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Lower Peninsula

also Lower Michigan
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The section of Michigan between Lakes Michigan and Huron and south of the Straits of Mackinac.
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Noun1.Lower Peninsula - the part of northern Michigan between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron
Great Lakes State, Michigan, Wolverine State, MI - a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
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Interannual Variations of Snowfall and Its Relations to the Various Climate Indices in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
crosses the lower peninsula of Michigan and ends in Sarnia, Canada, with a new, larger pipeline, also known as Line 6B.
5bn in consolidated deposits in 187 branches across 47 counties in the lower peninsula of Michigan.
During this year, the Oden State Fish Hatchery located in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan had been operating for 20 years and according to historical journals kept by hatchery management, lake sturgeon were their most celebrated species with the visiting public.
It operates through a single subsidiary bank, Chemical Bank, with 156 banking offices spread over 38 counties in the lower peninsula of Michigan.
We continue to pursue growth in the lower peninsula of Michigan, and we are open to opportunities outside the state.
Beyond his publications and research, field courses taught over many years, especially at the University of Michigan Biological Station in the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan had a great impact on many students; for some it was a life-changing experience.
The van will help OKE quickly reach more schools, teachers and kids throughout much of the lower peninsula of Michigan.
Founded in 1990, Terrapin Networks is a business technology services provider serving the northwest lower peninsula of Michigan from offices in Traverse City, Michigan.
Risks for the Upper Peninsula garlic mustard model described here were adapted from those assigned to the garlic mustard model developed for the National Park Service, which was based on a literature review and known garlic mustard occurrence data from Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indiana; Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, Minnesota; and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
Although it was once a mecca for rifle hunters early in the 20th century, the Lower Peninsula of Michigan now gains much more attention, with trophy bucks being tagged each year in the southern-tier counties.
Thirteen] 13 students took the challenge, and we hopped around the northwest part of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan looking at, writing about, and drawing the geology and ecology of this perfect area of our state.