wetland

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n wetland a low area where the land is saturated with water
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Usage


In news:

George Porter on the Meters, Galactic and the Voice of the Wetlands.
Some Pennsylvania landowners may want to learn from a Beaver County man's mistake: Contact the Department of Environmental Protection before disturbing a wetland, creek or stream.
Biologist Bill Mitsch spent career at Ohio State creating world-class wetlands.
Participants will be able to see how this constructed wetland benefits wildlife and people, according to organizers.
The Wisconsin Wetlands Association will hold a "Frogs of the Bog Evening Walk" at Cedarburg Bog Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m.
File photo) Wetlands, including the Bald Eagle Reservoir in Woodland in the Franklin Parker Preserve in 2005.
The new restrictions are not limited to shorelines, but also extend buffers around "streams" and wetlands, and will enable the county to regulate almost everything we do in areas of our land declared to be " buffers .
Inland Wetlands unanimously OKs Kimball's 4-lot subdivision that includes the historic Castle .
Why do we have wetlands in Michigan.
What threatens wetlands and what can we do about it.
(AP) — The Virginia Institute of Marine Science has received a nearly $1 million federal grant to develop tools to protect wetlands that keep pollutants from entering the Chesapeake Bay .
CORPUS CHRISTI — Bill and Linda Cameron love the scenic drive to their Rockport area waterfront home along coastal wetlands.
Many of these clubs are working together and with conservation agencies to help manage the wetlands.
A new habitat practice that enrolls croplands, wetlands, existing grass or expired Conservation Reserve Program acres into CRP is available to landowners.
Wetland disturbance in Marshall nets $137,000 penalty.
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