In combination, these results indicate that it is likely a better choice to use sweep nets than vacuums when addressing large community focused studies in coastal marsh
2] emissions), it is estimated that coastal marsh
loss from sea-level rise alone would be 3 - 20% by the 2080s, although much higher (35 - 70%) when human activity is incorporated into the scenario (IPCC, 2001b; Nichols, 2004).
These include waste disposal from intensive production sites, the introduction of non-native species, and the destruction of coastal marsh
areas for the development of new production areas.
5% of the diet of barn owls in a coastal marsh
in Louisiana (Jemison & Chabreck 1962).
Modelling coastal marsh
stability in response to sea level rise: a case study in coastal Louisiana, USA.
If you happen to be in one of the northern states this winter, particularly in a low, open prairie or an eastern coastal marsh
, you might treat yourself to the sight of some of the most splendid visitors from the Arctic Circle.
Three schoolboy pals were drowned after deadly tides swept them away on a coastal marsh
The state is losing about 100 acres of coastal marsh
each day and has lost more than a million acres since the turn of the century.
Extensive Spartina salt marshes in the Tuckerton Peninsula, characteristic of coastal marsh
systems of the northeastern United States (Kennish, 2001), border broad areas (~33.
This huge unit is over 14,000 acres bordered on the west by the Econfina River and on the south by the Big Bend Aquatic Preserve which includes approximately 7 miles of coastal marsh
NE of the best fishing grounds the world, this coastal marsh
hould be teeming with new life.
Two coastal marsh
scenes titled "Off the End of Spring Island" and "Reflections of Pablo Creek,' done with the National Park Foundation are already printed and in distribution.