Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Building marsh elevations with sediment delivered from nearby dredging projects is a potentially valuable tool for creating, restoring, and maintaining coastal marshes, and may help slow or reverse losses of wetlands due to coastal development and sea-level rise (Woodhouse et al., 1972). . . .
Salt marsh ecology--Virginia. Salt marsh restoration--Virginia. Marine sediments--Virginia.
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Virginia Institute of Marine Science. 2014. Thin-layer Sediment Addition of Dredge Material for Enhancing Marsh Resilience. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. http://doi.org/10.21220/V5X30S