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Low, wet, muddy area periodically or continuously flooded by brackish or salt water to a shallow depth, usually characterized by grasses and other low plants (but not trees); land transitional between terrestrial and aquatic systems where saturation with water is the dominant factor controlling plant and animal communities and soils..
Salt marsh is a key habitat of transitional waters lying at the interface between the land and the sea, depending on, and periodically covered by tidal sea water.
Salt marsh species
- CoPraNet glossary 
- Chapman, V.J., 1960. Salt Marshes and Salt Deserts of the World. London: Leonard Hill Limited, 392p.
- Chapman, V.J., 1974. Salt marshes and salt deserts of the world, in R.J. Reimold and W.H. Queen, ed., Ecology of Halophytes. New York: Academic Press, 3.19.