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pa·lus·trine

 (pə-lŭs′trēn)
adj.
Relating to a system of inland freshwater wetlands, such as marshes, swamps, and lake shores, characterized by the presence of trees, shrubs, and emergent vegetation.

[Latin palūster, palūstr-, marshy (from palūs, marsh; see pelə- in Indo-European roots) + -ine.]

palustrine

(pəˈlʌstraɪn)
adj
(Environmental Science) another word for paludine
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From April 2016 through September 2016 we surveyed an aquatic turtle community in a ~5 ha palustrine, emergent wetland adjacent to the Tennessee State University agricultural farm.
Based on biostratigraphic data from the lowest bed lying over the unconformity, the age of the unconformity itself gradually becomes slightly younger southwards (starting from NE Sardinia, there are early Bathonian fossils in marine deposits - Dieni and Massari, 1985b - of the Usassai-Perdasdefogu lithofacies of the Genna Selole Fm directly laying over the Variscan basement; ending in SE Sardinia, where the Bajocian-Bathonian plant remains - Del Rio, 1976, 1984 - in the intermediate palustrine deposits of the Nurri-Escalaplano lithofacies of the Genna Selole Fm are located at least 30 m above the unconformity).
The attractiveness of Eagle Marsh to migrating birds and individuals nesting off the property is presumed to be a lack of similar large palustrine wetland sites in northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio.
We gave polygons with palustrine emergent and palustrine aquatic bed wetland habitat types the highest priority for surveys based on their high likelihood of possessing suitable breeding habitat.
Technical Specifications for Federal Mitigation Credits The Florida Department of Transportation (Department) is requesting bids for the purchase of up to 20 palustrine (freshwater) (or equivalent) mitigation credits to offset wetland impacts associated with multiple projects located within Northwest Florida Water Management District (NWFWMD) Regulatory Basin 9 Choctawhatchee River and Bay.
1998) used a classification system for Wetlands that consists of six different categories: Estuarine, Riverine, Lacustrine, Palustrine and Endorheic.
2) National Wetlands Inventory categories are hierarchical and all fall under the Palustrine (P) system; classes include Emergent (E), Scrub Shrub (SS), and Forested (FO); subclasses include Broad-leaved deciduous (1), Broad-leaved evergreen (3), and Deciduous (6); water regime modifiers include Temporarily flooded (A), Saturated (B), Seasonally flooded (C), and Semipermanently flooded (F); special modifiers include Partially drained, ditched (d) Canadian Site Area Class Form Blachman Bog 54.
2009: Nesting ecology of greater sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) in riparian and palustrine wetlands or eastern Idaho.
For the QWERTY keyboard Keith finds ANGIOSPERM, PLEASURING, and REIMPLANTS, to which we can also add BLEPHARISM, STEPFAMILY, RESAMPLING, PROTAMINES, PALUSTRINE, PROZYMITES, EPURATIONS, and EUPHORBIAS, for a total of eleven words.
The palustrine areas are characterized by floating vegetation that extends into the lake several tens of meters.
Effects of hydrological variation on the aquatic plant community in a floodplain palustrine wetland of southern Brazil.