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marsh

an area of wet or periodically wet land where the soils are not peaty.
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Sixty acres of marshland have been restored to provide breeding, nesting, and feeding grounds for more than 45 species of waterfowl, songbirds, and furbearers.
There are some 1,600 acres of wetlands here, and the fresh-water parcels abut restored salt-water marshland. The marsh borders San Francisco Bay along the Hayward shore, running from the east end of the San Mateo bridge north to the San Leandro Marina.
Military officials said the marshland has become a flashpoint for Islamic State-inspired Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) activities, where the group reportedly plans their attacks on military and police installations in the two provinces.
Six bodies, suspected to be BIFF rebels, were fished out of the marshland at Barangay Inaladan, Shariff Saydona Mustapha, after the military operation.
The project will prevent the discharge of 19 billion gallons of treated sewage into the warm, shallow Western Bays each year, eliminating harmful nitrogen pollution to jump start the rejuvenation of vital marshlands that protect communities from waves and storm surge.
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.
* BUILT in 1853, on marshland below sea level, the Vulcan is one of Cardiff's oldest pubs and the oldest to keep its original name.
THE hands of a man whose body was found dumped in marshland were bound with a white shoelace, a court was told yesterday.
A member of the public discovered the 38-year-old's body in marshland at Coatham, near Redcar, on Saturday evening.
It would apply to all areas of public land and footpaths but exclude agricultural land and areas of woodland, moorland and marshland.
It's believed the animals have been driven towards the city by flooding in marshland north of Basra.