Salt Marshes

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  • Created on: 09-03-13 11:33

1. Build up of mud and silt behind spit or bar. 

2. More deposition takes place and after some time, the mud rises above the water level. At first this is only at low tide, but then this occurs at high tide as well. These form mudflats. 

3. Salt tolerant plants begin to grow on the mudflats. An example would


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