Fen

A type of wetland that accumulates peat deposits. Fens are less acidic than bogs, deriving most of their water from groundwater rich in calcium and magnesium. (See wetlands.)
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fen

A type of wetland that accumulates peat deposits; they are less acidic than bogs, deriving most of their water from groundwater rich in calcium and magnesium.
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fen

[n] - 100 fen equal 1 yuan
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Fen

Fen noun [ Anglo-Saxon fen , fenn , marsh, mud, dirt; akin to Dutch veen , OFries. fenne , fene , Old High German fenna , German fenn , Icelandic fen , Goth. fani mud.] Low land overflowed, or covered wholly or partially with water, but...
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fen

<ecology> Low land covered wholly or partially with water but producing sedge, coarse grasses, or other aquatic plants, boggy land, a moor or marsh, plant community on alkaline, neutral, or slightly acid peat. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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fen

noun 100 fen equal 1 yuan in China
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Fen

• (n.) Low land overflowed, or covered wholly or partially with water, but producing sedge, coarse grasses, or other aquatic plants; boggy land; moor; marsh.
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fen

type of bog (q.v.), especially a low-lying area, wholly or partly covered with water and dominated by grasslike plants, grasses, sedges, and reeds. ... [3 related articles]
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Fen

[name] Fen may be either a Chinese female given name or family name. As a given name, it is represented in simplified Chinese as 芬. Fen may also be a surname in countries other than China, such as Uzbekistan where it is represented in Cyrilic as Фен. Fen or Fenna is also an unrelated Frisian name. ==Fen as a given name== Fen is also a ...
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Fen

[disambiguation] A fen is a type of wetland. Fen(s) or FEN(S) may also refer to: ==Places== ==Acronyms== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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Fen

A habitat composed of woodland and swamp.
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FEN

A wetland with an alkaline pH, often fed by groundwater seeps or springs, and occurring on calcareous substrates.
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Fen

Fen (fŭn) , river, 375 mi (604 km) long, rising in the Wutai Mts. and flowing southwest, through a narrow valley, to the Huang He, Shanxi prov., N central China; navigable for small junks only in its lower course. The wide and fertile lower Fen valley has been irrigated since ancient times; wh...
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Fen

A fen is a marsh or stretch of wet boggy land often containing extensive pools. The soil of fen lands is generally black and rich to a depth of almost one metre, and with proper management in the matter of draining they will produce heavy crops of grass and corn.
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FEN

First Eastern National
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fen

marsh
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Fen

A low, marshy or flooded area of land.
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Fen

A fen is one of the four main types of wetland, the others being grassy marshes, forested swamps, and peaty bogs. Along with bogs, fens are a kind of mire. Fens are usually fed by mineral-rich surface water or groundwater. They are characterised by their water chemistry, which is pH neutral or alkaline, with relatively high dissolved mineral level...
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Fen

smallest denomination of the yuan. There are 100 fen to the yuan. Read more about Chinese currency
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fen

a wetland fed by surface and/or groundwater usually possessing alkaline or neutral water chemistry especially if it contains a limestone base
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fen

in a broad sense, wetlands that are predominately supported by groundwater discharge; fens can be segregated by soil chemistry, water chemistry, and vegetation, e.g., calcareous fens.
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fen

Flat, low-lying, marshy ground.
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Fen

Marshes and wetlands sited on alkaline, neutral or only very slightly acid soil, often but not always beside lakes
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Fen

Low-lying, wet land with grassy vegetation; usually a flat, transitional area between land and water.
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Fen

smallest denomination of the yuan. There are 100 fen to the yuan. Read more about Chinese currency
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