Definition of High and Low Marsh

Metadata Updated: December 11, 2019

Recent conversations with Forsythe partners have highlighted differences in the use of the terms "high marsh" and "low marsh", when referring to salt marsh wetlands along the coast of New Jersey. The excerpts below, taken from respected and referenced sources, serve to elucidate these terms and provide us a common perspective from which to move forward with our upcoming OMWM discussions.

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Metadata Created Date December 11, 2019
Metadata Updated Date December 11, 2019
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