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salt marsh

noun as in salt flat

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Among those salt marshes, blocked from the Atlantic by the peninsula of Revere Beach, is where Saulenas bought her house in 1975.

A new target under the proposed plan seeks to restore just under 700 acres of salt marsh, a choice the city is facing right now in Mission Bay at the Kendall Frost marsh.

The Coastal Trail runs along the Gulf Coast’s beaches, dunes, tidal flats, oyster bars, and salt marshes, fringed by pineland, scrub oak, and hardwood forests.

Biorock can also be used to restore other marine habitats such as seagrass and salt marshes, Goreau notes.

Ghost Hawk arose like a mist from the estuary salt-marsh on the South Shore where she built her island home.

There was a salt marsh which bounded part of the mill-pond, on the edge of which the boys used to stand to fish for minnows.

"Yes, but you said you'd help me," said the girl, walking steadily across the sand to the salt-marsh beyond.

In the marsh were tall waving feathery salt-marsh grasses, and little pools of murky water.

Now it must look out for itself, eat, grow fat and strong, and then dig its way out into the salt-marsh.

Three miles of causeway across the salt marsh brought us to the church and village of our Lady of Guadalupe Hidalgo.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to salt marsh, such as: alkali flat, badlands, and death valley.

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