marine marsh

marine marsh

[mə′rēn ′märsh]
(ecology)
A flat, savannalike land expanse at the edge of a sea; usually covered by water during high tide.
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MALLARD MARINE Marsh Rat offers hunters a stable, economical layout boat option that's tow-able, lightweight (68 pounds) and easy to paddle.
Lt Thornton and Marine Marsh died when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in March.
Marine Marsh, known as Dave, was from Sheffield, but had recently moved to Taunton, Somerset, with his wife, Claire, and young daughter, Molly.
Marine Marsh, known as Dave, was from Sheffield, but had recently moved to Taunton, Somerset with his wife, Claire, and young daughter, Molly.
Marine Marsh's wife Claire said: "He will always be our hero."
There were more individuals and more taxa in the brackish reference marsh than in the sewage outfall marsh, both of which had more individuals and taxa than the marine marsh. Greenwood Creek marsh had the highest nitrogen load of the three marshes, but the average salinity on the marsh was similar to the marine marsh.

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