Bottomland

Author: Michelle Hoover
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 0802190243
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Bottomland is a haunting story of pride, love, and betrayal, set among the rugged terrain of Iowa, the fields of war-torn Flanders, and the bustling Chicago streets.

Bottomland

Author: Trey Holt
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ISBN: 9781515005155
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As a true-crime buff, I'd never heard of the real-life case this is based on before.... There is surprisingly little [that has been written about the case] beyond Holt's splendid book." --The Reader in the Tower

The Bottomland

Author: Harry Humes
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
ISBN: 9781557283801
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Like the dirt of Pennsylvania hillsides, like pollen, like the leavings of a butterfly's wings, these poems remain on our hands and in our minds, affecting us long after the book is put down.

Wetlands Of Bottomland Hardwood Forests

Author: J.R. Clark
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0444600906
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We have created a comprehensive compilation of information on U.S. bottom—
land hardwood ecosystems. This book should be of interest to all who work in the
natural resource professions, both practitioners and scientists——foresters,
ecologists, botanists, wildlife and fishery biologists, hydrologists, and
geographers. A variety of engineers should also be interested, particularly in
hydraulics, flooding control, and waterway structures. Teachers and students in
natural sciences, ...

Ecological Processes And Cumulative Impacts Illustrated By Bottomland Hardwood Wetland Ecosystemslewis Publishers Inc

Author: Coastal Ecology Inst
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780873713399
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INTRODUCTION - WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES Earlier chapters in this book,
especially the workgroup summaries (Chapters 11 to 18), addressed the
following general questions. (1) What key ecological structures and processes
characterize forested bottomland hardwood ecosystems? (2) Is the zonal concept
(Clark and Benforado 1981) useful as an organizing principle? (3) What are the
major human activities in river floodplains, and how do they affect bottomland
hardwood forest ...

Texas

Author: James A. Michener
Publisher: Dial Press
ISBN: 0804151415
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A Novel James A. Michener. bottomlands, and eight hundred of Mr. Carver's
prepared fields. It was a massive deal, one which would exhaust much of the
cousins' cash, but he was convinced that this was the way to acquire a major land
holding in Texas. He went to bed pleased with his manipulations, but at four in
the morning he sat bolt upright, catching for breath as if someone were strangling
him. “The Raft!” he told his wife, and he ran across the hall to waken Somerset: “
Don't you ...

Illustrated Book Of Trees

Author: William Carey Grimm
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811741648
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This is a bottomland species found along the southern coastal plain from
Mississippi to Texas and Arkansas and recently found in South Carolina. It is very
similar to both the post oak and the sand post oak, differing from the former by
having narrower main lobes and by hairs not obscuring the surface of the first-
year twigs, and from the latter by lacking basally fused hairs (individual hairs are
basally fused in the sand post oak). It is also similar to the overcup oak, but with
fewer lobes.

The Earl J Hess Fortifications Trilogy Omnibus E Book

Author: Earl J. Hess
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 0807872822
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The small town of Falmouth also was here. The river lies at 60 feet elevation, and
Fredericksburg is laid out on the bottomland of the west side, only 20 feet above
the river. While the valley is comparatively narrow, it quickly widens on the west
side as one travels south of town. The line of bluffs that ranges along the western
edge of the bottomland made a superb defensive position, and the Confederates
occupied it. Taylor's Hill, on the north, anchored the Rebel left and is as high as ...