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Pickleweed is an invasive or introduced plant in Hawaii. It has succulent, brilliant green leaves and is common in salt marshes and tidal shorelines. It grows slowly in soils with high salt concentrations and areas with seawater overwash where it suffers little competition from other plants. The species manages salts by sequestering them in cell vacuoles and eventually shedding the leaves

Batis maritima (Pickleweed)

Pickleweed is an invasive or introduced plant in Hawaii. It has succulent, brilliant green leaves and is common in salt marshes and tidal shorelines. It grows slowly in soils with high salt concentrations and areas with seawater overwash where it suffers little competition from other plants. The species manages salts by sequestering them in cell vacuoles and eventually shedding the leaves

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Batis maritima (Pickleweed)

Unicode: 1F335

Cactus

Unicode: 1F335

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Cactus

Unicode: 1F330

Chestnut

Unicode: 1F330

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Chestnut

Illustration of a dead tree with exposed roots

Dead tree 4

Illustration of a dead tree with exposed roots

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Dead tree 4

Illustration of a power plant with cooling towers releasing steam

Energy: power station

Illustration of a power plant with cooling towers releasing steam

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Energy: power station

View of coiled garden hose

Garden hose

View of coiled garden hose

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Garden hose

Illustration of oil spill effects on mangroves

Mangrove oil spill effects

Illustration of oil spill effects on mangroves

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Mangrove oil spill effects

The image depicts a yellow mulberry attached to a stem with five large green leaves on it

Morinda Citrifolia (Indian Mulberry)

The image depicts a yellow mulberry attached to a stem with five large green leaves on it

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Morinda Citrifolia (Indian Mulberry)

Oryza meridionalis is a wild rice indigenous to Australia. It is found at edges of freshwater lagoons, temporary pools, and swamps

Oryza meridionalis (Wild rice)

Oryza meridionalis is a wild rice indigenous to Australia. It is found at edges of freshwater lagoons, temporary pools, and swamps

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Oryza meridionalis (Wild rice)

Decoration plant

Plant

Decoration plant

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Plant

Unicode: 1F3F5

Rosette

Unicode: 1F3F5

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Rosette

Giant salvinia is an aquatic fern, native to south-eastern Brazil. It is a free floating plant that remains buoyant on the surface of a body of water, and is known for its capability to take over large bodies of slow-moving fresh water. The rapid growth rate of Giant Salvinia has resulted in its classification as an invasive weed in some parts of the world such as Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and parts of America

Salvinia molesta (Giant Salvinia)

Giant salvinia is an aquatic fern, native to south-eastern Brazil. It is a free floating plant that remains buoyant on the surface of a body of water, and is known for its capability to take over large bodies of slow-moving fresh water. The rapid growth rate of Giant Salvinia has resulted in its classification as an invasive weed in some parts of the world such as Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and parts of America

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Salvinia molesta (Giant Salvinia)

Another illustration of a wastewater treatment plant, with pools, buildings and a drainage pipe

Water: sewage treatment plant 2

Another illustration of a wastewater treatment plant, with pools, buildings and a drainage pipe

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Water: sewage treatment plant 2

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