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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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A report for consideration by town hall chiefs said: "Aside from the fact that the scheme is now solely residential, a key difference between this and earlier schemes is that a significant part of the existing mudflats and saltmarsh are proposed to be retained in their current form "The proposals, as far as practicably possible, seek to make use of existing structures along the river edge in order to provide an interesting form of new development."
They found that shore crabs from mudflats closely matched the appearance of the mud they live on, while rockpool crabs did not match the background but instead relied on disruptive colouration, a process that uses high-contrast patterns to break up the appearance of the body outline.
Normal mangrove, cultivated land, dry mudflat, dry barren/vacant land and turbid water increased with 324.93 [km.sup.2] (23.21 [km.sup.2]/year), 749.44 [km.sup.2] (53.53[km.sup.2]/year), 171.01 [km.sup.2] (12.21 [km.sup.2]/year), 375.31 [km.sup.2] (26.81 [km.sup.2]/year), and 59 [km.sup.2] (4.21 [km.sup.2]/year), respectively during the period of 2000-2014.
However, the mudflat saline soil amended by dairy manure and green manure has received no attention.
Soft-plastics rigged weedless, topwaters and gold spoons can be deadly when cast far and retrieved just over the shallow grass and mudflats. Live baits can be hooked to a jighead or bucktail jig or from under a float with 20 to 30 inches of leader and a 1/0 to 3/0 shortshank hook.
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.
In a contrasting set of photos from 2000, all that remains of the island is a puddle-pocked mudflat. The watercourses are wider, no longer so meandering, and the surrounding stands of Spartina patens and Spartina alterniflora are frayed.
Unfortunately, these included planting non-native mangrove species, mainly in important mudflat zones.
As the sea covers up their mudflat feeding grounds, the flocks are forced into the air to perform spectacular aerial displays.They fly in tight-knit formation and each bird mirrors its neighbour's every move.
Variety in the size of tracks suggests that several different animals trod the transient mudflat.
Projects for environmental protection include the conversion of concrete shore-protection walls to mudflat while the repaving of streets will be carried out as part of urban redevelopment by utilizing private-sector investment, the officials said.
Three sites were arranged within the mangrove forest and one site was located in ah adjacent mudflat. The sites were surveyed four times between November 1988 and October 1989.