blackland

blackland

(ˈblækˌlænd)
n
an area of dark peaty soil
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In the 6th-12th grade category, winner Trevor Burke of Dallas, Texas, was recognized for his wide-ranging work to restore critically endangered blackland prairie habitat for the northern bobwhite quail.
BLACKLAND HOUSE, CALNE, WILTSHIRE A series of walled gardens jam-packed with top notch plants and specialist displays of historic tulips has proved invaluable to the owner of the 18th century house and flower grower, Polly Nicholson.
closed a deal with Charles Bailey for 2 acres of land North of the CI & W depot at Blackland as a site for a residence for their grain buyer at that point.
Most of this revenue is from the company's first oil-field discovery, the West Blackland field, in Osage County.
DS Marcella Blackland, played by Anna Friel, recognises the victim as Leo Priestley who had been abducted years earlier and was a friend of her son Edward.
Beginning at milepost 261, the Blackland Prairie Trail wraps around the western side of Tupelo, including the Natchez Trace Parkway Visitor Center.
Parfitt & Pinkava (Prickly Pear; TAC 5335) is a native cactus known from the Blackland Prairie south to South Texas and west to the Trans-Pecos (Diggs et al.
I live in Central Texas, in the middle of the Blackland Prairie region that runs from the Oklahoma border roughly 300 miles south to San Antonio.
Despite the use of a Greek translation of the author's name, Mallow recognizes it as being by Jerome Blackland, whose earlier book he had panned.
The pH, conductivity, and concentrations of total alkalinity, total hardness, and calcium hardness in Alabama streams tended to be lowest in the Piedmont Plateau (PP) and Coastal Plain (CP), intermediate in the Ridge and Valley (RV), Appalachian Plateau (AP), and Highland Rim fHRV and highest in the Blackland Prairie (BP).
The tallgrass community of the Grand Prairie is similar to the Texas Blackland prairie but underlain by Lower Cretaceous limestone with interbedded marl and clay (Wilken et al., 2011).
808 East Blackland Rd., Temple, TX 76502; (254) 770-6503, rick.haney@ ars.usda.gov.