Definitions for "TIDAL MARSH"
Low, flat marshlands traversed by channels and tidal hollows, subject to tidal inundation; normally, the only vegetation present is salttolerant bushes and grasses.
An extensive, nearly level marsh bordering a coast (as in a shallow lagoon, sheltered bay, or estuary) and regularly inundated by high tides; formed mostly of unconsolidated sediments (e.g. clays, silts, and/or sands and organic materials), and the resistant root mat of salt tolerant plants, a marshy tidal flat. Compare – Tidal Flat. (Schoeneberger and Wysocki, 2005; modified from Jackson, 1997).
Wetlands from lower high water (LHW) inland to the line of non-aquatic vegetation.