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Synonyms for bog

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for bog

a usually low-lying area of soft waterlogged ground and standing water

to interfere with the progress of

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Synonyms for bog

wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation

cause to slow down or get stuck


get stuck while doing something

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"We recently carried out a LIDAR scan over the valleys area in order to pinpoint if and where maintenance work would be needed on the peat bogs of the area."
The Oldham Mountain Rescue team began digging the man out of the peat bog and filling the void with heather as they progressed.
Marjorie Davy, lead adviser from Natural England, Northumbria, said: "This is a remarkable collection of peat bogs, which is partly a product of the remote setting and also the very high rainfall that characterises this part of the country.
Why do ice and peat bogs both preserve mummies so well?
marsh land, peat bogs, bogs, spring water, and water soaking into the ground high up in the hills?
As well as directly damaging nature indirect damage is done by the release of the carbon stored in undisturbed peat bogs.
Dozens of forest and peat bog fires around Moscow have ignited amid the country's most intense heat wave in 130 years of record-keeping.
As such, the world's peat bogs represent an important "carbon sink"--a place where CO2 is stored below ground and can't escape into the atmosphere and exacerbate global warming.
Washington, Dec 6 (ANI): A new research has suggested that burning peat bogs in a controlled way may be a good way to capture carbon from the atmosphere.
It would have been nice if Jeremy Clarkson had taken the same interest in our environment in 2005, when he drove a brand new Land Rover Discovery 4x4 to the summit of Ben Tongue, ruining heather and peat bogs for years in the process.