Fen


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Fen

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 3.33 millimeters.
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He said getting the habitat right for "flagship" species such as the fen orchid would have benefits across nature.
Plantlife's Colin Cheesman, who led the work in south Wales, said: "This result is not just good news for Kenfig, but for other dune sites like Whiteford and Pembrey where we can now introduce similar management in the hopes of bringing back fen orchids."
A project in East Anglia's Fens is testing out wetland crops such as bulrushes for biomass and home insulation boards, wild grain for food and wetland moss to replace peat in gardening.
6 Barrington (Wbk), Batista (NV), Casmer (Lis), DeWaele (LP), Dimech (WV), Faber-Cournane (IC), Gregule (GW), Grubczak (LP), Gutsell (NC), Hilgert (NN), Hudgens (Lis), Koziol (GW), Lytton (IC), N.Murillo (IC), Olson (WV), Pavelka (NC), Pugliese (Fen), Purl (NC), Roger (GN), Saldana (Fen), Scheitler (GN)
While Fen will be ecstatic that Summer is paying attention to him considering his crush on her years ago, that happiness won't last long.
In fairness, Kemp is also out of the reserve berth for the Fen Tigers, and he delivered a superb performance.
Figure 3 presents the SWV results of FEN varying the amplitude (a) parameter.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 1, 2017-Andersen acquires Fen?*tres MQ for undisclosed amount
On your left you will pass a tower hide which offers views over Verrall's Fen.
Located within the Sharjah Art Foundation Art Space, the newly opened Fen Cafe and Restaurant features a new fusion menu.
Because FEN is still an ongoing phenomenon, it is difficult to assess its ultimate effect on the Peruvian economy and/or Credicorp.