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Ashali Feb 11
is my new favourite hashtag, can we start and too?
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CWPPRA Outreach Feb 13
This edition of is one of our most competitive yet! Don't take our word for it, you should read it and decide for yourself!
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Bangor University Wetland Society Jan 16
‘What is a ?’ is possibly the most asked question with regards to the subject. Well, many things are wetlands. Marshes, bogs, estuaries, mudflats, ponds, swamps, billabongs, lagoons, lakes, and floodplains are all wetlands.
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White's Wetland Jan 16
Around the world, wetlands are still disappearing. Yet science has shown that preserving wetlands helps humanity in so many ways. So let's make Wednesdays on Twitter. Wednesday. Tweet for wetlands and spread the message about wetlands. RT if you agree! 🐸🐢🌱
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Elise Allely Jun 27
Enjoying the 's ! It's wonderful to see these spectacular images of Patagonian wetlands again captured by an inspiring young wetland enthusiast and artist !
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BirdLife Americas 24 Jan 18
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Audubon Institute 9 Nov 16
Wetlands are wet areas linking terrestrial (land-based) and aquatic (water-based) ecosystems.
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USACE Buffalo Feb 13
The Regulatory program ensures environmental impacts on aquatic resources-Wetlands, streams, rivers, etc. that are labeled as -are avoided, minimized, and mitigated for when projects are proposed.Learn more:
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Blue Carbon Lab Feb 12
It's ! Coastal wetlands and are life-long friends 🤜🏼🤛🏼. prevent sediments and agricultural run-off from reaching the reef, and meadows remove pathogenic bacteria that can sicken the corals.
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Audubon Institute 7 Dec 16
Wetlands act as flood control devices: holding excess floodwaters during high rainfall, like a sponge.
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SWS 8 Mar 17
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Chatham Swim & Dive Nov 7
Every. Muscle. Counts. 💪🏼 The Cougars felt the 🔥 and strengthened their forearms today during with kickboard fans followed by a 25 sprint! 🏊🏼‍♀️🐾🏋🏻‍♀️
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KQED Education 1 Jun 17
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Garth Holman Sep 19
Pitch pine (Pinus rigida) bog with a dense ericaceous shrub layer, mostly black huckleberry (Gaylussacia baccata). Amid the wizened pitch pines, a couple white pines eke by too.
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Blue Carbon Lab Feb 5
It's ! under projected scenarios, extreme will increase in frequency and intensity (eg. ) ☔️Natural infrastructure, including , can help provide communities with to these natural hazards. via
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Polished Charles Jun 13
It’s ! This is an old video from December during our C111 project. Miss being out in the field, but i am enjoying being able to get more into the data
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Blue Carbon Lab Jan 15
It's ! Remember we are not powerless against . If we we can ensure carbon sequestration, coastal protection, clean water and food security. 📢 is 2 FEB
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Jenn 🇨🇦 Jan 16
One of the best things about my job is that I get to restore and create wetlands.
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Wetlands Convention Nov 14
Photography is a powerful means to communicate the beauty & uniqueness of . Its we invite you to capture the beauty of . Participate in our photo contest until 25 Nov 2018 for a chance to win a Canon Digital Camera.
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Lucy McMahon Oct 24
Got a little distracted at my desk and took an online quiz... I got full marks though so I guess it's productive!
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