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
The southern part of the parish contains about 60,000 square miles of marshland, where several nuisance and medically important species breed.
Negron’s complaint points to Polk County Property Appraiser records, which list the property as smaller than what Avatar claims — 352 acres — including marshlands and flood zones.
The land includes a 1.5-mile-long stretch of wild, non-swimming beach, with rare dune plants, marshland and mature oak bluff.
Concerns about the rapid die-off of roseau cane in lower Mississippi River Delta marshland has spread from scientists to local business leaders.
Marshland boosts water quality, restores habitats, filters carbon dioxide from the air and can act as a sponge to mitigate rising sea levels.
Schwartz said that was the only way to come close to meeting the long-term goal of the Mission Bay Park Master Plan for 120 acres of marshland.
Traditionally, researchers have mapped wetland plants using satellite imagery, by using photos taken from a plane or by walking though marshland with a GPS.
Lower-income neighborhoods and industrial zones grew over former marshlands near bays and rivers, where swampy smells are strongest and where flooding occurs most frequently.
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First Known Use of marshland
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Definition of marshland for English Language Learners
: an area of soft and wet land
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