Interdunal wetland is a rush, sedge, and shrub dominated wetland situated in depressions within open dunes or between beach ridges along the Great Lakes and possibly other large freshwater lakes, experiencing a fluctuating water table seasonally and yearly in synchrony with lake level changes. . Interdunal wetlands can occur wherever there are large coastal parabolic or perched dunes, or where narrow swales, pannes, or troughs occur behind a water- or wind-formed sand beach ridge.

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