A wetland is an area that is flooded or saturated with surface or groundwater, whose frequency or duration is sufficient to support it, and whose vegetation is typically adapted to life in saturated soils.
A wetland is an area where stagnant water covers the ground or where the soil is very humid and is usually classified by soil and plant life.
A wetland is an area where the soil is covered with water and where water is present for different periods, including during the growing season.
Different types of wetlands can have different plant species: freshwater wetlands have a variety of plant species, and wetlands can have different plant communities, with species adapted to an area.
However, saturated soil conditions are available to support the plant - the adaptation of wetlands and the development of hydric soil properties.
However, some will negatively affect the ability of a wetland landscape to restore itself to its natural states, such as wetlands, rivers, streams, lakes, and rivers.
Improvements can improve existing wetlands, such as seasonal wetlands that are flooded to use waterfowl, and projects to enhance wetlands.
In developed areas, wetlands can absorb large amounts of water, as in the case of tropical rainforests and tropical forests.
Mangrove forests are often located in tidal areas, which are often flooded with saltwater.
More specifically, wetlands are areas with high water concentrations, such as wetlands, rivers, streams, lakes, and rivers.
Other classification systems are more consistently based on how people use wetlands, such as the US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) classification system.
Other spring-like types of wetlands are formed in areas with unusual topography or soil stratification and are very difficult to replace when the soil is levelled for development.
Some wetlands are dry for most of the year, others are almost always covered by several meters of water, and still, other wetlands can rarely be flooded.
Some wetlands maintain groundwater even in dry periods, so they help to keep the flow of nearby rivers and streams.
Swamp wetlands are flooded with saltwater and disappear, while wetlands and plants can inhabit the higher ground.
The function of wetlands defines the physical, chemical, and biological processes and attributes that are crucial to the integrity of a wetland system.
These classifications range from optional plants, which occur equally in wetlands and non-wetlands, to FACS (obligatory wetlands, which generally happen in wetlands) and obligates (highland plants, which are rarely found in wetlands).
These giant reptiles often spend the rainy season in freshwater swamps and rivers and migrate to saltwater swamps during the dry season.
These wetlands are discharge areas and help to maintain water quality by filtering out excess nutrients, sediments, and pollutants.
Trees and other stable vegetation can often be supported by slow-flowing water such as grasses and shrubs, as well as by trees and plants.
Wetlands are the areas of the world where the soil is covered with water, but not in the same way as in other areas.
Wetlands have areas large enough to host a wide range of species, some of which can adapt to humid conditions, such as grasses, shrubs, and trees.
Wetlands such as tidal marshes fit the definition of a transition zone that occurs where open water meets land.
Wetlands that do not correspond to tides are designated as transition zones that occur in areas that are not directly affected by coastal waters and are designated by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Wetlands that feed on groundwater are increasing and decreasing, and wetlands that feed on groundwater are increasing and enlarging, while wetlands that feed on surface waters from lakes, rivers, are growing.
Wetlands that feed on surface water from lakes and rivers would shrink with the drier climate, but they would expand as wet conditions enlarge.
Wetlands, which sometimes appear dry for large parts of the year, often provide habitats for wildlife that have adapted exclusively to these areas.


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