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land where grass or grasslike vegetation grows and is the dominant form of plant life

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Grasslands Renewable Energy LLC has applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for regulatory approvals needed to advance its Wind Spirit project in Montana.
It's becoming increasingly difficult for grassland farmers to make a profit, when the world is flooded with cheap grains and soya," he said.
In recent times, this species has increased in abundance in upland grasslands (Fowler and Dunlapp, 1986; Adams et al.
But a recent study suggests 55 hectares of meadow and grassland remain in our area.
We are very happy with the response we received from Grasslands for Tomorrow," said Kyle Tengwall, Federal Premium marketing director.
A large tract of countryside near Stonehenge will soon become a wildlife haven to help reverse the decline of England's chalk grassland, a conservation charity has said.
African grasslands are lined with bare-bones airstrips, always close to safari camps or lodges.
Ironically, Nantucket's threatened grasslands are man-made, produced by overgrazing and tree removal following European settlement.
Ailing riparian woodlands are a major limiting factor for native wildlife populations, according to a scientific review of national grasslands in the Dakotas conducted in 1999.
Concentrations of cations in soil solution samples were determined by ICP atomic emission spectroscopy at AgResearch, Grasslands Research Centre, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Grasslands Meeting Grasslands stretch from Canada to Mexico, and many of the species that inhabit them are declining.
VOLUNTEERS are needed to restore two Warwickshire grasslands to their former glory.
The claim that `the diversity of species in the temperate grasslands makes them the richest plant community in south-eastern Australia' appears easily substantiated.
At the same time, the global climate cooled by 13 [degrees] C, and the Mongolian forests turned into dry, open grasslands where smaller mammals had the advantage, says Meng.