A "Climate-Smart" Model for the Optimization of Tidal Salt Marsh Conservation

Mlsna, Ivy.


  • Abstract: Tidal salt marsh ecosystems are vital to the health and protection of northeast United States coastlines. This ecosystem is often the buffer between the ocean and shoreline development, and provides many ecosystem services such as water filtration, habitat for commercially harvested species, and recreational enjoyment. Sea level rise is a threat to salt marshes; as water levels rise, sal... read more
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