peatland

[peet-land]
noun
an extensive tract of land where peat has formed.

Origin:
1905–10; peat1 + -land

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peatland (ˈpiːtˌlænd)
 
n
an area of land consisting of peat bogs, usually containing many species of flora and fauna

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Example sentences
The peatland is teardrop-shaped, with the narrow end at the outlet on the
  western side of the wetland.
Large, hydrologically intact open peatland is dominated by sedges and sphagnum
  mosses.
Watershed boundaries originated at the bog mat pour point, of which there could
  be many in the case of a raised peatland.
East of the lagoon is a peatland with coastal fen, coastal bog, and tamarack
  swamp.
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