Wetlands sentence examples

  • Many new wetlands have recently been re-created mainly by simply bunging up the drainage dikes or occasionally scraping areas.

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  • airboat rides are also available deep into the wetlands.

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  • Water pollution affects freshwater, ocean water and coastal regions as well as wetlands.

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  • Walks, hiking trails and jeep excursions enable visitors to explore marshes and wetlands, coastal dunes, isolated mountain peaks and Atlantic beaches.

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  • wetlands conserved and repaired.

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  • grassy glades to the wetlands, which are the main feature of the Torbay Road site.

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  • mangrove wetlands, to natural coral reefs and exotic wildlife, Antigua offers a wealth of attractions.

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  • Habitats such as rhos pasture, heaths, wetlands and bluebell woods remain part of the everyday local environment in many Valleys communities.

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  • The wetlands were dotted with a few species and individuals, but nothing in comparison to my visits to the prairie potholes farther west.

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  • Monitoring is being carried out every month in thirty waterbody sites including savanna and forest lakes, rivers and wetlands.

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  • singletons seen all along the coast and in most wetlands visited.

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  • Their extensive snowfields produce meltwaters that supply a network of alpine rivers, lakes and wetlands that are a source of the River Nile.

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  • steppe grasslands, but also a chain of wetlands of international importance.

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  • White storks are common in agricultural areas near wetlands.

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  • Sweeps of purple flowering heather and sweet scented gorse dominate the heathland whilst the wetlands harbor insect-eating sundews and rare marsh gentians.

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  • To ensure wetlands are not lost or destroyed, regulations stipulate that any wetland drained or filled in must be replaced in kind.

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  • A new section has been added showing the hazardous zones associated with " constructed wetlands " .

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  • Much of this biodiversity is due to the Amazon basin with its dense tropical rainforests and the Pantanal wetlands.

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  • Common Redshank Small numbers were seen on five dates on most coastal wetlands.

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  • Extreme Survivors Discover how plants survive extreme environments from deserts to tropical wetlands.

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  • To ensure that the new borehole provides a secure public water supply without damaging nearby wetlands.

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  • wetlands nature reserve.

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  • For freshwater wetlands, population pressure is one of the problems.

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  • mangrove wetlands provide a rich habitat for over 2,000 species of fish, shellfish, invertebrates and plants.

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  • Belted Kingfisher Ceryle alcyon Quite common and singletons seen all along the coast and in most wetlands visited.

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  • This is the Hortobágy, an ancient flood-plain that contains not only steppe grasslands, but also a chain of wetlands of international importance.

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  • Migration into undisturbed areas of airfields can be encouraged and ponds and wetlands conserved and repaired.

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  • A new section has been added showing the hazardous zones associated with " constructed wetlands ".

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  • Today 's visitors can use two spacious car parks adjacent to a wetlands nature reserve.

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  • Mangrove wetlands provide a rich habitat for over 2,000 species of fish, shellfish, invertebrates and plants.

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  • The immense heat that is given off by the water can also have a detrimental effect on the wetlands that are often planned around the reactor sites.

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  • Harvesting oil from deep in the ocean floor can lead to accidental spills that harm ocean life and wetlands.

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  • Nuclear reactors require enormous amounts of wetlands to surround them.

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  • Marine and aquatic life have suffered as a result of these poisonous chemicals contaminating ocean beds, wetlands and marshlands.

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  • Wetlands are transitional areas between deep water and drained uplands that provide home and shelter to fish, shellfish and migrating bird populations.

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  • In addition, wetlands are vital sources of navigation, industry and protection from flooding.

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  • The wetlands in the US are under threat from both natural and human sources.

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  • Increased development and industry have caused wetlands to either sink or be filled in for development.

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  • These wetlands and nearby waterways are responsible for an ample supply of seafood.

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  • The Wetlands Canine formula with roasted fowl contains roasted quail, duck and turkey.

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  • Cranberries thrive in wetlands and bogs; therefore, they need an ample supply of water.

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  • Cranberry plants are an excellent choice for this sort of garden improvement as they thrive in bogs and wetlands.

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  • The forest preserves of the Adirondacks are famous for its over 2000 miles of picturesque hiking trails where you can view lakes, waterfalls, forests, wetlands, streams and wildlife.

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  • The ti-kling birds are from the heron family, and have long, graceful legs that hold them above the marshy wetlands as they search for food.

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  • Growers harvest Lucky bamboo from boggy wetlands found in China, Thailand and other western countries.

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  • They award grants for various environmental protection activities such as water pollution prevention, wetlands protection, tribal preservation, testing new environmental safety products, engine emission reduction programs and more.

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  • In the novela el Pantanal, the audience found the storyline set against the backdrop of lush and vibrant wetlands.

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  • The telenovela is held up as a representative of what dredging the Paraguay River would do the region and activists seek to preserve the wetlands rather than dig them out for commercial shipping.

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  • Dragonflies live near bodies of water, and are extremely common in the wetlands.

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  • Mosquitoes are the most active from dawn to dusk and are attracted to areas with standing water and tall grasses, such as marshes and wetlands.

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  • cheetah conservation in Namibia, preservation of the wetlands of Costa Rica to children's educational projects in the Seychelles.

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  • common Sandpiper Actitis hypoleucos 9/15: Common on wetlands.

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  • date palm fronds are woven into natural walls as a shield to help protect wetlands from wind erosion.

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  • designated under the convention of Wetlands of International Importance.

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  • Small numbers of White-headed ducks were found breeding at 11 wetlands.

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  • Wetlands and Lakes There are no significant wetlands in the LCA only a few small pockets of poor fen.

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  • A path leads through grassy glades to the wetlands, which are the main feature of the Torbay Road site.

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