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marsh

an area of wet or periodically wet land where the soils are not peaty.

marsh

pertaining to or emanating from swamplands, marshes and bogs. Archetypal denizens are leeches, mangroves, baying hounds and bunyips.

marsh arrowgrass
triglochinmaritima.
marsh buck
marsh hawk
medium-sized, 20 inches long, gray to brown raptor bird with a distinctive white rump during flight. Called also hen harrier, Circus cyaneus.
marsh horsetail
equisetumpalustre.
marsh marigold
marsh ragwort
senecioaquaticus.
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Ohrid Mayor Nikola Bakraceski says that if there is any chance of revitalizing the former Studencista marshland, funding will be provided to create a protected zone which will also be attractive and will fit in well with the coastline.
He said the group will be tasked to plant around 10,000 propagules per hectare at the marshland, where they will be paid P3 per propagule planted.
The marshland we have restored will hold water for days.
The flames caused massive damage across a swathe of marshland, charring the natural habitat of many birds.
The relationship of birds with these lakes is whenever the temperature drops in the cold regions; these birds migrate to marshlands in India and settle here because they find optimum temperature here.
The study should be done immediately to help local government officials plan a strategy to protect the lives of residents near the Agusan marshland at the end of the Agusan River near Agusan del Sur, Mayor Edwin "Cox" Elorde of Bunawan town told the Philippine News Agency (PNA).
Six weeks after the catastrophe began, oil giant BP PLC is trying to find at least a temporary fix to the spewing well underneath the Gulf that's fouling beaches, wildlife and marshland.
The 200-acre estate has a range of habitats including ancient woodland, wetland, marshland and a river, while a 300-acre farm has been converted into a "farming for wildlife" enterprise.
A public exhibition for the proposed Marshland Wind Farm in the Fens was cancelled earlier this month because of threats of violence.
Dungeness and Romney Marsh; barrier dynamics and marshland evolution.
Three hundred Iraqis have also been trained to help ensure that the marshland is managed sustainably in the future.
This is the second volume reporting on the archaeological investigations of the Haddenham project, which conducted landscape surveys at four sites north of Cambridge (UK) from 1981-1987, documenting shifting human settlement and land use patterns as Neolithic woodland transformed into Romano-British marshland.