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Claiborne Reservoir News

Water Resources Outlook (September 2019)


Date: 9/19/2019

Water Resources Outlook (September

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Water Resources Outlook (August 2019)


Date: 8/23/2019

Water Resources Outlook (August

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Water Resources Outlook (July 2019)


Date: 7/18/2019

Water Resources Outlook (July

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Think You Saw A Mountain Lion in N.H.?

New Hampshire Public Radio

Date: 7/5/2019 6:57:00 AM

There have been several sightings of mountain lions in New Hampshire recently. The big cat has been extinct here since the mid-1800s. N.H.'s Fish and Game department says there's no proof mountain

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USGS Assessment of Undiscovered Conventional Oil and Gas Resources, Middle-Upper Eocene Claiborne Group, Gulf of Mexico Onshore and State Waters, Usa

Search and Discovery

Date: 6/28/2019 12:33:00 PM

Primary Claiborne reservoir formations are the Queen City Sand ... to be the primary focus of exploration and production activity for the onshore Middle-Upper Eocene strata in the Gulf Coast in the

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• River: Alabama River
• Surface Area: 5,850 Acres
Claiborne Lake is a river-run reservoir with 5,930 surface acres of water which courses 60.5 miles through Wilcox, Clarke, and Monroe counties in southwest Alabama. This reservoir was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and impounded in 1970. Claiborne Lake has a large watershed of 21, 473 square miles, and its primary function is navigation. This reservoir is the lowermost within the Alabama River System with the dam at river mile 72.5 and the pool ending at river mile 133, the Millers Ferry Lock and Dam. Downstream of Claiborne Dam, the Alabama River is essentially free-flowing and ultimately joins the Tombigbee River to form the Mobile River near the Mt. Vernon community. Recreational opportunities in Claiborne Lake are quite varied, and there are approximately ten public boat access areas operated throughout the reservoir by the Corps of Engineers and various county municipalities.
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