The Black Shore

Driven by a psychic call she cannot ignore, Kes must conquer her own fears to discover the terrifying secret lurking beyond the black shore.

The Black Shore

After weeks of lonely journeys through a desolate region fo the Delta Quadrant, the crew of Voyager is badly in need of shore leave, so the planet Ryolanov seems just what the doctor ordered. Full of warm sunlight and gracious, hospitable people, Ryolanov is a veritable oasis amidst the endless reaches of uncharted space. Alerted by his spirit guide, Chakotay is the first to suspect that there may be a serpent lurking in this paradise, but he is not alone. Driven by a psychic call she cannot ignore, Kes must conquer her own fears to discover the terrifying secret lurking beyond the black shore.

Upon these Shores

The seven retreats they organized provided a safe space for black feminists throughout the country to interact. As important was their breaking the silence about homophobia within the black community and providing opportunities for ...

Upon these Shores

This one-volume, comprehensive overview of African American history brings together original essays by some of the foremost authorities in the field. Arranged both thematically and chronologically, these papers discuss a wide range of topics - from the Middle Passage to the Civil Rights Movement; from abolition to the Great Migration; from issues in religion, class and family to literature, education and politics.

Freedom s Distant Shores

The Reverend Dr. Calvin B. Marshall, another NCNC founder, states that black church people “found ourselves in a vacuum” and thus formed the Committee. The turbulence in the black community had caused black church people to choose ...

Freedom s Distant Shores

This volume examines relations between U.S. Protestants and Africa since the end of colonial rule. It draws attention to shifting ecclesiastical and socio-political priorities, especially the decreased momentum of social justice advocacy and the growing missionary influence of churches emphasizing spiritual revival and personal prosperity. The book provides a thought-provoking assessment of U.S. Protestant involvements with Africa, and it proposes forms of engagement that build upon ecclesiastical dynamism within American and African contexts.

Life Histories of North American Shore Birds

HIMANTOPUS MEXICANUS ( Müller ) BLACK - NECKED STILT HABITS Although I first met the black - necked stilt in the Florida Keys in 1903 , it was not until I visited the irrigated regions of the San Joaquin Valley in California in 1914 ...

Life Histories of North American Shore Birds


Rocky Shores

When they awoke the next morning they were horrified to see a universal black band at the top of every rocky shore in the vicinity. The immediate and hopelessly uninformed assumption was that this was oil; the breakfast room was awash ...

Rocky Shores

Rocky Shores explores the species, communities and landscape of the narrow strip of land surrounding much of the British Isles. While it may be limited in extent, this habitat is incredibly biodiverse, and this insightful book details all the patterns of marine life that might be encountered on sheltered and exposed shores, from the inhospitable splash zone to the repeatedly submerged lower shore, and everything in between. Comprehensive chapters accompanied by exceptional photographs cover various members of the rocky-shore community in turn: striking lichens that colourfully adorn the rocks; seaweeds that have sustained human settlements for millennia; mysterious and often spectacular worms and their relatives; molluscs with variously configured shells; spiny-skinned echinoderms that move using tube feet; arthropods that range from tiny marine insects to heavy-clawed crabs; and microscopic species that drift around at the mercy of the tides. Rock pools provide pockets of diversity dotted across the shore, while the strandline at the high-tide mark supports a unique assemblage of microbes and invertebrates that attracts a variety of birds and mammals. For anyone with a love of the shore – from the occasional rockpooler to avid naturalists – this book is a must for your collection.

On the Shores of the Unknown

8.5.5 Observing black holes At the moment when mini - black holes completely evaporated , they would produce bursts of particles and photons lasting less than a millisecond . Bursts of gamma rays have been detected : their origin is ...

On the Shores of the Unknown

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The Black Gulf

He wandered stumbling over the island , searching for dry branches and pieces of plank thrown up on to the shore . The sea was deserted . ... Who should come to these dead black shores , where was nothing but sand and bitter salt ?

The Black Gulf


The Biology of Rocky Shores

This picture can be contrasted with that for semi - exposed shores ( grades 4-5 ) . These shores are similar to ... There is a substantial littoral fringe at the top of the shore , obvious because of the black lichen Verrucaria maura ...

The Biology of Rocky Shores

This is an introduction to the study of marine rocky shores in the temperate zone. It is designed to encourage students and others to couple enormous intellectual rewards with the pleasure of working in some of the last easily accessible but relatively unspoilt places, and can be used as abasis for field courses, project work, or for lectures. Centred in North-West Europe, but using examples from all over the world, the book begins by considering the physical factors that characterize the habitat - primarily tides and waves - and goes on to assess how they influence the organisms that live within it. It describes how the behaviour andphysiology of individuals belonging to the major groups - algae, grazers, suspension feeders, and predators - are affected by their habitat, how their communities are structured, and discusses theories of community organization. For field courses, it suggests experiments and observations that can becarried out on the shore or in nearby laboratories. Finally, problems of pollution and conservation are considered in the context of their effects upon biodiversity.

Monographs of the United States Geological Survey

In 1875 a granite monument , graduated to feet and inches , was erected by Dr. John R. Park , of Salt Lake City , at Black Rock on the southern shore of the lake , and upon this observations were made at intervals until October 9th ...

Monographs of the United States Geological Survey


Central Artery I 93 Third Harbor Tunnel I 90 Project Boston Massachusetts Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement Report EOEA 4325

The on-shore test pits did not reveal a black refuse layer as on the eastern shoreline ice this was the portion of the original island where the sand bar connected the northern and uthern drumlins; such a result is not unexpected.

Central Artery  I 93  Third Harbor Tunnel  I 90  Project Boston  Massachusetts Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement  Report EOEA  4325


Annual Report Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota

ion group ) in its extension toward the " narrows " I sent back Mr. F. N. Stacy , with one man , to make special search for it , and for its manner of disappearance , with directions to make excursions north from the north shore of ...

Annual Report   Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota


Ships and Shipwrecks of the Au Sable Shores Region of Western Lake Huron

Black claims to have been working at the East Tawas Water Works at the time. According to the letter, Renalds was a diver and brought two tugs to Tawas Bay in an effort to locate the lost vessel (in fact, Renalds was seeking the ore ...

Ships and Shipwrecks of the Au Sable Shores Region of Western Lake Huron


Harper s New Monthly Magazine

... but at least I would not watched the yellow lamp move slowly out think of squandering your little fortune . from the black shore , they heard this proud No , no ; but I thank you all the same , Janet ; and joyous march that Donald ...

Harper s New Monthly Magazine


Macleod of Dare

A Novel ; in Two Volumes William II Black. the sea , and sent a flash of white fire down into the deeps . " Donald , " Hamish had said to him , on the shore , " when you are going out to the steamer , it is the 79th's Farewell to ...

Macleod of Dare


Sunrise

William Black. who stood waiting on the pier , having carried down his master's portmanteau . ... and as they watched the yellow lamp move slowly out from the black shore , they heard this proud and joyous march that Donald was playing ...

Sunrise


Annual Report

The Fayerweather's Island Black Bank and Sea Side Park Bed . ... which point is 700 feet south of the south line of Black Rock Avenue , so called ; thence running north 54 ° 0 ' east , 335 feet to a point on the shore 250 feet west of ...

Annual Report


Good Words and Sunday Magazine

long way off yet , ” said Janet Macleod ; but She went swiftly up to Castle Dare again , the mother did not speak . and he walked on towards the shore . By- Out there , on the dark and moving waters , and - by he reached a small stone ...

Good Words and Sunday Magazine


Te Ika a Maui Or New Zealand and Its Inhabitants

The torea , ( hoematopus picatus , ) a black shore bird with red legs and bill . C. obscurus ; C. frontalis . The karoro , a black and white shore gull , seizes the shell fish it preys on , carries it up in the air , and then drops it ...

Te Ika a Maui  Or  New Zealand and Its Inhabitants


The Vermont Historical Gazetteer Franklin Grand Isle Lamoille and Orange counties Including also the natural history of Chittenden County and index to volume 1

On Tuesday they proceeded along the easterly shore of North Hero , after passing which , and when opposite Middle Hero , a man upon the shore waved his handkerchief . They came to , and were informed by him that the Black Snake had gone ...

The Vermont Historical Gazetteer  Franklin  Grand Isle  Lamoille and Orange counties  Including also the natural history of Chittenden County and index to volume 1


The Chautauquan

At all events the race common there , but the veritable black right whale . “ Nan- survived , and from the fact that it is not yet hunted systemtucket first sent boats from shore in the same year , and in atically it seems now to appear ...

The Chautauquan