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saltmarsh

[′sȯlt‚märsh]
(ecology)
A maritime habitat found in temperate regions, but typically associated with tropical and subtropical mangrove swamps, in which excess sodium chloride is the predominant environmental feature.
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semibaccata is currently the least abundant of the study species in the Jawbone Reserve and it is, in fact, rare in most saltmarsh systems Australia-wide, supporting the suggestion that salinity is more inhibiting than temperature (Boon et al.
This section is superb for bird watching with lagoons and saltmarsh on the left and mudflats on the right.
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However, crumbling sea defences and rising sea levels--as much as six millimetres a year--have persuaded the UK government and environmental authorities to return this stretch of land to its original state as a tidal saltmarsh.
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