salt marsh

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low-lying wet land that is frequently flooded with saltwater

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Spider community structure in an intertidal salt marsh: differences along an elevational gradient.
Site (site MM1 and site MM2), habitat type (subtidal sand bottom, low-intertidal flat, mid-intertidal flat, and intertidal salt marsh edge), and season (summer and fall) were considered fixed factors in the ANOVAs.
A network of ponds that formed in the past 50 years in about a 1-hectare (ha) area of intertidal salt marsh was examined along the Rowley River of the Plum Island Sound estuary in northeastern Massachusetts (4).
Spider (Araneae) community structure in an intertidal salt marsh: effects of vegetation structure and tidal flooding.
Impact of cutting and sheep-grazing on ground-active spiders and ground beetles in some intertidal salt marshes (Western France).
Both cordgrass species are limited to intertidal salt marshes and are native to only the New World (Mobberley 1956).
Spatially heterogeneous refugia and predation risk in intertidal salt marshes. Oikos 96:119-129.