The Vegetation of the Bay of Fundy Salt and Diked Marshes: An Ecological Study (Continued)

@article{GanongTheVO,
  title={The Vegetation of the Bay of Fundy Salt and Diked Marshes: An Ecological Study (Continued)},
  author={W. Ganong},
  journal={Botanical Gazette},
  volume={36},
  pages={280 - 302}
}
Soil.-Of great importance as an ecological factor is the composition of the soil, physical and chemical. Contrary to the popular belief, the former is at least as important as the latter. In its physical composition the marsh soil is remarkably homogeneous. Samples taken from the most diverse situations, from the newest layers brought in by the tides, from old longcropped marsh, from dredgings deep beneath the bogs, are all so alike as to be indistinguishable except for a variation from red to… Expand