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Synonyms for marsh

Synonyms for marsh

a usually low-lying area of soft waterlogged ground and standing water

Synonyms for marsh

low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation

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has hunted ducks and caught redfish and speckled trout in the coastal marsh for decades.
Loyola University will receive a $500,000 grant for a project targeting invasive plants from 355 acres of ecologically critical coastal marsh and meadow in the Lake Huron watershed.
Thousands of hectares of coastal marsh habitat are burned on refuges and private lands each year (Mitchell et al.
Tank figured things out for himself, whether in a barley field in Canada or southern Louisiana's coastal marsh.
Three schoolboy pals were drowned after deadly tides swept them away on a coastal marsh.
Little is known of the excellent hunting found on Jersey's endless miles of coastal marsh, virtually all of which is open to the public.
This huge unit is over 14,000 acres bordered on the west by the Econfina River and on the south by the Big Bend Aquatic Preserve which includes approximately 7 miles of coastal marsh.
ONE of the best fishing grounds in the world, this coastal marsh should be teeming with new life.
The state is losing about 100 acres of coastal marsh each day and has lost more than a million acres since the turn of the century.
Population ecology of the rice rat (Oryzomys palustris) in a coastal marsh.
Katrina and Rita converted a 118-mile-long stretch of coastal marsh into open water, moving the Gulf of Mexico closer to New Orleans.
These include waste disposal from intensive production sites, the introduction of non-native species, and the destruction of coastal marsh areas for the development of new production areas.
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