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MUD

A municipal utility district, which is a political subdivision that administers utility-related services, sometimes requiring the issue of special assessment bonds.

Mud

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to 100 liters. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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The site will develop into an area of mudflat and saltmarsh which will be internationally important for many species of native and migrant birds, while maintaining the level of flood protection to the surrounding area.
Soft-plastics rigged weedless, topwaters and gold spoons can be deadly when cast far and retrieved just over the shallow grass and mudflats.
Here also there are certain local areal variations, such as the bottoms sediments showing highest values, in the landward and seaward zones of the lagoon, and that its place being occupied by the mudflat on the landward side of the creek in the middle zone.
The intervening mudflats serve as vital resting sites and feeding grounds for migratory shorebirds.
Species numbers and diversity were higher in the mudflat than at the mangrove sites.
The secret is to start with a mudflat (a nursery flat with no dividers) of one of the ground covers from our list below, left.
Answering a request from Donna Stovall, manager of the Fish and Wildlife Service's national wildlife refuges on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu, a Navy team recently created some critical mudflat habitats for endangered water birds on the shores of historic Pearl Harbor.
Censuses of wintering shorebirds were conducted in mudflat habitats along the lower Laguna Madre during November-February of 1992-1993 and 1993-1994.
Originally one island comprised of approximately 132 acres, the loss of marsh in the center portion severed the two ends, resulting in two separate islands connected by mudflat.
The Environment Agency project will create 22 hectares of inter-tidal saltmarsh and mudflat at Greatham Creek and will compensate for the loss of similar habitats across the Tees Estuary and Redcar.
They found that most of the time females mate with a carefully chosen mate in his burrow but sometimes they are willing to mate with other neighbouring male, on the surface of the mudflat.
Excavate And Dispose Of In Situ Material Including Salt Marsh And Intertidal Mudflat To Faciliate Installation Of Transition Slope