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  Fjords.com - Fjord Norway. Explore the Norwegian Fjords.
This is the startpage with all the information you need to explore and plan your journey to the four fjord regions in Western Norway; Møre and Romsdal, Sogn and Fjordane, Hordaland and Rogaland.
This fjord tour can be done from may 1st to september 30th 2007.
The scores are based on a 1-to-100 scale, and Norway's Western Fjords ranks as number one with 87 points.
www.fjords.com   (741 words)

  Fjord - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Fjord tried to say that he had named his company after himself, and that it was not his fault that his name was very similar to Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford car company.
Fjord had to sell all of his belongings and was fjorced to move in with his secretary, living in his small, derelect apartment with him.
Fjord Laser Beam: This is a compact Fjord and is the successor to the Ford Laser.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Fjord   (782 words)

 Fjord Summary
A fjord (or fiord) is a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes, which results from marine inundation of a glaciated valley.
Fjord is an English loan word taken from the Scandinavian term fjord, which derives from the Old Norse fjörðr (pronounced "fyurthr", now fjörður in Icelandic) meaning firth or inlet.
The principal mountainous regions where fjords have formed are in the higher middle latitudes where, during the glacial period, many valley glaciers descended to the then-lower sea level.
www.bookrags.com /Fjord   (2306 words)

 fjord - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Fjord (Old Norse Fjörthr), inlet of the sea, or a narrow bay, extending far inland between steep walls of rock.
Fjords form Norway’s most distinctive physical feature—its deeply indented coastline.
Geologists believe the fjords were once mountain valleys that...
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/SRPage.aspx?search=fjord&x=11&y=12   (119 words)

 Fjord Horse Breeed Spotlight
The Norwegian Fjord Horse is one of the world's oldest and purest breeds.
Present day Fjord Horses retain the characteristics of the primitive wild horse of Asia, the Przewalski, from which it is believed to be descended.
The Fjord Horse retains the "wild" dun color of the original horse as well as the primitive markings which include zebra stripes on the legs and a dorsal stripe that runs from the forelock down the neck and back and into the tail.
www.horsequest.com /bredshow/fjord/fjord.htm   (545 words)

 Norwegian Fjord Horses   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Every Fjord Horse exhibits the "wild" dun color of the ancestral horse as well as primitive markings which include zebra stripes on the legs and a dorsal stripe that runs from the forelock down the neck and back and into the tail.
Above all, Norwegian Fjord Horses maintain the hardiness and vigor of their wild ancestors with hardness of hoof, strength of bone, and efficiency of feed conversion.
Fjords average between 13 and 15 hands and weigh between 900 and 1,500 pounds depending on their body type.
www.nortexinfo.net /BarredMRanch/Fjord.html   (1764 words)

 Brandywine Falls Adventure Fjord Horses
The Norwegian Fjord horse is one of the very few surviving races of horses that has maintained its original characteristics.
It is believed that the Norwegian Fjord horse was related to the Central Asian wild horse, the Przewalski, which migrated from Asia to Norway.
Although the Fjords are rather rare, the breed is becoming more popular as people are discovering the many attributes of these wonderful, all purpose horses.
www.carriagetradefarm.com /fjord.htm   (222 words)

 GU: Anders Stigebrandt
Stigebrandt, A., 1990: On the response of the horizontal mean vertical density distribution in a fjord to low-frequency density fluctuations in the coastal water.Tellus, 42A, 605-614.
Aure, J. and Stigebrandt, A., 1989: Aquaculture and fjords - an analysis of consequences.
Stigebrandt, A., and Molvær, J., 1990: Investigations of the eutrophication of the Grenland fjords.
www.marsys.se /anst.htm   (2867 words)

 Fjord Horses - Equine Encyclopedia
The Fjord horse is a small breed of horse from the mountaineous regions of western Norway.
The fjord horse and its ancestors has been used for hundreds of years as a farm horse in western Norway.
Today the fjord horse is a favourite at norwegian riding schools, its kind temperament and size making it ideal for children.
www.wildhorseadvertising.com /breeds/norwegian-fjord.html   (414 words)

 Breeds of Livestock - Norwegian Fjord Horse   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Norwegian Fjord (pronounced Fee-ord) Horse is Norway's oldest horse breed.
It is estimated that the original Fjords migrated to Norway and the Scandinavian peninsula over 4,000 years ago and they were domesticated about 2,000 B.C. They have been selectively bred in Norway for over 2,000 years and the first directed selection program began in the mid-1880's.
The Fjord Horse is distinguished by its unequaled dependability.
www.ansi.okstate.edu /breeds/horses/norwegianfjord/index.htm   (429 words)

 Bosch & Fjord [RIGHT NOW]
Bosch and Fjord has been selected as one out of 112 top nominees for Index: Award 2007 with the project Ordrup School, which is developed in cooperation with SKUB, a school development and expansion project in Gentofte Municipality, and teachers and students at Ordrup School.
Bosch and Fjord is part of an interdisciplinary team that has been appointed to produce a visionary scheme for Copenhagen City Centre.
Bosch and Fjord is a cooperation between visual artists Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord Jensen who create art projects in dialogue with companies, public institutions and others, where art gets a distinct function.
uk.bosch-fjord.com /content.asp   (141 words)

 Norwegian Fjord Gifts, Decals & Apparel
The Norwegian Fjord Horse is known for its gentleness of temperament, willingness to work, stamina, and vigor.
The Fjord Horse is one of very few breeds to retain the original primitive character and color.
The tourist industry along the West Country fjords of Norway has always used the Fjord Horse as an important means of transportation and as a good representative for Norwegian culture.
www.nickerstickers.com /horse/fjord.htm   (755 words)

 fjordsdef   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A fjord is often defined as a drowned (ocean-filled) trough carved by a glacier.
Thus fjords are U-shaped troughs at their inland end and transition to square in cross-profile at their mouths.
Many fjords have a shallow threshold at or just beyond their mouths, where the glaciers ended in a calving margin at an ice cliff at their maximum.
www.homepage.montana.edu /~geol445/hyperglac/eroland1/fjordsdef.htm   (95 words)

 Captin Chu and his big head!!!!!!!! :: The Anti Snapple!
The number you chose is the number of cards that House (the dealer who is supposed to have between 5 and 2 Fjord hats worn at all times) throws at you.
Hardcore Fjord is usually played with a real banjo, but that's not traditional.
Jedi Fjord- You use the banjos as swords.
www.freewebs.com /captin_chu/fjord.htm   (329 words)

 Fjord Horse
The Fjord horse is an ancient breed originating from Norway and resembles the Asiatic wild horse depicted in prehistoric cave paintings.
Although the Fjord only reaches 14.2hh it is often referred to as a horse due to its muscular build.
The Fjord horse is used as a general riding and driving pony, and for pack work and farm work.
www.equine-world.co.uk /about_horses/fjord_horse.htm   (254 words)

 Saguenay : Un fjord exceptionnel ! - An exceptional fjord !
Découvrez pourquoi Champlain considérait ce fjord comme l'accès au légendaire Royaume du Saguenay.
The Saguenay Fjord is one of the largest yet least known Fjords in the world.
The fjord is home to both salt and fresh water species including Beluga whales, Minke whales and Greenland sharks.
www.virtualmuseum.ca /Exhibitions/Fjord   (177 words)

 PBS - Harriman: Souvenir Album College Fjord
Glaciers on the northwest side of College Fjord are generally named after 19th century "women's colleges." Vassar Glacier is located north of Wellesley Glacier and south of Bryn Mawr Glacier.
Dominating the terminus of College Fjord is Harvard Glacier, a tidewater glacier noted for its very active calving.
Such waves are dangerous but, after a spirited debate over the radio between the various expedition Zodiacs, and with the aid of handheld GPS (Global Positioning System) units and the ship's radar, the calving was pinpointed as being 4,100 feet from the nearest Zodiac.
www.pbs.org /harriman/explog/080101_photos.html   (571 words)

 Mammals » Horses » Norwegian Fjord Main Page
Norway's oldest breed is the Norwegian Fjord Horse.
The Norwegian Fjord horse is hardy, agile and sure-footed.
The Norwegian Fjord's head should be medium sized with a broad forehead and straight or slightly concave profile.
www.centralpets.com /animals/mammals/horses/hrs474.html   (665 words)

 Horse Directory Australia | Fjord Horse | Horse Resources |   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Fjord is one of the oldest horse breeds in the world.
Spending many centuries in mountainous terrain the Fjord developing into a strong, sure footed horse, well adapted to the severe weather conditions needing very little care.
The Fjord horse is very popular in Denmark and can also be found in Germany and England.
www.horsedirectory.com.au /horseresources/commonhorse/Fjord.html   (306 words)

 Fjord safari on a roadless fjord to Botnen   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This bridge is crossing a narrow and roadless fjord arm leading into the small settlement of Botnen ("the bottom").
Very much can be said about this fjord arm and the Botnen settlement, and more of this will come later in an own article.
Fjords is far more than a handfull of cruise packages, we help you in finding your tour if you are going individually, with a group of friends / special interests.
www.norwaymyway.com /photo/norheimsund_photo_basecamp_1.html   (643 words)

 Fjord - Saguenay : An Exceptional Fjord!
Four billions years ago during the geological formation of the Canadian Shield, the Saguenay fjord was formed following successive glaciations that dug deeply into its natural bed.
Invaded by the sea, the fjords including the Saguenay, were connected to it at one end and received fresh water at the other end, thereby producing a blend of fresh and sea waters.
Interesting water stratification, sedimentation, salinity and temperature phenomena may be observed, in addition to extremely contrasted bathymetry.
www.virtualmuseum.ca /Exhibitions/Fjord/english/f_intro_e.html   (77 words)

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