Examples of wetland in a Sentence
the conservation board has not always been rigorous in protecting the wetlands from development
Recent Examples of wetland from the Web
Fire ants are native to South America and adapted to surviving in flood plains in the wetlands of Brazil.
Some 20 trillion gallons of water are pouring onto the urban plain, where developers have paved over the wetlands that would drain the water.
The samples painted a picture of emissions released not from the ocean floor but from known sources in tropical wetlands.
In addition to the renovated playground, the park includes a ball field, multiuse trail, sled hill, basketball courts, an open field, a wetland area and a parking lot.
Initial landscaping has been done but additional landscaping has been planned, according to the village. Incorporating wetland mitigation and preservation into the master plan is among the village's goals, as is improving stormwater drainage.
The tree thrives in wetland environments, but is not limited to them.
But over the coming decades these fragile wetlands are to be transformed into an enormous satellite city for China’s overcrowded capital.
Porterco Conservation Trust is taking the wetland, and former garbage dump, and restoring it as a shorebird sanctuary.
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Definition of wetland for English Language Learners
: an area of land (such as a marsh or swamp) that is covered with shallow water
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