Examples of marshland in a Sentence
one hundred acres of marshland
grasses, sedges, and rushes are the plant species most commonly found in marshlands
Recent Examples of marshland from the Web
In the past 100 years, Kirwan said, 100,000 acres of forest in the Chesapeake Bay has converted to marshland.
A fast-moving plague of foreign insects is decimating marshlands that bind the fragile lower Mississippi River Delta.
The old pub hunkered down in its unphotogenic car park surrounded by marshland, and with the Thames Estuary hidden behind a sea wall.
There are plans to replace the dam, but for now the lake has reverted to marshland surrounding the river.
The effort comes as Pacific Beach community leaders continue to lobby for the course to be shrunk or eliminated, and environmental groups pressure the city to designate more acres in Mission Bay for marshland restoration.
Between 1992 and 2010, Harris County lost almost 30 percent of its freshwater marshland.
Another of those jihadist friends, a group that has explicitly pledged loyalty to the Islamic State, is fighting government and MILF forces in the marshlands near Datu Salibo.
Local golfers are rallying to save iconic Mission Bay Golf Course from being reconfigured, reduced to nine holes or eliminated altogether to make way for restored marshland, camping and recreational amenities.
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