The White Horse

The White Horse

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Date: 1818/1819
Creator: Constable, John
Description: None
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Salisbury Cathedral from Lower Marsh Close

Salisbury Cathedral from Lower Marsh Close

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Date: 1820
Creator: Constable, John
Description: None
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Dell at Helmingham Park

Dell at Helmingham Park

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Date: 1825/1833
Creator: Constable, John
Description: Heavily wooded scene with a small bridge over a creek or a ravine.
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The Stour

The Stour

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Date: 1810
Creator: Constable, John
Description: The small square painting depicts the Stour river with some trees on the far side, deep shadows on the water and a pinkish sky.
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Road to the Spaniards, Hampstead

Road to the Spaniards, Hampstead

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Date: 1822
Creator: Constable, John
Description: A dirt road travels into the distance from the foreground and the sky is full of large clouds. There are some very small figures in the distance as well as some buildings.
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Climate change and wetland processes in the Southwest United States: Response of riparian communities to rising CO{sub 2} levels. Final report

Climate change and wetland processes in the Southwest United States: Response of riparian communities to rising CO{sub 2} levels. Final report

Date: July 1, 1998
Creator: Hoylman, Anne M.; Peterson, Andrew; Constable, John V.H.; Picone, John B. & Ball, J. Timothy
Description: The current impact of Salt Cedar on the riparian areas of the southwestern US are recognized as being negative. If atmospheric levels of CO{sub 2} continue to rise--as seems likely--the results of this study indicate that the Salt Cedar--Cottonwood competitive interaction maybe moved further in the direction of favoring Salt Cedar. Further study confirming these results and elucidating the basis for competitive resource use by Salt Cedar and other riparian species would be prudent.
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