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ARKANSAS-BOSTON MOUNTAINS CHAPTER

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Arkansas-Boston Mountains Chapter, National Railway Historical Society CHAPTER MINUTES September 17, 2009 The regular scheduled meeting of the Arkansas-Boston Mountain Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society was called to order at 7:00 p.m. on September 17, 2009 by President Gary McCullah, at the Shiloh Museum General Store in Springdale, AR. There were 17 members and 4 guests (Al ...

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ARKANSAS-BOSTON MOUNTAINS CHAPTER - Amazon S3

ARKANSAS-BOSTON MOUNTAINS CHAPTER - Amazon S3

Arkansas-Boston Mountains Chapter, National Railway Historical Society CHAPTER MINUTES September 18, 2008 The regular scheduled meeting of the Arkansas-Boston Mountain Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society was called to order at 7:00 p.m. on September 18, 2008 by President Gary McCullah, at the Shiloh Museum General Store in Springdale, AR. There were 26 members present and no ...

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Chapter 5: Recreation

Chapter 5: Recreation

ecological sections—the Ozark Highlands, Boston Mountains, and Arkansas Valley. In the Ouachita Mountains, forest ownership is almost evenly split among industrial forest lands, national forests, and non-industrial, private lands. 8. There are 238,012 ac of federally designated wilderness in the Highlands that represent 5 percent of the land area managed by the Forest Service, USDI National ...

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U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations ...

U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations ...

Arkansas has a diverse topography that contains portions of several physiographic provinces. These provinces are the Springfield-Salem Plateaus, Ouachita Mountains, West Gulf Coastal Plain, Boston Mountains, Arkansas Valley, and the Mississippi Alluvial Plain (fig. 2) (Fenneman, 1938). The Ozark

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SPECIAL FEATURE Forest biogeochemistry in response to drought

SPECIAL FEATURE Forest biogeochemistry in response to drought

Mountains states was synchronized by regional-scale drought conditions that occurred around 2002 (Chap-man et al., 2012; Creeden et al., 2014). In lodgepole pine, mountain pine beetles introduce blue-stain fungi to the tree’s vascular system that blocks water uptake within

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Chapter 19: The United States

Chapter 19: The United States

You can see swamps and deserts,tall mountains and flat plains. The contiguous states have five main physical regions:the Coastal Plains, the Appalachian Mountains, the Interior Plains, the Mountains and Basins,and the Pacific Coast.Alaska and Hawaii each has its own set of physical landforms. The Coastal PlainsA broad lowland runs along the eastern and southeastern coasts of the United States ...

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Scope, Methodology, and Current Knowledge

Scope, Methodology, and Current Knowledge

Appalachian Mountains to the plains of the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Eastern United States is a region largely dominated by forests. Conifer and deciduous forests span the Northeast and the areas near and around the Great Lakes, and plantation-style forestry is prevalent in the southern coastal region. In the Southeast, forest land use is dynamic and involves ...

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Publication Number: M836 NARRATIVE REPORTS 1861-1865

Publication Number: M836 NARRATIVE REPORTS 1861-1865

1861-65 (Chap. X, Vols. 2-11), and Reports of Killed, Wounded, and Missing of the II Corps, Army of Mississippi, at the Battle of Shiloh (Chap. II, Vol. 220 ½). In the same record group are other related series of records containing additional information on the operations of the Confederate States Army. Several of these series have been reproduced on microfilm and include Letters Sent by the ...

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MEMORIAL TO FRANCIS GERRIT WELLS 1898-1969

MEMORIAL TO FRANCIS GERRIT WELLS 1898-1969

the following one with Wilbur Burbank in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. In the spring of 1935 he returned to the study of quicksilver deposits, this time in Arkansas. Of all types of metalliferous deposits those of quicksilver fasci­ nated him most, and he never passed up an opportunity to look at another one. From Arkansas he went to southwestern Utah to examine the iron deposits of ...

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Frequency and Magnitude of Selected Historical Landslide ...

Frequency and Magnitude of Selected Historical Landslide ...

(Greenberg et al. Chap. 1 , Fig. 1.1). In comparing the relative frequency of distur- bances among ecoregions of the Central Hardwood Region (CHR), White et al. ( 2011 ) found that the remnants of hurricanes (tropical cyclones) and, consequently, landslides are more common disturbances in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Ridge and Valley, and Central Appalachians ecoregions. Here we concentrate on ...

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234 THE CONDOR Vol. XXXVIII - Sora

234 THE CONDOR Vol. XXXVIII - Sora

of the Arkansas Valley, collecting. Early in September he turned his steps home- ward and was home before the 11th. In a letter written to his family soon after his return he speaks of traveling over 100 miles in seven weeks and collecting 160 birds, also seeing much big game. I suppose that by 190 miles he meant that distance from home, for it is more than that distance to the extreme end of ...

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