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Carolina Bays

[‚kar·ə′lī·nə ′bāz]
(geography)
Shallow, marshy, often ovate depressions on the coastal plain of the mideastern and southeastern United States of unknown origin.
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An SCDOT-certified company, Seacoast Supply has supported a wide range of large projects, including the Volvo plant in Berkeley County, the Boeing plant and Charleston Airport in North Charleston, residential developments like Daniel Island, Nexton, Cane Bay, Summers Corner, Carolina Bay and Carolina Park, and roadway widening projects on Clements Ferry Road, Johnnie Dodds Boulevard, Maybank Highway and Hungryneck Boulevard.
Pete Brett, David Sigmon and Matt Vanvick, of Coldwell Banker Commercial Caine, represented Dillon Holdings of South Carolina LLC (purchaser) in the purchase of a 8,512-square-foot industrial building on 0.46 acre at 104 Grant Road in Landrum, from Carolina Bay Holding Co.
The Carolina Bay 2500 by Tidewater Boats is a serious step-hulled performer packed with features at an attractive price point.
With Poncho otherwise occupied, I ran after the squirrel, trying put it up a tree before it could escape into a Carolina bay, otherwise known by its Native American word, "pocosin," meaning "swamp on a hill." These jungles of bay trees and shrubs, pond pines and briar-studded vines present hunters and dogs with some of the thickest vegetation on Earth.
Carolina bay wetlands: unique habitats of the southeastern United States.
The simple techniques examined in this study can be used to enhance the potential of bay scallop populations to recover from low abundances, and were applied successfully to enhance North Carolina bay scallops during the two years of this project.
Even though the rolled products have proven their value in erosion prevention and control, potential problems associated with their use were discovered on a project implemented to restore Carolina bay depressional wetlands in South Carolina.
I am standing at the edge of a wetland ecosystem called a Carolina bay, one of the great mysteries of the natural world and an irreplaceable oasis for wildlife.
In Georgia, NRCS used these funds to complete the Roundabout Swamp project by enrolling 270 acres of the Carolina Bay to help restore and protect the entire bay ecosystem to historic hydrology and vegetation.
The TideWater 22OO Carolina Bay 22-footer has a transom deadrise of 15 degrees and more-than-you'd-expect bow flare, for a smooth, dry ride.
Ellenton Bay is an isolated freshwater wetland located on the Department of Energy's Savannah River Site (SRS) in the Upper Coastal Plain of South Carolina, USA, and is a typical Carolina bay (see descriptions in Sharitz and Gibbons, 1982; Sharitz, 2003).
Brad Peterson and Tina Moore for their contributions of time and effort in obtaining Long Island and North Carolina bay scallops (respectively) for us.

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