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palustrine

[pə′ləs·trən]
(ecology)
Being, living, or thriving in a marsh.
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Only 5,771.25 ha (14,255 ac) of palustrine wetlands (temporary wetlands typically found in upper basin landscapes) remain, while 78% of the watershed has agricultural cover.
In this example, a parcel containing 350 gross acres is proposed for conversion into a bank of restored palustrine wetlands.
Quaternary palustrine limestone does contain abundant sepiolite instead of palygorskite (Kautz and Porada 1976; Mees 2002), at least in the south-western Kalahari.
The net change in palustrine wetlands was a decrease of 1 million acres (0.4 million hectares), but this loss partially offsets by net gains in acreage of other wetland types, especially lacustrine.
(2003): Palaeoenvironmental significance of palustrine carbonates and calcretes in the geological record.
Determination of crocodile status at Danau Sentarum is complicated by the system's unique hydrology, and by the fact that the taxonomy of palustrine crocodiles in the Indopacific region including Borneo (and specifically including the Danau Sentarum region) is unclear (Ross 1990; Cox et al.
Northeastern bulrush, Scirpus ancistrochaetus Schuyler, is a perennial emergent sedge (Schuyler, 1962) typically found in small, seasonal, palustrine wetlands which are frequently isolated in the landscape.
Prior to these alterations, the Grand Calumet was comprised of palustrine wetlands, a series of shallow pools connected by narrow flowages between pools (Moore 1959).
FWS Wetland National Wetland Circular 39 (6) Inventory Inventory (1) Open water Palustrine or lacustrine, Type 5: Inland open littoral; aquatic bed; fresh water submergent, floating, and floating-leaved Shallow marsh Palustrine; emergent; Type 3: Inland emergent/wet meadow fresh marsh Wet meadow Palustrine; emergent; Type 1: Seasonally broad-and narrow-leaved flooded basin or flat; persistent Type 2: Inland fresh meadow Wet woodland Palustrine; forested Type 8: Bog needle-leaved evergreen and deciduous; and broad-leaved evergreen Scrub/shrub Palustrine; forested Type 8: Bog wetland scrub/shrub Farmed wetland Not present Not present Creating the data base