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Science 1.4 Vocab

wetland area that contains unique types of soil, is home to plants adapted to a wet environment, and contains water all year or at a certain times during the year
bog wetland in which soils consist predominantly of decomposed plant material called peat or muck
swamp forested wetland in which trees and bushes are the dominant plants
marsh wetland that generally forms at the mouth of a river or in areas where there is poor drainage
emergent wetlands marshy areas where plants are rooted in soil but emerge above water
heterotrophs animals and ungi that eat plant and animal matter in an ecosystem
Created by: ericaevans