This is a list of bogs, wetland mires that accumulate peat from dead plant material
, usually .... The world's largest peat bog, located in Western Siberia, is thawing
for the first time in 11,00...
Bogs require this humid climate to retain the wetness that characterizes them.
Bogs are more plentiful in the northern hemisphere than the southern,...
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Oct 26, 2016 ... The hydrogeomorphic (HGM) includes five major wetland types: riverine, slope
depressional, flat and fringe. Marshes; Swamps; Bogs; Fens.
Jan 19, 2015 ... Bog, type of wetland ecosystem characterized by wet, spongy, poorly drained
peaty soil. Bogs can be divided into three types: (1) typical bogs ...
Bogs are mossy wetlands. Almost all of their water comes from rain and snow.
Water in bogs is low in oxygen, very acidic and often cold! Sphagnum or peat ...
Bogs are what most people would call “swampy” spots. ... Individual bogs have
different types of vegetation, but some ... most of which are located on the.
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Location of Blanket Bogs [2kB] Blanket bogs are found wherever there is high
rainfall, which is typically in western Ireland and also in mountainous areas.
The word bog often evokes a picture of a pond with a ring of sphagnum moss, but
the term bog actually describes the larger area of wet organic soil in which ...