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Topic: Lowlands

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  Scottish Lowlands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Scottish Lowlands, although not officially a geographical area of the country, in normal usage is generally meant to include those parts of Scotland not referred to as the Highlands (or Gàidhealtachd), that is, everywhere due south and east of a line (the Highland Boundary Fault) between Stonehaven and Bowling (Firth of Clyde).
Orkney and Shetland are sometimes called "lowland", mainly because of their current language, but have a separate identity, to the point of some islanders not considering themselves Scottish.
The term Scottish Lowlands is generally used mostly with reference to the Lowland Scots, Scottish history and the Scottish clan system, as well as in family history and genealogy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scottish_Lowlands   (315 words)

 Eastern Ridges and Lowlands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In the U.S. state of Wisconsin, the Eastern Ridges and Lowlands is a geographical region in the eastern part of the state, between the Bay of Green Bay in the north and the state border with Illinois border in the south.
The Eastern Ridges and Lowlands region is primarily a plain with elevations between 700 and 900 feet above sea level, but the region slopes enough to form two broad ridges running from north to south that exceed 1,000 feet above sea level in some places.
Between the two ridges is a lowland carved out by the glaciers of the last ice age.
www.butte-silverbow.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Eastern_Ridges_and_Lowlands   (380 words)

 Lowlands Talk .:. an introduction to the language varieties of the Lowlands
Before Lowlands Saxon came to be well and truly overshadowed and suppressed by German, many of its speakers still referred to it as “Saxon” (sassysch, etc.) or “Low(lands) Saxon” (nedersassysch, etc.), some as late as in the 19th and early 20th century.
Lowlands Saxon today thus consists of a mass of dialects that are written in various ways, using inconsistently, idiosyncratically applied spelling guidelines based on German and Dutch conventions.
Lowlands Saxon was officially recognized as a “regional language” in the Eastern Netherlands (1997) and in Northern Germany (1999) within the framework of the European Language Charter.
www.lowlands-l.net /talk/eng/index.php?page=lowsaxon   (2490 words)

 AVIFAUNA - Picchio verde . . . l'altro web site - Birds: DNA Sibley's list, 12a (Non Passeriformes)
Lowlands and foothills to 1400 m in e Panama, and from nw,n,e Colombia, Venezuela and Guianas s, e of Andes, through e Ecuador, e Peru, n,e Bolivia and n,e,c Brazil to Paraguay and n Argentina.
Lowlands to 400 m e of Andes in ne,e Colombia and n Venezuela; lowlands and mts.
Lowlands to 500 m in nc,sc Venezuela, Guyana and French Guiana; to 500 m e of Andes in e Colombia, e Ecuador, e Peru, Amazonian Brazil and n Bolivia.
www.scricciolo.com /classificazione/classification12a.htm   (3506 words)

 Scotch Single Malt Whisky Distilleries of the Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The lowlands are a lovely area of Scotland that most tourists miss visiting as they drive straight through from England to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Very old Lowland malts (25 to 35-years-old)seem to pick up a great deal of the wood flavor of the casks and can sometimes be a bit overwhelmed by it.
The ubiquitous Lowland "toasted marshmallow/creme brulee" presence is tempered with oak and a slight spiciness.
www.maltwhiskey.com /html/lowlands.htm   (2085 words)

 HA 730-F Coastal lowlands aquifer system text
The coastal lowlands aquifer system consists of a gulf-ward-thickening, heterogeneous, unconsolidated to poorly consolidated wedge of discontinous beds of sand, silt, and clay that range in age from Oligocene to Holocene (fig.
Sediments that compose the coastal lowlands aquifer sys-tem were, for the most part, transported by rivers and streams that flowed coastward and were deposited in deltaic environments.
Under natural conditions, recharge to the coastal lowlands aquifer system was greatest in the topographically high areas east and west of the Mississippi River and along the landward margin of the aquifer (fig.
capp.water.usgs.gov /gwa/ch_f/F-text3.html   (4263 words)

 AVIFAUNA - Picchio Verde. . . l'altro web site - Birds: DNA Sibley's list 1 (Passeriformes)
Lowlands to 1500 m of e Honduras, Nicaragua on Caribbean slope, Costa Rica, Panama and from w,nc,se Colombia, s Venezuela and Guianas s, w of Andes, to nw Ecuador and, e of Andes, through e Ecuador, e Peru, n Bolivia and Amazonian Brazil.
Lowlands to 1000 m from Mexico in Tabasco, s along Caribbean slope to Nicaragua, both slopes of Costa Rica and Panama and from w,n,e, w,s Venezuela and Guianas s, w o Andes to nw Ecuador and, e of Andes, through e Ecuador and e Peru to n,e Bolivia and Amazonian,c,ne Brazil.
Lowlands to 1500 m of w Costa Rica, Panama, sw Ecuador and nw Peru and from Colombia s,e of Andes, through e Ecuador and e Peru to Amazonian and se Brazil.
www.scricciolo.com /classificazione/passeriformes1.htm   (6952 words)

 Amazon.com: Music: Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
On Lowlands, her second collection of traditional songs, her connection with the roots of Celtic music is so deep that when she mixes instruments like the kora (African harp), erhu (Chinese fiddle), and tabla (Indian drum) with the less exotic violin, guitar, and tin whistle the results sound absolutely right.
Songs like "The Snows They Melt the Soonest," which features the fiddling of Johnny Cunningham, and "The Lowlands of Holland," a lament about a lover's death at sea, are infused with the sense of loss and longing that haunt the emigrant in a new land.
Lowlands is a collection of mostly traditional Celtic songs, performed with a markedly non-traditional flair.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00004YL6K?v=glance   (1332 words)

 Lowlands - Malt Whisky Regions - www.scotchwhisky.com
For the style of Lowland whisky is much lighter than Highland, with little or no peating, and this had much broader appeal.
By the 1880s almost the entire production of the Lowland distilleries went for blending: today, it is possible (and more cost effective) to create Highland malts with a light character to suit the requirements of blenders.
The dryness comes from the malt itself, not from peat (Lowlands tend to use unpeated malt), and this also lends a certain sweet fruitiness to the flavour and mouthfeel.
www.scotchwhisky.com /english/about/malts/reglow.htm   (420 words)

 Mayan Civilization
The northern Lowlands were also comprised of forests but they were drier than their southern counterparts, mainly growing small thorny trees.
The lowlands primarily produced crops which were used for their own personal consumption, the principle cultigen being maize.
Although the lowlands were not the source of any of these commodities, they still played an important role as the origin of the transportation routes.
www.indians.org /welker/maya.htm   (6103 words)

 Wisconsin: Geographical Provinces: Eastern Ridges and Lowlands
From this crest one overlooks the lowland of the Central plain.
The eastern edge of this lowland is lower than the western, and slopes northward so that the Green Bay end is nearly 300 feet lower than the part near the Illinois border.
The lowland was doubtless occupied by a master stream flowing southward.
www.wisconline.com /wisconsin/geoprovinces/easternridges.html   (2748 words)

 CH 2001(5) - Means and Krysko
Populations inhabiting the eastern Apalachicola Lowlands, a distinct biotic province, are different from the surrounding populations in having fewer and wider light body crossbands, distinct ontogenetic interband lightening, unique ventral patterns, and the presence of non-banded (striped and patternless) individuals.
The eastern Apalachicola Lowlands population is distinct in having crossband numbers from 1 to 25 (mean = 11.5), crossband width from 3 to 200 (mean = 77.4) dorsal scale rows, lightened interbands rated as C and D, ventral patterns of bicolor or loose checkerboard with interspersed bicolor scales, and non-banded (striped or patternless) morphs.
The proximity of the Apalachicola Lowlands to the Gulf of Mexico, and the fact that extensive barrier islands have developed offshore in the past 6500 years (Stapor, 1975), suggests isolation might have been in the form of ancient islands or peninsulas created by high stands of the sea during the Pleistocene.
www.calacademy.org /research/herpetology/ch/ch/2001/5   (3076 words)

 Bolivia Lowlands - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, ...
The southeastern part of the lowlands is a continuation of the Chaco of Paraguay.
Most of Bolivia's important rivers are found in the water-rich northern parts of the lowlands, particularly in the Alto Beni (Upper Beni), where the land is suitable for crops such as coffee and cacao.
The northern lowlands are drained by wide, slow-moving rivers, the three largest of which--the Mamoré, Beni, and Madre de Dios--all flow northward into the Madeira River in Brazil and eventually into the Amazon.
www.photius.com /countries/bolivia/geography/bolivia_geography_lowlands.html   (377 words)

 WDNR - Northwest Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Northwest Lowlands Ecological Landscape forms a triangular wedge in northwestern Wisconsin, bounded on the north by the Superior Coastal Plain and on the south and east by the Northwest Sands.
The total land area for the Northwest Lowlands Ecological Landscape is approximately 421,000 acres, of which 74% is classified as timberland.
The forest products and processing industries are not a major contributor to the economy of the Northwest Lowlands Region (4% of total industrial output); however, this may be due to the influence of the City of Superior on economic measures for Douglas County.
www.dnr.state.wi.us /landscapes/nw_lowlands.htm   (1104 words)

The large population of buried impact basins found in MOLA data in the northern lowlands of Mars suggests that the crust beneath a relatively thin veneer of lowland plains is extremely old.
Alternatively, it could be that burial of the lowlands removed enough of the total population to depress the lowland curve at all diameters.
We find evidence for several probable buried basins in the lowlands and at least one in the highlands that are similar to Hellas, Argyre, Isidis, Chryse and Utopia in size.
gsa.confex.com /gsa/2002AM/finalprogram/abstract_44774.htm   (505 words)

 : : LOWLANDS ONLINE : :   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Lowlands was launched into the world in '92 by Tom De Weerdt, in an attempt to present to the Belgian public a wide variety of open minded innovative music.
Through Lowlands a variety of interesting labels are distributed in Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg coming from different musical backgrounds.
The Lowlands catalogue includes releases in the broad field of house, nu lounge, drum 'n bass, dub, exotica, latin, breakbeat, contemporary, experimental electronica and jazz.
www.lowlands.be /labels.htm   (175 words)

 Glenkinchie: Lowlands distillery- Scotch Whisky -
Situated near Edimburgh, Glenkinchie is with Auchentoshan one of the last active distilleries in the Lowlands.
This Lowlands, part of the Classic Malts, distillers edition, is a very fresh whisky with very nice cut grass hints.
The taste remains typical of a Lowland, light and pleasant, and the sherry, even if it is still present in the palate, does not denature the characteristic freshness of malts from that area.
www.whisky-distilleries.info /Glenkinchie_EN.shtml   (498 words)

 Lowlands-L .:. a discussion group for people who share an interest in languages and cultures of the Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
“Lowlands languages” are those Germanic languages that developed in the “Lowlands”: the low-lying areas adjacent to the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
Also included are those languages that descended from autochtonous Lowlands languages and are used elsewhere; for example, Afrikaans, Lowlands-based emigrant languages, pidgins and creoles, and also English and Scots.
“Lowlands cultures” are those cultures that utilize Lowlands languages or are clearly derived from such cultures.
www.lowlands-l.net   (272 words)

 Susan McKeown, Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Her amber tones weave a spell when first they are heard, and you are not yourself again until the music comes to an end.
Lowlands, her sixth album, is one of the most fascinating works I have listened to in what seems ages.
Again the album turns to an Oriental sound, this time on another unlikely candidate, "The Lowlands of Holland." The mournful vocals are accompanied by just the eerily beautiful sounds of an erhu and a banjo plucked very slowly and deliberately.
www.greenmanreview.com /lowlands.html   (1316 words)

 Lowlands Club 2005 Home Page
Because of the great demand for tennis membership at Lowlands a new Social Tennis Section has been established aimed at players who are either new to the game or who haven't played for some time and wish to take the game up again.
Well done all at Lowlands for contributing their part of the £3,500 raised.
Lowlands Club combines social, tennis, table tennis, snooker and other activities in the west London suburb of Eastcote, Middlesex.
www.lowlandsclub.com   (897 words)

The cumulative number of lowland "MOLA-found" basins per unit area is greater than that for visible impact basins in the highlands, but less than that for buried highland basins.
The visible highlands in Noachis-Arabia are on average Middle Noachian in age, and the cumulative crater density is consistent with this.
The buried lowland surface is therefore older than Middle Noachian and may be as old as the Early Noachian.
gsa.confex.com /gsa/2001AM/finalprogram/abstract_25358.htm   (383 words)

 Lowlands of Scotland
A couple were from lowland Clan members, one of whom mentioned that when they think of lowlanders they immediately think of clans, but that he would concede the fact that not all Scots were members of nor associated with clans.
All of these factors combined to create in the Lowlander a Scot with language, dress, and customs more like those of England than the inhabitants of the northern mountains of Scotland who remained relatively isolated, mostly Gaelic speaking, and considered to be heathens by the people of the Lowlands.
When I say that the Scots in the lowlands were more like the English in culture that is not to say that they were very like the English.
www.electricscotland.com /familytree/magazine/junjul2002/lowlands.htm   (734 words)

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And he had a brace and auger made for the use, And he bored nine holes in her hull all at once As she lay along the lowland, lowland low, As she lay along the lowland sea.
There was a lofty ship, and they put her out to sea And the name of the ship was the Golden Vanity And they sailed her on the lowland, lowland, low They sailed her on the lowland sea.
They feared she would be taken by the Turkish enemy That was cruising in the lowlands, lowlands, lowlands, That was cruising in the lowlands low.
www.sarcon.demon.co.uk /lyrics/r0865.txt   (589 words)

 Mayan Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The Mayan Lowlands are mainly located on the Yucatan Peninsula.
The basic formation of the Lowland peninsula is coraline limestone, with an average elevation of less than 500 feet above sea level.
Along the coast of the Lowlands, a population of fur-seals resides.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/prehistory/latinamerica/geography/mayan_lowlands.html   (301 words)

 500 Carboniferous Lowlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Lowland Nova Scotia is mainly Carboniferous sedimentary rocks on which deep soils have developed.
The lowlands fall into three main areas: the Windsor Lowlands (Unit 511), from the Avon River to the Stewiacke Valley; the Coastal Plain of the North Shore (District 520); and the Bras d’Or Lowlands (District 560) of central Cape Breton.
The intervening hilly areas of the Carboniferous Lowlands have a topographic character transitional between lowland, plain, and upland.
museum.gov.ns.ca /mnh/nature/nhns2/500/500.htm   (3331 words)

 GeoKansas--Arkansas River & Wellington-McPherson Lowlands--Intro
The Arkansas River Lowlands and the Wellington-McPherson Lowlands, though separated into different physiographic regions, are geologically similar.
The Arkansas River Lowlands is made up of rocks deposited by the Arkansas River during the last 10 million years as the river flowed through Kansas from its source high in the Rocky Mountains.
This sand, silt, and gravel was eroded from slightly older rocks in the High Plains to the north, then carried by streams flowing south into the Arkansas River between one and two million years ago, during the Pleistocene Epoch.
www.kgs.ku.edu /Extension/lowlands/lowlands.html   (502 words)

 On-Farm Water Management in Tidal Lowlands
It means each location needs an own on-farm water management system and its own suitable operation, often also strongly depending on the lay-out of the fields and its tertiary and secondary canal system.
The guiding principle was that all activities in the Model areas should be carried out by the farmers themselves, with only minimal material or financial support from the project.
There is a high need to develop Standards for the implementation of TAM in the different environmental and socio-economic conditions in the Coastal Lowlands.
www.tidal-lowlands.org /tam.htm   (841 words)

 Ancient Holland The history of The Lowlands from the beginning of the Era until the last Counts of the house of Frisia ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
During the middle-ages the Lowlands were shaped by a group of autonomous Duchies like Gelre, Brabant, Limburg and Flanders and Counties like Holland, Zeeland and Frisia, and last but not least Dioceses like Utrecht, Luik (Liege), Keulen (Koln), Aken (Aachen), Metz and others.
The only thing these Counties had in common was that they were situated in the so called "Lowlands" they were no more then a "Vassal" state, to the Kings of Germany (the Roman Empire) and the Kings of France and later the Habsburg Empire.
The oldest cities in the lowlands were Dordrecht, Delft, Leiden, Haarlem in Holland, Middelburg, Veere and others in Zeeland, Ghent, Brugge and Brussels in Flanders, Maastricht in Limburg and Keulen, Aken and others in Germany.
www.geerts.com /holland/holland-1.htm   (1572 words)

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