marshland : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  low-lying wet land with grassy vegetation; usually is a transition zone between land and water
    thousands of acres of marshland

  • In the more rural region of Maysan province, where a wide stretch of marshland border creates a difficult environment for Iraqi troops to operate, some officials say drug .
  • Much of the world's fish supply is already troubled due to overfishing, dying reefs and the disappearance of marshland, mangrove forests and other coastal environments that serve .
  • Status-conscious Lagosians are overbuilding on vulnerable coastal marshland .
News & Articles

  • Homeowners Claim Coastal Land Worthless
    A group of homeowners in Savannah's Chatham County is fighting their property values based on a novel argument. They claim their waterfront property is worthless because of Georgia's protections on coastal marshland. Georgia law heavily regulates marshlands. There are exceptions. read more
    June 13, 2013 - Georgia Public Broadcasting

  • Bobby Jindal in ESPN
    You can hear the silence. It's obvious this marshland has been damaged,Jindal said. "You don't see bugs. You don't see the marine life you should see there. This is literally the Gulf's nursery. It's so important to our way of life to...
  • Guy Maddin in Jam! Showbiz
    Maddin, to prolonged applause, told the gathering that "our marshland mating ritual has been consummated in this moment."
  • Donald Strickland in
    It's already marshland,said Don Strickland, a spokesman for the state Department of Water Resources. "It'll get a little more marshy."

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