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The prairie: swell and swale, from nature.

Torkel Korling

The prairie: swell and swale, from nature.

by Torkel Korling

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Published in Dundee, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prairie plants -- Pictorial works.,
  • Wild flowers -- Pictorial works.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHis Wild plants in flower [1]
    ContributionsBetz, Robert F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK938.P7 K65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[87] p.
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5308086M
    LC Control Number72091542

    Swell and swale is one of those archetypical Midwest terms that saw its birth in the tall grass prairie states and [ ] Read More Judging a Book by its Contents, Not its Cover.   The green world of the Red Lake Peatlands in northern Minnesota are all nature, all the time. Drone photo Jason Husveth, Critical Connections, Inc. (J ). Very soon, though, you spot the three figures, an afterthought in this scene, like spots of paint dripped on a vast canvas, so out of place and, you imagine, making slow progress.

      The Manistique Dune and Swale Nature Sanctuary, recently visited on MNA’s fall adventure, has excellent evidence of these prehistoric beaches. In the sanctuary, a swell of sand will appear out of place among the trees but as you continue to walk towards the current water’s edge, you will walk through various sand swells among trees. Now I was indeed a mother, a prairie mother with three young chicks of her own to scratch for. I forgot my anxieties and my months of waiting. I forgot those weeks of long mute protest, of revolt against wily old Nature, who so cleverly tricks us into the ways she has chosen.

    Where Tallgrasses Waved: The Grand Prairie Natural Region / Thomas W. Post Forested Swell and Swale: The Central Till Plain Natural Region / Roger L. Hedge The Bed of a Glacial Lake: The Black Swamp Natural Region / Richard Dunbar IX. As each one was busy for himself, but a few minutes elapsed before the party rose a swell of the prairie, and descending without a moment's delay on the opposite side, they were at once removed from every danger of being seen by the sons of Ishmael, unless the pursuers should happen to fall upon their trail.


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The prairie: swell and swale, from nature (His Wild plants in flower [1])5/5(1). A swale is a shady spot, or a sunken or marshy place.

In particular, in US usage, it is a shallow channel with gently sloping sides. Such a swale may be either natural or man-made. Artificial swales are often infiltration basins, designed to manage water runoff, filter pollutants, and increase rainwater infiltration.

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Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. Swell and Swale, From Nature. Torkel Korling. Published by Dundee, Illinois () Used. First Edition. The Prairie: Swell. He says an eighty-six-page book, The Prairie: Swell and Swale by Torkel Korling, changed his life.

His growing fascination with tallgrass prairies and then with tallgrass savannas led to his becoming one of the most inspirational—and problematic— figures in the contemporary US restoration movement. WILDFLOWERS OF NORTH AMERICA: IN FULL COLOR: ( NEW COLOR PLATES OF WILDFLOWERS FROM THE COASTS, DESERTS, WOODS, MOUNTAINS AND PRAIRIES) (wild flowers) by Robert S.

Lemmon & Charles C. Johnson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Early life. Torkel Korling was born into a year line of Lutheran Church choir directors and organists in Kristdala, father, Felix Körling, was first to find success beyond the church as a composer and conductor in g set out to be a 's surname in its usage in the USA is normally spelled without the umlaut.

Swales or berms could be your answer. They are literally as old as the hills and have been used to control water flow for centuries. Today they are still used around the world but have been all but forgotten here in the United States as a way to conserve water.

The Meewasin Northeast Swale contains considerable areas of native prairie grasslands and offers high quality biodiversity, proximity to urban areas, economic benefits for recreation and education and a natural filter for our air and water.

The swale contains wetlands that provide a means of flood control for the surrounding community. Ecologist Steven Apfelbaum writes about his return to the Buffalo Grove Prairie after 30 years.

Torkel Korlings book Prairie Swell and Swale, had photographs that helped me begin the search. The Prairie: Swell and Swale (), no coherent tradition of the grass-land nature essay has emerged. This absence seems doubly ironic, since Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac () towers as the greatest nature essay of our postwar era and other essayists repeated-ly cite its inspiration.

Moreover, the grasslands have contributed. The Free Library > Literature > James Fenimore Cooper > The Prairie > Chapter XXXII as a place well suited to the wants of his herds. The water moistened a small swale that lay beneath the spot, which yielded, in return for the fecund gift, a scanty growth of grass.

It was the only article, in the nature of a book, that was to be found. Illinois Natural History Survey. South Oak Street, MC Champaign, IL [email protected] PRAIRIE RESTORATION PLANNED FOR NAL MAIN RING A proposal presented by the Illinois chapter of The Nature Conservancy, to re-establish a native prairie on the acres of land inside the circle comprising the NAL Main Accelerator, has been approved by the Laboratory.

The Prairie Swell and Swale. Clark and Pine Nature preserve consists of shallow swell-and-swale topography, with aquatic plants such as Water Shield (Brasenia schreberi), White Water Lily (Nymphaea odorata), and Variegated Yellow Pond Lily (Nuphar variegata) dominating the swales and mesic prairie plants dominating the swells.

When standing at this site, it is always Author: Scott Namestnik. Chiwaukee Prairie from car traffic to foot splendid cooperation from the Village of Pleasant Prairie, UW-Parkside and The Nature Conservancy, the dirt roads were closed off at one end, stopping the through traffic and providing the, necessary safe trails for hikers.

The foredunes of most dune-and-swale complexes are commonly m high, with Ammophila breviligulata, Calamovilfa longifolia, Salix serissima, Salix cordata, and Populus balsamifera most common.

The swale immediately behind the foredune is influenced by short-term variation in lake levels and can be partially or occasionally completely filled by dune sands following major. The summons of the unnurtured squatter brought an immediate accession to their party.

Four or five of his sons made their appearance from beneath as many covers, where they had been posted under the impression that the figures they had seen, on the swell of the prairie, were a part of the Sioux band.

Prairie and savanna are among the most endangered of ecosystems. In Illinois, extant prairies account for only % of their original range [1]. Other Midwestern states are similarly deficient in prairie remnants. Because prairie soil in the Midwest is incredibly fertile, much of the former grasslands have disappeared under the : Harold W.

Gardner. The Natural heritage of Indiana. [Marion T Jackson;] -- This book is a survey of the natural heritage and environmental problems of Indiana. the Grand Prairie natural region / Thomas W. Post --Forested swell and swale: the Central Till Plain natural region / Roger L.

Hedge --The bed of a glacial lake.One of these sites is protected within the hectare Schwamberger Prairie, an area of alternating swell and swale ridges, managed by the Ohio Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.

Indiana State-wide presettlement vegetation maps based on GLO records have been developed for Indiana by Lindsey et al. () and Potzger et al.

(). photo: Wikicommons. by Amy Martin “A river is a river always changing and always on the move. And over time the river itself changes too. It widens and deepens as it rubs and scours, gnaws and kneads, eats and bores its way through the land.” ~ Aidan Chambers, This is All: The Pillow Book of Cordelia Kenn The Trinity River, a sinewy stream in a prairie .