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MARSH ELEVATION AND ACCRETION DYNAMICS ALONG ESTUARINE SALINITY GRADIENTS: OBSERVATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES
Chesapeake Bay marshes are threatened by sea level rise and have experienced degradation as a result of saltwater intrusion and increased water levels. Rates of elevation and accretion change and vegetation communities ...
Subsidence, accretion, and elevation trends in estuarine wetlands and relationships to salinity and sediment stratigraphy
Coastal wetlands are important ecosystems that provide many benefits and services including storm buffering, nutrient removal from coastal waters, carbon sequestration, and habitat for migratory birds and economically ...