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salt marsh

a community of salt-tolerant plants growing on intertidal mud in brackish conditions in sheltered estuaries and bays.
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There were about 40 man hours put into four dishes including Welsh saltmarsh lamb and oysters.
The current projections of an atmospheric temperature rise of up to 3[degrees]C by 2050, as well as rising sea levels, means that we can expect to see changes to soil depth and salinity of saltmarsh and, consequently, vegetation composition (Yirka 2012; Bellafiore et al.
Saltmarsh said those in Albania represented 90 percent of the Mojahedin members relocated by the UNHCR.
Follow the path as it bends left, now walking inland with a fence on the left and saltmarsh to the right.
As a leading example, SLCE clearly--if often only implicitly--has linkages with an increasingly diverse campus community and the interests of incoming students, staff, and faculty in teaching and scholarship that help to advance social justice (for further discussion of this example, see Cantor & Englot, 2014; Sturm, Eatman, Saltmarsh, & Bush, 2011).
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In place of the land traditionally used for livestock, they are hoping to create 39 hectares (almost 100 acres) of intertidal saltmarsh habitat to provide a sustainable habitat for birds and wildlife.
The site will develop into an area of mudflat and saltmarsh which will be internationally important for many species of native and migrant birds, while maintaining the level of flood protection to the surrounding area.
In their 2012 Camping Magazine article, "Make a Commitment," Karla Henderson and Amy Saltmarsh report that "campers [are] more likely to be active if their peers AND their counselors also [are active].
Prosecutors say Triston Saltmarsh was a foot soldier in a blackmail scam designed to con the owners of small businesses out of thousands of pounds.
The promotions are Polly Saltmarsh to vice president of member service, Tina Cabana to vice president of lending, and Katherine McFarland to vice president of compliance.
Hope Saltmarsh, RDH, MEd, is executive director of New Hampshire's Greater Derry Oral Health Collaborative Corporation (GDOHCC), a non-profit organization that operates two school-based oral health programs: Children's Dental Network and Salem Children's Dental Network.