Adirondack Mountains

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Synonyms for Adirondack Mountains

a mountain range in northeastern New York State

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The Adirondack Welcome Center will serve as a gateway to the Adirondack region and the communities that keep the economy going, while highlighting regionally-specific attractions linked to the history and natural beauty of the six-million-acre Adirondack Park, the largest publicly protected park in the contiguous United States.
Paul Schuette, a postdoctoral research associate at ESF, explained that there hasn't been a comprehensive survey since moose started to recolonize the area in the 1980s, and the first thing they want to do is establish a baseline population estimate for moose currently in the Adirondack region.
The sample population included current or previously treated adult cancer patients who live in the Adirondack region of northern New York (see map).
The Adirondack region has always been an area in which it is hard to make a living, owing to the seasonal nature of its jobs.
The Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot Program, which began in January 2010 as a $9 million joint initiative of medical providers and public and private insurers, also contracts with MAeHC for quality reporting.
Located in the vibrant, heavily touristed area in New York's southern Adirondack Region, this business specializes in the seasonal rental of extremely popular and highly sought after motorized Scootcars, scooters and bicycles.
The author sets the backdrop for this event with a brief history of anti-Semitism in the Adirondack Region.
In the late 1880s, exploitation of forests in the Adirondack region of New York raised the first concerns and actions in the U.
Calarco is an independent researcher, author of The Underground Railroad in the Adirondack Region (2004), and editor of the reprint Abel Brown, Abolitionist (2006).
Van Alstine is a resident of New York's Adirondack region, and he attributes his artistic affinity for tough, rugged materials to the geography of his upbringing.
Before retiring to the Adirondack region of New York state with his wife, Diane, George Bryjak taught sociology at the University of San Diego for 24 years.
Dick" Sage for his contribution to wildlife and land stewardship in the Adirondack region of New York.
The Adirondack region has a number of economic, political, and geographic characteristics that are limiting factors in the region's ability to grow and prosper economically.
At the beginning of the nineteenth century, the mountainous Adirondack region of northern New York was one of the nation's premier resorts.
The article says 41 percent of the lakes and streams in the Adirondack region of New York has acidification.