A River Of Norway

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A River Of Norway

Author : Charles Thomas-Stanford
ISBN : UCAL:$B25507
Genre : Fishing
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Rivers Of Norway

Author : Source Wikipedia
ISBN : 1157928854
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: This is a list of the 20 longest rivers of Norway ranked by length in kilometers. ... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=13087245
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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : OSU:32435076471762
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On Marriage In Norway

Author : Eilert Sundt
ISBN : 052123199X
Genre : History
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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office
ISBN : UOM:39015046791235
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The Norway Bed Breakfast Book

Author : Anne Marit Bjørgen
ISBN : 1589805259
Genre : Travel
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Listings in English, Norwegian, and German include high-standard bed and breakfasts, small family-owned inns, private homes, cabins, townhouses, manors, farms, and even old-fashioned stabburs (storage huts). The book is equipped with excellent color maps of each region, detailed directions to each establishment, and an evaluation form encouraging guests to offer personal updates and comments on their stays. Additionally, all establishments are coded by the author per her standards, reflecting the hosts' attention to cleanliness, food quality, comfort level, amenities, and more.
Category: Travel

The Atna River

Author : Odd Terje Sandlund
ISBN : 1402022530
Genre : Science
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This volume presents a unique set of time series data concerning the environmental and biological dynamics of a pristine alpine-boreal river system in Norway. A simultaneous collection of data on climate, hydrology, erosion, water chemistry, primary production, invertebrates and fish provides an unusual insight into the ecology of a watercourse characteristic of this region of north-western Europe. Individual papers present data collected over 14 years, which provides an opportunity to understand the natural dynamics in a system with very little direct influence from human activities. The results indicate a level of variation that should be expected in natural systems, and provides a solid basis for a discussion of the best approach to the monitoring of biological diversity and environmental factors in rivers and lakes. The volume is aimed at researchers working with watershed management and aquatic sciences. It provides useful information and experiences of particular relevance to the implementation of the EU Frame Directive for Water.
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Biogeochemical Investigations Of Terrestrial Freshwater And Wetland Ecosystems Across The Globe

Author : R. Kelman Wieder
ISBN : 9789400709522
Genre : Science
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Here is a collection of papers from BIOGEOMON, The Fourth International Symposium on Ecosystem Behavior. The contributions address a wider-than-ever range of concerns: aspects of catchment monitoring and modeling; nitrogen transformations and processes; stable and radiogenic isotopes; biogeochemistry of restored ecosystems; and the dynamics of such chemicals as mercury and phosphorous, among many other topics.
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Norway

Author : Beatrix Jungman
ISBN : 9781465514332
Genre : Norway
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The Battle For Norway

Author : Geirr Haarr
ISBN : 9781783469055
Genre : History
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This is the second book in a series of two, covering the events at sea during the German invasion of Norway in 1940, the first modern campaign in which sea, air and ground forces interacted decisively.Part one covers the events at sea off southern and western Norway where Norwegian and British forces attempted to halt the German advance out of the invasion ports as well as the stream of supplies and reinforcements across the Skagerrak. The second part focuses on the British landings in Central Norway where the Royal Navy for the first time had its mastery challenged by air superiority from land-based aircraft. Part three covers the events in and around Narvik where Norwegian, British, French and Polish naval, air and land forces were engaged in the first combined amphibious landings of WW II. Part four sums up the events during the evacuation in June, in which the first carrier task force operations of the war, including the loss of the carrier Glorious, figure prominently. As in the first volume, the narration shifts continuously between the strategic and operational issues, and the experiences of the officers and ratings living through the events. Extensive research and use of primary sources reveals the many sides of this war, some of which remain controversial to this day.
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The Norway Year Book

Author : Simon Christian Hammer
ISBN : UOM:39015035950545
Genre : Norway
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Paul Kane S Great Nor West

Author : Sheila Urbanek
ISBN : 9780774841832
Genre : Art
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In this beautifully designed and richly illustrated book, Diane Eaton and Sheila Urbanek re-create Paul Kane's heroic journey across Canada and bring to life the people, places, and events he experienced. Determined to document the lives and customs of the Indians of the Northwest, Paul Kane set out in 1845 to cross the continent 'with no companions but my portfolio and a box of paints, my gun and a stock of ammunition.' Travelling via the Hudson's Bay Company fur brigade routes, he made his way from the Great Lakes to the Pacific coast and back again. When he returned to Toronto in the fall of 1848, he brought back some 500 field sketches as well as a remarkable collection of Indian 'curiosities,' which he used as raw material for one hundred oil paintings depicting scenes of Indian life. While the carefully executed oil paintings are deliberately romanticized images of the west, the original field sketches convey Kane's immediate impressions and offer tantalizing glimpses of what he describes as the 'wild scenes amongst which I strayed almost alone.' A fascinating complement to the sketches is contained in a small diary Kane kept while on his journey -- brief and plainspoken, these entries were jotted down in his own idiosyncratic spelling and punctuation. Illustrated with a wide selection of the field sketches as well as his better-known oil paintings, this book reintroduces this remarkable artist to a modern audience.
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