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Center for Environmental Research and Service, Troy State University. 1997. Water Quality in the Alabama Portion of the Choctawhatchee-Pea River Watershed 1993-1997. Troy. 65 p.
(note � contains an excellent interpretation of wq parameters section)

Choctawhatchee-Pea Rivers Watershed Management Authority. 1996. Strategic Planning Document. 18 p.

Cook, Marlon R. and Kopaska-Merkel, David C. 1996. Hydrologic Characterization of the Water Resources of the Choctawhatchee-Pea Rivers Watershed � Phase I. Geological Survey of Alabama, Tuscaloosa., 137 p.

McGregor, S.W., Blalock, H.N., and Herod, J.J., 2000 A mussel survey of the Choctawhatchee/Pea River System of Alabama and Florida 1998-2000. Geological Survey of Alabama. 27p. plus appendix

United States Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District. Reconanaissance Report - Choctawhatchee and Pea River Basins Study, Alabama and Florida. July 1992. pp. 62

United States Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service (now called NRCS) and Forest Service, 1993, Choctawhatchee-Pea River Basin cooperative study reconnaissance report, 200p. and appendices.

Wills, Ken. The Choctawhatchee River. Wild Alabama Magazine. January 1998.

State of Alabama. Alabama Law 91-602. Authorization to establish watershed management authorities within the State ofAlabama.

Livingston, R.J. 1986. The Choctawhatchee River-Bay System. First Report. Florida State University, Tallahassee. 44pp.

Mettee, M.F., Jr. 1970. A Survey of the Fishes of the Choctawhatchee Bay Drainage in Alabama and Florida. M.S. Thesis, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

The Alabama segment of the Choctawhatchee River from the Alabama Water Watch association and funded by the World Wildlife Fund with support from the Alabama Water Watch and the Citizen Guide to Alabama Rivers Series.

US Fish and Wildlife Service. 1991 Resource Inventory for the Choctawhatchee-Pea River Basin, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Daphne, Alabama.

from Canoe Trails of the Deep South by Chuck Estes, Elizabeth Carter, and Byron Almquist.