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Vegetation of the Hackensack Marsh: A Typical American Fen: Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia: Volume IX -- Part I (May, 1919)
John W. Harshberger (au); Vincent G. Burns (au)
The Hackensack River, which may be regarded as a branch of the Passaic, rises in the northeastern corner of the State of New Jersey, and drains a region of considerable extent lying along the west slopes of the Palisade Range. From the town of Hackensack south to the outlet in Newark Bay the river occupies a valley approximately 4 miles in width and 8 miles in length, which is largely filled by a brackish tidewater marsh. This report discusses the vegetation found in the Hackensack Marsh. Black and white photographs.
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