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Miss Campolongo's Period 6: Bog

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  • 1. Bog by: Tim Beswick, Sammy Yun, LexiAmici, and Ryan Corcoran.
  • 2. Locations
    Northern Hemishpere they are most abunant.
    Places located Europe, The U.S, Canada, Asia.
    Aren’t usually in dry climates.
  • 3. Bogs are located in many different parts of the world.
    Some names of bogs located in the U.S are Carlisle Bog in Alaska, Bog garden in North Carolina, Tannersville Cranberry Bog in Pennsylvania, Spruce Hole Bog in New Hampshire, and the Cedar Bog in Ohio.
    Different Types
  • 4. Plant Life
    Plant life in bogs include a variety of plants such as Cyanobacteria, Sphagum moss, Algae, Desmids.
  • 5. Animal life includes pond skaters, dragonflies, damselflies, mosquitoes, midges, bloodworms, water boatmen, water beetles, water lice, and frogs.
    Animal Life
  • 6. Bogs help maintain reliable supplies of clean water to rivers.
    As an example, in Europe, bogs are some of the last true wilderness areas and they are enjoyed by people.
    importance
  • 7. Saving the Wetlands
    You can build walls or barriers on the boundaries of the wetlands to prevent flooding.

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