The wetland ClipArt gallery includes 16 drawings of swamps, marshes, bogs, and and other land areas saturated with water. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other land forms or water bodies is the characteristic vegetation of aquatic plants, adapted to the unique hydric soil.
An image of a bald cypress in swamp form, with aerating roots, or knees. It is otherwise known as taxodium…
Cowboy on horseback traveling through a swamp in the south central states.
The Everglades is a subtropical wetland located in the southern portion of the U.S. state of Florida,…
A decorative border with a frog in a swamp.
"View at Gum Swamp. This view is from the south side of the stream."—Lossing, 1851
Athelney is located between the villages of Burrowbridge and East Lyng in the Sedgemoor district of…
An illustration of a Florida mangrove swamp.
The typical representation of a cypress swamp marsh on a topographical map.
The typical representation of a marsh in general (or fresh marsh) on a topographical map.
The typical representation of a wooded marsh on a topographical map.
A scene of swampy New Orleans, Louisiana in 1719.
The rice fields are confined to low, flat, marshy tracts, near the coast or river bottoms.
Ancient cedar trees were found buried beneath the Dennisvill swamp in southern New Jersey. It was believed…
Topography map symbol for fresh water marsh used in drafting and map drawing.
A conventional topographical water feature for salt water marsh used in drafting and map drawing.
Conventional topography symbol for submerged marsh used in drafting and map drawing.