Great Dismal Swamp


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Great Dismal Swamp

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That being said, Finney acknowledges that some environmental spaces do not bring about this trepidation because of the historical context and collective memory, such as the Great Dismal Swamp and American Beach.
Wizards, Beavers, and Such" is the first volume of a projected three volume series about three fictional characters moving south from the Great Dismal Swamp, seeking a better place to live.
These buffers helped squelch the proposed construction of the Scotland County landfill and a 1,000-acre landfill in Camden County near the Great Dismal Swamp.
The Great Dismal Swamp and the Turner Revolt constitute powerful local sources of fear for Page to draw upon.
Norfolk approach control requested assistance from us and another helicopter, Redwolf 201, for a search-and-rescue (SAR) near Lake Drummond in the Great Dismal Swamp in southeast Virginia.
Some specific topics include reclaiming the Great Dismal Swamp, the Private Lands Conservation Initiative in Chile, the development of specialized markets for certified nontimber forest products, and fostering intergovernmental partnerships in conservation finance.
Gomez & Day (1982) offer a comprehensive separation of litter production by four to six dominant species in four forest types at the Great Dismal Swamp, Virginia, that included a cypress swamp.
Nearly 1,500 acres will be added to the Great Dismal Swamp NWR in North Carolina, Maine's Lake Umbagog NWR will grow by more than 1,100 acres, and 180 acres will be added to Oregon's Tualatin NWR.
Located on 7,000 acres in the northeast corridor of the state amid the Great Dismal Swamp, Blackwater, which recently changed its name to Blackwater Worldwide, has been under intense scrutiny since Sept.
The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is working hard to save its threatened Atlantic white cedars.
It is the home of the Great Dismal Swamp, migratory and permanent bird sanctuaries, and the largest U.
Washington bought up land claims that had been given his soldiers in lieu of salary, and he also invested in other speculative real estate ventures of the period, including the Ohio Company, the Mississippi Company, and the Great Dismal Swamp Company.