1 edition of Natural areas inventory, Gates County, North Carolina found in the catalog.
by North Carolina Coastal Energy Impact Program, Office of Coastal Management, North Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources and Community Development in Raleigh
Written in English
|Other titles||Natural areas inventory of Gates County, North Carolina.|
|Statement||by Cecil C. Frost|
|Series||CEIP report -- no. 16|
|Contributions||North Carolina. Coastal Energy Impact Program|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
North Carolina Department of Environment Quality - Coastal Management. Rules Applying to Development in Areas of Environmental Concern; Section 4: Rules for Specific Types of Projects. Gates County Certified Land Use Plans. Jurisdiction Certified Plan Certification Date Amended; Gates County. Gates County Map; Appointed Boards & Committees. Application for Commissioner Appointment to Authorities, Boards, Commissions and Committees. Apply Now; Regional Boards of which Gates County is a Member. Albemarle Commission; Albemarle Regional Health Services Board (Public Health) Albemarle Regional Library Board.
Located in northeastern North Carolina just south of Suffolk, Virginia, the Nottoway, Meherrin, and Nansemond Indians found what is present-day Gates County an ideal place, furnishing them with all the natural resources needed for a good life. Bakers of Buckland Society, Inc. - A North Carolina Non-Profit Corporation - Bakers of Buckland Society, Inc. Bakers of Buckland Society, Inc.
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What is a county natural areas inventory. An inventory of a county's natural areas is a systematic search for the best examples of natural habitats and locations of rare species in a North Carolina county.
These natural area inventory surveys are used to produce reports and maps that identify and describe the most important natural areas. Natural areas inventory, Gates County, North Carolina / North Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources and Community Development, Year: OAI identifier: oai::title/ Provided by: Biodiversity Heritage Library OAI Repository.
Download Author: Cecil C. Frost, North Carolina. Status of County Natural Area Inventories in North Carolina September Note: APES = Albemarle‐Pamlico Estuarine Study. APES Regional Inventories cover multiple counties and were completed in threee phases: Phase I inPhase II inand Phase III in Progress Completed (97) In Progress (1) To Be Done (2).
The first North Carolina State Natural Area, this property preserves stands of longleaf pine forests in the Sandhills region. Unlike most State Natural Areas, it hosts hiking trails and.
Gates County was formed in from Chowan, Hertford, and Perquimans counties. It was named in honor of General Horatio Gates, who commanded the American Army at the Battle of Saratoga. Gates County is in the northeastern section of the State and is bounded by Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Chowan and Hertford counties, and the state of Virginia.
The present land area. Gates County residents, however, voiced strong opinions regarding secession and the Civil War. A.J. Walton was chosen by Gates countians to represent them at North Carolina’s secession convention.
When the war commenced, Gates County was the first to summon a company and a few Gates countians rose to prominence in the new Confederate States. Books set nearby 5 books set in the area North Carolina slaves and free persons of color: Perquimans County by William L.
Byrd. About North Carolina, Land Grant Files, About This Collection. This collection consists of records related to North Carolina land grants, which are organized first by county, then by certificate range.
Each land grant file consists of an envelope, or "shuck", on which summary information was recorded about the grant, as well as. Status of County Natural Area Inventories in North Carolina February Note: APES = Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine Study.
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Inventory and Assessment The Division of Coastal Management began using geographic information systems (GIS) in to compile information about wetlands for the Wetlands Conservation Plan.
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County Records: Court: Deeds: History: Letters: Marriages: Military: Newspapers: Obituaries: Photographs: Tax Lists: Wills & Estates: To contribute records about your ancestors Click Here: Return to the NCGenWeb Archives Table of Contents Visit the Gates County NCGenWeb Home Page: You are visitor Published Soil Surveys for North Carolina.
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Places. North Carolina, Gates County (N.C.) People. None found. Times. None found. Located in Gates County 10 miles south of North Carolina's northeastern border with Virginia, Merchants Millpond State Park centers on a acre millpond more than years old.
Hiking the surrounding trails or paddling the placid, shallow waters of the pond offer a great way to explore this wetland environment.Different types of wetlands perform various natural functions, many of which are important to coastal North Carolina.
The role of wetlands as wildlife habitat has long been recognized. More recently their critical roles in protecting water quality, preventing floods and erosion, and maintaining fish populations have become evident.An Inventory of the Wetlands Impacted by the U.S.
Navy’s Proposed OLF Site in Gates County, North Carolina by Anna Allie Dr. Daniel Richter, Advisor May Masters project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Environmental Management degree in the Nicholas School of the Environment of Duke University