marsh grass


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marsh grass

A type of grass typically found in wetlands. Luckily, I saw the snake slithering toward us through the marsh grass before it was too late!
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shrimp under the boat dock and close to the flooded creek mouth and marsh grass is key in hooking these creekmouth redfish.
I then heard another splash when the creature left the creek, followed by swishing sounds as the beast walked through the tall marsh grass crusted with frost.
Significant renewable energy can be produced from organic matter that is otherwise considered waste in the form of clean bioelectricity.A less mediator plant microbial fuel cell designed for comparative analysis,power density of two different electrodes; Nickel and Graphite and tested using different local salt marsh grass species Sporobolasarabicus and Cynodondactylon.
Ecological adaptation of salt marsh grass, Distichlis spicata (Gramineae), and environmental factors affecting its growth and distribution.
Results of statistical analysis showed that abundance of elephant feces at four types of communities (sub-habitat) in Padang Sugihan sanctuary (community of marsh grass permanently waterlogged excluded because of no elephant feces founded), was significantly different (Sig < 0.05).
On a bright morning recently, Dilks sat at the front of an airboat, the screamingly loud, fan-propelled craft that can glide along the brackish water or hop up on the land to slide over marsh grass. Airboats are needed in this place, where the land and water form a blended patchwork.
Summary: Anyone walking through the main entrance of the Madinat Jumeira conference center nowadays must run a gauntlet of thigh-high marsh grass.
macgillivraii) constructed a nest of dead marsh grass with adhering sticky mud.
With it was a - what was it - a clod of marsh grass? the roots of a dead tree?
I had spent nearly 20 hours in the dark riding around in an abyss of marsh grass, and for something many find to be a slam dunk.
A few minutes earlier and he would have seen us and submerged; a few seconds later and he would have been hidden by the 12-foot tall marsh grass. As he slunk into the cover, we decided a closer look was in order.
Nearby, a toddler-aged wetland seeded with marsh grass completes the ecosystem, its thousands of inhabitants unaware their home is a manmade creation dredged from the Houston Ship Channel." - Federal officials see Texas wetland restoration work as possible model for other Gulf areas, Associated Press
Crossing Lake Borgne and passing crab buoys, shrimp boats dragging nets, and freighters on Lake Pontchartrain, the tall marsh grass materializes in the distance.
She was only one among many in the disaster relief group who spent five weeks working 12- to 13-hour days in the Louisiana heat, wiping oil off individual blades of marsh grass with cloth diapers and planting 86,000 marsh plants - enough for 37 square acres of new marshland - in Lake Pontchartrain.
In the end, a glass-walled pavilion capped by a tree trunk by Kyle May and Scott Abrahams (pictured) and Bittertang's inflated vinyl bubble topped by aromatic eucalyptus all lost out to Babak Bryan and Henry Grosman's clever manipulation of the rules: a broken sphere of plywood, marsh grass and twine, resembling a flower bud as its spiky petals begin to open.