, known for mysterious deaths The Thress States, did this steamboat really run over a corpse? Steamboat Mary, renowned for the treasure that went down with the ship River Rover Chronicles takes you into the present, with a guide to finding all boat landings and parks in the Lake Seminole area, either by vehicle or boat, each listed with amenities. Also, a guide to waterfront restaurants, boats repair shops, and where there is fuel.

Government Reports Announcements Index

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Atlantic Coast Ecological Inventory User S Guide And Information Base

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Decision Making In Natural Resource Management

Author: Michael J. Conroy
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118506235
File Size: 53,21 MB
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This book is intended for use by natural resource managers andscientists, and students in the fields of natural resourcemanagement, ecology, and conservation biology, who are confrontedwith complex and difficult decision making problems. The book takesreaders through the process of developing a structured approach todecision making, by firstly deconstructing decisions into componentparts, which are each fully analyzed and then reassembled to form aworking decision model. The book integrates common-senseideas about problem definitions, such as the need for decisions tobe driven by explicit objectives, with sophisticated approaches formodeling decision influence and incorporating feedback frommonitoring programs into decision making via adaptive management.Numerous worked examples are provided for illustration, along withdetailed case studies illustrating the authors’ experience inapplying structured approaches. There is also a series of detailedtechnical appendices. An accompanying website providescomputer code and data used in the worked examples. Additional resources for this book can be foundat: ahref="http://www.wiley.com/go/conroy/naturalresourcemanagement"www.wiley.com/go/conroy/naturalresourcemanagement/a.