Fen


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Fen

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 3.33 millimeters.
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When complete, our plans for Fen End will regenerate the former air-field and contribute to the wider West Midlands economy.
When complete, our plans for Fen End will regenerate the former airfield and contribute to the wider West Midlands economy.
93) were consistent with conceptual models of the bog to fen gradient (i.
The Manea Fen community was established in January 1839 by William Hodson, a local Cambridgeshire landowner.
Fen raft spiders are one of only two British spiders that are fully protected by law, and are named after their ability to float on water in the fens and wetlands where they live - thanks to their hairy legs.
On Anglesey, our largest fen site is the main source of drinking water on the island and Welsh Water spends a lot of money taking the brown out.
Author Fen Montaigne spent five months working as a member of Fraser's field team between 2005-2006: his observations of how rising temperatures are changing life in Antarctica makes for a gripping saga no natural history holding should be without.
Excavation and research at Flag Fen, Peterborough, 1995-2007.
During the JCET, FEN members trained in weapons handling, boat handling, boat inserts and extracts, tactical formations and vectoring for interception of watercrafts by naval special warfare instructors.
Marwa Helal: Fen started as a conversation, or email exchange between my (now) business partner and I.