Examples of Hydrophytic vegetation in a sentence
Hydrophytic vegetation typically is adapted for life in saturated soils, and under normal circumstances would be found in wetlands.Wetland, Locally Significant: A wetland that meets the criteria for a “locally significant wetland” in OAR 141-86-340 “Procedures for Identifying Locally Significant Wetlands” and which is identified as such on the City of Sandy Local Wetlands Inventory (2001).
Hydrophytic vegetation is defined herein as the sum total of macrophytic plant life that occurs in areas where the frequency and duration of inundation or soil saturation produce permanently or periodically saturated soils of sufficient duration to exert a controlling influence on the plant species present.
Hydrophytic vegetation is prevalent in an area when the dominant species comprising the plant community or com- munities are typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions.
Hydrophytic vegetation consists ofplants growing in water or in a substrate that is at least periodically deficient inoxygen during a growing season as a result of excessive water content.
Hydrophytic vegetation consists of plants growing in water or in a substrate that is at least periodically deficient in oxygen during a growing season as a result of excessive water content.