Are there bogs in Michigan?
Yes there are bogs in Michigan. Some of them are: Mud Lake Bog, Bishop's Bog, and Saul Lake Bog.
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A small body of trapped water that farmers make cranberrys in. also they act like a giant sponge when it starts to flood. An area of soft, naturally waterlogged ground.
Bogs are most abundant in the Northern Hemisphere, especially in a broad belt including the northern part of the deciduous forest zone and the central and southern parts of the boreal forest zone. Farther south, and in drier climates farther inland, they become sporadic and restricted to specialized… habitats. To the north, peatlands controlled by mineral soil water (aapa mires) replace them as the dominant wetlands. Bogs are much less extensive in the Southern Hemisphere because there is little land in cold temperate latitudes. In these Southern Hemisphere peatlands, Sphagnum is much less important, and Epacridaceae and Restionaceae replace the Ericaceae and Cyperaceae of the Northern Hemisphere. For the source and more detailed information concerning this issue, click on the related links section indicated below.who cares ( Full Answer )
bog bodies are mummified bodies of people or animals, that are found in peat bogs. They are preserved for many years under the mud, and many of the ones found are dated back to the Iron Age. Bog bodies are preserved by all the acid in the ground, and their discovery spots are often in Europe. Bog bo…dies are usually very well preserved, sometimes, so well preserved that they are mistaken for recent murder victims. Scientists say that most bog bodies found died through some kind of ritualistic sacrifice, for many either had evidence of stab wounds, or had a rope tied around their neck. Hair and clothes have sometimes been found intact. This is a picture of Tollund Man, a bog body mummified in a peat bog in Denmark. He was found in 1950 by two men, and is aprox. 2,000 years old.: ( Full Answer )
Both spag bol and spag bog are words. They refer to a specific fooddish that is similar to spaghetti.
Make sure you have a new (right kind) of spark plug. Next I would say you may have to rejet your carb. But it could also be your air filter or reeds(if a 2 stroke).\n. \nIf plug, reeds (if a 2 stroke) and air filter are all good, I'd guess a rich main jet.
Bogs are filled with plants, animals, and insects. Depending onwhere the bog is located, you may find moss, cattails, newts, andmosquitoes. You may also find moose, dragonflies, frogs and otheramphibians, as well as ducks and geese. These are just a few of themany things you'll find in a bog. Bogs a…re very important to humanmankind. ( Full Answer )
Since it is a 2 stroke, you need to keep revving it every few seconds even when sitting still or in idle or the engine will shut off. It might also be because you need a new spark plug. It is located directly under the gas tank on the egine. Try pushing down the plastic cap on the plug, and if that …doesn't work, just buy a new one for about $5.00 ( Full Answer )
Swamp plants are mostly in bog, but you may get flowers growing in a bog.
Bogs can inhabitant many animals. Some of these animals includefrogs, water birds, fish, mammals and other amphibians. Bogs arefound all over the world.
North of Ohio! It is the only state surrounded by lakes. East of the Missisipi. In the Great Lakes Region of the United States of America. To the North of Michigan it is Canada Michigan consists of two peninsulas, which are not connected to each other by land Try this map, Michigan is the… red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin. Try this map, Michigan is the red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin. ( Full Answer )
I guess they are endangered because we drain or do thing to the land to expand our cities and farms and make living more convenient.
a lake or pool . A bog is like a marsh, but bigger and more marshy.
A bog in which peat has formed and accumulated through partial decomposition of mosses, sedges, trees, and other vegetative matter.
Bog Orgys is a game in France. It is a game were u basically have lots of SEX with a buch of people.
Since bogs are found in both temperate and tropical regions of the world, there is not one particular type of climate associated with bogs.
A bog is a wetland with lots of dead plants and the soil is very damp and muddy
Bogs are highly acid, low nutrient, low-oxygen, water-logged(especially in the lower layers) and, usually, cold. Plants in bogsare severely limited in growth by the lack of available usablenitrogen specifically. Plants have adapted several different waysto compensate for the lack of fixed nitrogen i…n bogs. Plants thatlive in Sphagnum bogs are ectomycorrhizal trees (spruce and larch),a variety of ericaceous shrubs, orchids, non-mycorrhizal members ofthe sedge family, carnivorous plants, and liverworts. Carnivorous plants adapted leaves to become animal luring traps.They are all apparently non-mycorrhizal, and they obtain most oftheir nutrients from their prey, rather than the substrate theygrow in. They are capable of coexisting when grown nearnoncarnivorous plants by taking prey as a nitrogen source andavoiding competition. If they do not catch prey they do not growlarger even given sunlight, being limited by lack of nitrogen foramino acid/protein synthesis. Alders, bog myrtle and others adapted their roots for a symbioticrelationship with Frankia, a class of nitrogen fixing Actinomycetebacteria that live in actinorhizal nodules. Then spruce, larch, orchids and varieties of ericaceous shrubs havemycorrhizae, fungal symbionts capable of extracting combined N andP from organic substrates in exchange for the products ofphotosynthesis. Wetland mycorrhizal associations help plants insoils with restricted nutrient access. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) associate with 58% dicots vs 13%monocots AMF ( Full Answer )
Bog diving, or bog snorkeling, is a competition originating in Wales. Once a year competitors snorkel the length of a channel cut through a peat bog. They are not allowed to use their arms, but use only flipper power. It usually benefits some charities. It has been picked up by other countries in…cluding Australia. ( Full Answer )
A tree bog is a form of outhouse which has willows, nettles and other nutrient-hungry plants planted around it
Need to clean air filter, and clean carb. Should take care of problem you may have stale gas also.
A bog or mire is a wetland type that accumulates acidic peat A swamp is a wetland featuring temporary or permanent inundation of large areas of land, by shallow bodies of water Moorland or moor is a type of habitat found in upland areas, characterised by low growing vegetation on acidic soi…ls ( Full Answer )
Bogs are made of layers of rotting and decomposing plant matter (reeds, grasses, leaves) which are partially immersed in water. This forms a wet sponge of material which partially floats on the water and is semi-solid. There is a lot of give and take in such a structure and it deforms and recovers w…hen a weight is applied to it - like a foot stepping on it. ( Full Answer )
Glasses included in the book "Ottoline at sea", that enable the wearer to see the hidden illustrations.
In these cases, the acidity of the water, cold temperature and lack of oxygen combined tan the body's skin and soft tissues, whilst the skeleton typically disintegrates over time. Such mummies are extremely well-preserved on emerging from the bog, with skin and internal organs intact
some people just fell in the bogs ,others were sacrificed and left in the bogs.
-noun . 1.. wet, spongy ground with soil composed mainly of decayed vegetable matter.. 2.. an area or stretch of such ground.. -verb (used with object), verb (used without object) . 3.. to sink in or as if in a bog (often fol. by down ): We were bogged down by overwork. . Hope this help…s . ( Full Answer )
go to Pokemon world and kill a pikachu and then take it to the mall and make pikachu skin clothes
a body in a bog gets mummified by the acids in the peat in the bog.
I assume that it was because fire power had developed hugely in terms of accuracy and volume since (say) 1815 whereas methods of moving men under fire had not. Any soldier without protection was highly likely to be hit; the protection available at the time was limited to some well built-up fortifica…tions (eg at Verdun) and defences that could be constructed by soldiers in the field, ie holes excavated in the ground or trenches. In a trench men could be reasonably comfortable and fight very effectively, provided that they were not required to go anywhere. They could be relieved from the front line by communication trenches (ie also protected from enemy fire) and they could carry out a certain amount of admin (eg washing, cleaning weapons, feeding) from trenches or dug-outs constructed in the trench line. A trench (ie a line) also mean that adjacent units could protect one another's flanks. In contrast not in a trench men were vulnerable to mines, wire, shells, and machine gun fire. Since any attack necessarily meant leaving the trench system the attackers were at an overwhelming disadvantage compared with those defending their trench. Further, even if (by assembling a vast enough body of men and support) a trench could be overcome and captured those retreating would inevitably settle down further back in a new trench for all of the same reasons. Hence any successful attack, often at great cost, would inevitably mean simply that the lines of battle were re-drawn a few hundred yards from where they had been before the attack. After attacking and capturing a trench, itself a major and exhausting feat, it was inevitable that the attacking side would need to establish their position in order to take stock, be reinforced, tend to the wounded, rest the fighting men. So the most that could realistically be achieved in a single day would be to cross no man's land (say 300 yards) and occupy the enemy's line. The displaced side would then mount a counter attack which would also have to be fought off. If that was successful (which was highly likely since, amongst other factors, the enemy's trench would not be designed to face that direction) the parties would be back where they started but with terrible casualties. If somehow the attackers captured the enemy trench and advanced well beyond it they would be in an even worse position of defending new ground (ie digging in completely new trenches) and being much further from their rear support bases. That would inevitably make holding on to the position harder, so that there would be a tendency to revert back to the prior position. But even in those circumstances the ground gained would be minuscule distances as compared with either the length of the front or the total distance between Paris and Berlin. Meanwhile the displaced side would be establishing a new position, new trenches etc and harrassing the attackers in their new position. This cycle, ie with limited gains from any individual attack, was inevitable so long as the side being attacked had sufficient resources and discipline to establish a new defensive position whenever they lost a trench to an attack. For the reasons set out above the new defensive position would never be that far back from the last: no one could mount an attack and then immediately advance (by foot) any great distance. In addition the attack would cost the attacking side far more in resources than it cost the defending side, because of the cost in men and morale of advancing across open country under fire as compared with firing from a concealed position in a trench. Therefore repeated successful attacks were highly unlikely. The armies would not have got so bogged down had it been possible to outflank one another, or had it been possible to advance to the enemy (a) with protection (eg with tanks) and (b) so quickly that it was not possible for the retreating side to re-establish itself after an attack in a new position so close to the day's engagement. Obviously if the trench line had not extended from one side of Europe to the other it would have been far less significant as the armies would have repeatedly attempted to work round each other's end. So the fact that both sides' armies were so vast that they were able to line up against one another is also relevant. ( Full Answer )
It is put in salt to dry it out and then rubbed in oils and then its organs, minus the heart, are put in canopic jars and then their brain is pulled out and smashed because apparently it is useless.
usually when a dirtbike is bogging it is not getting enough fuel or air you should fist check the air filter and then check the air filters lines going to the carb and then make shure they are all clean if there all clean then check the gas lines making shure that nothing is clogging them up. try se…a foam to clear the gas lines before you take them all apat to check them. if that doesnt work then you have to clean the carberator. if none of that works make shure that youre exaust pipe is not caked up. thats all that i can tell you hope it helps. ( Full Answer )
Mudd Bogging is when you Take A 4x4 out into the Mud (also known as 4 bying)
It fixes itself in a few hours. Just make sure you have soldiers to prevent further damage against pests.
Torbiera is an Italian equivalent of the English word "bog." Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article is la ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is una ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "tohr-BYEH-rah."
Yes it can mean (is slang for) a toilet. It is also a large deep area of sphagnum moss (as in an Irish peat bog).
Humid. Bogs can be hot or cold, but their common element is a lot of moisture.
It's difficult to trace the exact country, but we do know it's from the Gaelic word "bogach", which means "swamp". It was then adapted by the English in the phrase "bog-standard". Meaning something looks or smells like a swamp.
Bog ponies are easier to make overweight, and that's the biggestproblem. Regulate their feed so they stay a healthy size, and keepthem off rich spring grass.
" Currt-Currt-Currt-currt-currt " is the call of the Florida Bog Frog ( Rana okaloosae , Lithobates okaloosae ). Specifically, the voice of the Florida Bog Frog involves series of 5-15 guttural rattles. It is made at the rate of four or five (4-5) per second. The volume falls from beginning to en…d. The call is heard between April and August or September. ( Full Answer )
East of the Mississippi River is the range of the Bog Torch Orchid ( Habenaria nivea ). Specifically, the orchid may be found in Delaware and New Jersey along the more northerly reaches of the eastern coast of the United States of America. It may be found from eastern North Carolina to Florida i…n terms of the coast's more southerly reaches. It also may grow as far west as Texas and Arkansas. ( Full Answer )
Open, unshaded areas are the habitat of the Bog Torch Orchid ( Habenaria nivea ). Specifically, the orchid can handle intense, strong sunlight. It particularly favors moist, but not waterlogged soils. It therefore may be found in bogs, open pine woods, savannahs and wet meadows.
East of the Mississippi River is the range of the Bog Twayblade ( Liparis loeselii ). Specifically, the wild orchid ranges as far northeastward as Maine. It may be found growing as far southeastward as North Carolina. It grows as far southeastward as Alabama. Additionally, its range can extend… northwestward from West Virginia and Missouri all the way across the Mississippi and up into Kansas and North Dakota. ( Full Answer )
Well, mostly bog cotton has a short life expectancy - due to the fact it's in water. So it doesn't. It DROWNS. Hope this helps!
Even with the ATV's off-road capabilities, the soggy bog was too much for the vehicle, and it became stuck.
It could be your IAC, Idle Air Control. The IAC can be affected by temperatures. A test to see if this is your problem, start your engine and allow it to stall. Open your hood and VERY LIGHTLY tap your IAC with a hammer or screwdriver. Try starting it again. If it runs fine, your IAC is sticking. If… not, take it in and get it looked at. ( Full Answer )
When someone or a group of people shove someone else's head into the toilet and flush his head an act of humiliation or domination
Bird live in bogs because they are stupid birds that don't know what they are doing in the normal life cycle they live in with their stupid shelf dummy assess.
Step 1 : the bog is prepared they are drained leveled and supplied with railway trackes Step 2 : the peat is harvest Step 3 : the peat is transported from the bog Step 4 : the processed peat is marketed
The official definition of the word bogs is "wet muddy ground toosoft to support a heavy body."
It is an area of marshy wetland formed by the thick growth of aplant (a moss) called "Sphagnum".