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VEGETATION OF THE SANTA CATALINA MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA. V. BIOMASS, PRODUCTION, AND DIVERSITY ALONG THE ELEVATION GRADIENT'
Measurements were taken in 15 communities along the elevation gradient from fir forest at high elevations, through pine forest, woodlands, and desert grassland, to deserts at low elevations in theExpand
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Salt Marsh Restoration in Connecticut: 20 Years of Science and Management
In 1980 the State of Connecticut began a tidal marsh restoration program targeting systems degraded by tidal restrictions and impoundments. Such marshes become dominated by common reed grassExpand
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Vegetation Change on a Northeast Tidal Marsh: Interaction of Sea‐Level Rise and Marsh Accretion
Increasing rates of relative sea—level rise (RSL) have been linked to coastal wetland losses along the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere. While such losses have yet to be reported for New England tidalExpand
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Restoration of an impounded salt marsh in New England
The restoration of a 20 ha tidal marsh, impounded for 32, yr, in Stonington, Connecticut was studied to document vegetation change 10 yr after the reintroduction of tidal flushing. These data wereExpand
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Interpreting Sea Level Rise and Rates of Vertical Marsh Accretion in a Southern New England Tidal Salt Marsh
An investigation of marsh accretion rates on a New England type high marsh (Barn Island Wildlife Management Area, Stonington, Connecticut) reveals that this system is sensitive to changes in seaExpand
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Comparison of created and natural freshwater emergent wetlands in Connecticut (USA)
Five three- to four-year old created palustrine/emergent wetland sites were compared with five nearby natural wetlands of comparable size and type. Hydrologic, soil and vegetation data were compiledExpand
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Vegetation of the Santa Catalina Mountains
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