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see swampswamp,
shallow body of water in a low-lying, poorly drained depression, usually containing abundant plant growth dominated by trees, such as cypress, and high shrubs. Swamps develop in moist climates, generally in such places as low-lying coastal plains, floodplains of rivers,
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marsh

[märsh]
(ecology)
A transitional land-water area, covered at least part of the time by estuarine or coastal waters, and characterized by aquatic and grasslike vegetation, especially without peatlike accumulation.

marsh

low poorly drained land that is sometimes flooded and often lies at the edge of lakes, streams, etc.

Marsh

1. Dame (Edith) Ngaio . 1899--1981, New Zealand crime writer, living in Britain (from 1928). Her many detective novels include Final Curtain (1947) and Last Ditch (1977)
2. Rodney (William). born 1947, Australian cricketer. He finished his career with a world record of 355 Test match dismissals
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Zamboanga City - The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) allocated some P18 million to the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) here for the rehabilitation and reforestation of at least 1,800 hectares of marshlands at the coastal areas in this city.
Around eight inches of old peat was scraped from nine acres of marshland and used to block a large ditch bordering the site.
Lolong, the 20-foot long crocodile that was captured alive in the Agusan marshland, last week, is "not alone", said Elorde.
The proposal is for 19 wind turbines, each with 3MW capacity, on land adjoining the village of Marshland St James, Cambridgeshire.
Two major studies--the Rye Area Project and the Dungeness Foreland Project--track the ancient changes to these former shorelines and marshland in the late Holocene, in part through radiocarbon dating.
Damage to the marshlands, which, during the 1970s covered 20,000 square kilometres, was first highlighted in 2001, when the UNEP released satellite images showing that 90 per cent of their total area had been lost, drained by Saddam Hussein to punish the region's Shiite Muslims for acts of rebellion.
The strain was found in a wild bird in marshland outside the northern city of Vitoria.
7 miles of marshland reduces a hurricane surge tide by a foot, dispersing the storm's power.
When fully completed in 2012, the park will offer rolling hills, civic plazas, a bicycle path, restored marshland, 2 large playing fields for soccer, field hockey, softball, cricket and football, six basketball courts, 10 handball courts, two volleyball courts, an in-line hockey rink, three tennis courts, three playgrounds and open lawns for lounging.
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The percentage of Iraqi marshland that can be restored depends on how much fresh water can be diverted into the marshes.
Species that nested within the marshland habitat include red-winged blackbird, tricolored blackbird, common yellowthroat, and song sparrow, the report said.