Melton Hill Dam
Hydroelectric dam on the Clinch River just south of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, United States.- Melton Hill Dam
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Archaeological site and burial mound of the Woodland cultural period located on the Oak Ridge Reservation in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
The site is currently inundated by Melton Hill Lake.
State highway in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Tennessee.
It then immediately crosses over a long, tall, and narrow bridge over the Clinch River/Melton Hill Lake, entering Claxton and passing by the Bull Run Steam Plant.
Partial list of dams and reservoirs in the United States.
Melton Hill Dam — Melton Hill Lake; on the Clinch River; finished in 1963 by the TVA
One of the three Grand Divisions of Tennessee defined in state law.
Melton Hill and Nickajack were added in the 1960s, and the last, Tellico Dam, was completed in 1979 after a contentious five-year legal battle with environmentalists.
Hydroelectric dam on the Tennessee River in Meigs and Rhea counties in Tennessee, United States.
In addition to its main Tennessee River channel, Watts Bar Lake is navigable across the lower 23 mi of the Clinch River (up to Melton Hill Dam) and the lower 12 mi of the Emory River.
The Tennessee Valley Authority operates the Tennessee River system to provide a wide range of public benefits: year-round navigation, flood damage reduction, affordable electricity, improved water quality and water supply, recreation, and economic growth.
Melton Hill Dam on the Clinch River forms Melton Hill Reservoir