Examples of marsh in a Sentence
a wide expanse of marsh
the marshes along the coast support a remarkable profusion of plants and animals
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That could be destructive at Georgia’s Tybee Island on the Atlantic coast and for those living along marshes in the Savannah area.
Davis, a wetland ecologist with the Everglades Foundation, has been part of a push to restore millions of acres of marsh grasses and mangroves to their natural state.
The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore extends along 15 miles of the shoreline of Lake Michigan, along with 15,000 acres of beach, woods, marshes and prairie in Northwest Indiana.
Over the past few decades, many square miles of marshes have been paved over in the Houston area.
The park preserves a 10-mile section of these marshes, which once stretched all along Florida’s southeast coast.
Over the next several days, police discovered the bodies of three other young women, all wrapped in burlap and placed within about 500 feet of one another, buried in the marsh on Gilgo Beach.
Other ideas include erecting breakwaters around Staten Island that would double as oyster beds, and reconfiguring the Meadowlands, the polluted wetlands of urban New Jersey, with berms and marshes.
Inland, butterflies, dragonflies and mosquitoes flit or swarm at arm’s length in wild woods, thickets and sawgrass marshes.
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