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Discover Tidal Marsh

Tidal Marsh Discovered!

Tidal Marsh Technical Terms

Tidal Marsh: An extensive, nearly level marsh bordering a coast (as in a shallow lagoon, sheltered bay or estuary) and regularly inundated by high tides; formed mostly of unconsolidated sediments (e.g. clays, silts, and/or sands and organic materials), and the resistant root mat of salt tolerant plants; a marshy tidal flat. Compare – tidal flat. SW & GG

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