marshland


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Synonyms for marshland

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

Synonyms for marshland

low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation

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Meanwhile, the Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (PAWB) will soon begin the baseline studies at the Agusan marshland, said PWAB Director Mundita Lim.
Before the 1930s and 40s when "Big Oil" began dredging the thousands of their canals that today crisscross the Mississippi River Delta, the coastal marshlands provided an almost 100-mile natural barrier between the Gulf of Mexico and the City of New Orleans.
The Mesopotamian Marshlands, considered by many to be the cradle of civilization, were largely drained by Saddam Hussein's regime.
Fitzpatrick returned in late February, ecstatic about his experiences, and with more than 70 marshland samples (50 kg in total)--many unique.
According to Nature Uganda, a local environmentalist group and a partner of BirdLife International, the Lutembe Bay marshland is a favorite destination for over 2 million migratory birds from Europe during winter.
Scores of coastguards searched coastal marshland for missing youngster Tom Loughlin yesterday.
The habitats, which are considered endangered in Minnesota, include 60 acres of marshland, 50 of native prairie, and 25 of oak savannah.
While new restrictions on water quality threaten to end the experiment and dry up this East Bay marsh, solutions are being studied to keep the marshland healthy.
Tenders are invited for Construction of the Gas Network COG / C Marshland - The Area Suchy Big Oak And Cedars.
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 President is furious the crippled well is continuing to foul beaches, wildlife and marshland six weeks after it exploded.
Farmers behind plans to develop the wind farm at Marshland St James in Norfolk said they were horrified after a 279ft (85m) tall anemometer being use to evaluate wind strength was felled when a steel rope was cut.
The borough of Brooklyn, now home to more than two million people, was once largely marshland, but the redesigning of this landscape for exclusive human use has resulted in the loss of valuable natural protection in times of flood," the chapter said.
Big Waters covers an area of almost 50 hectares, which includes a lake, stream, ponds, marshland, grassland and woodland and is popular for fishing, bird watching and nature studies.