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Adjacent wetlands

Adjacent wetlands

(Science: ecology) The term adjacent means bordering, continguous, or neighboring. Wetlands are separated from other waters by man-made dikes or barriers, natural river berms, beach dunes, and the like are adjacent wetlands.


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... lead, cadmium, zinc and other toxic metals leached into the river and adjacent wetlands, creating what was once considered among the nation's worst toxic waste sites. DuPont ...

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