Lecture on Salt Marshes

This lecture introduce on Salt Marshes. Salt Marshes is a community of emerged halophytic vegetation in areas alternately inundated and drained by tidal action.” Here briefly focus on where are salt marshes found. Along intertidal shore of estuaries; example: Flat, protected waters. Extensive from Maine-Florida, along Gulf coast from Florida-Texas. In FL, most abundant north of the freeze line (70% of state’s salt marsh). Here also describe on importance of salt marshes.