According to the dictionary, a meadow is a moist, low-lying, typically level grassland.
The term “meadow” has differing definitions between the scientific community and the general public. In everyday parlance, a “meadow” is basically any low-lying grassland or field. More technically, they’re fields populated by grasses and other non-woody vegetation. There are a variety of sub-types of meadow, including transition meadows, alpine meadows, coastal meadows, desert meadows, prairies, and wet meadows. For an exploration of these different types, check out the citation.
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