coastal plain


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a plain adjacent to a coast

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It's disappointing that, despite hearing from the Gwich'in people about the existential threat drilling in the Arctic Refuge coastal plain poses to my people, Morgan Stanley refuses to commit not to fund the destruction of our sacred lands, said Bernadette Demientieff, Executive Director of the Gwich'in Steering Committee.
I was part of a team that catalogued all of the rich plants and animals that depend on the coastal plain of this massive refuge for much of their lives.
"Alaska's coastal plain is one of North America's most prolific bird nurseries.
Between the coastal plain, adjacent state lands and Alaska Native in-holdings, the U.S.
[2]: the coastal plain alone and the whole transect from the coast to the eastern escarpment of the Andes (cf.
The introduction describes native plants in wildlife habitats, invasive plants, and the coastal plain. The guide arranges the wildflowers, grasses and grass-like species by flower color, indicated by a colored rectangle on the upper edge of the page.
Moreover, since the inscription has been destroyed, as well as the area in which it was located, any further studies, such as a close re-examination of the inscription or more survey work in the immediate vicinity, are no longer possible.As noted above, the rock on which the inscription was located was on the most direct route from Wadi Safad, through Wadi Duwaini, to the coastal plain. It is appropriate, therefore, to summarise other archaeological evidence from the Islamic period in the general vicinity, some of which has also now been destroyed.
Keywords: Georgia geology, Appalachian geology, Piedmont geology, Coastal Plain geology, Blue Ridge geology
The permit is needed for any operation in a 15-county area of the state's coastal plain that wants to pull more than 100,000 gallons of water per day from the region's aquifers.
"They strongly suggested that an environmental factor was at work as well." So the team designed a study to determine whether certain soil characteristics in the region's sandy Carolina Coastal Plain soils could serve as risk markers for stroke and whether those characteristics could be pinpointed by geostatistical analysis.
Study of the settlement sites has given a dramatic new insight into life in the Iron Age on the Northumberland coastal plain.
PROPOSALS for wind turbines arching up to 450ft across the Sefton coastal plain on land between Formby, Lydiate and Ince Blundell, should be scrapped before a formal planning application even gets off the ground.
On the Arctic Coastal Plain of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A), the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area (TLSA) was recognized to protect outstanding wildlife values.
OmanAAEs most extensive coastal plain is the Batinah, a relatively narrow strip of land between the Al Hajar Mountains and the Gulf of Oman, it is also the area where most
Rebels have launched a major new offensive from the Nafusa Mountains, trying to move into the coastal plain west of Tripoli.
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