Bio-physical linkages in coastal wetlands – implications for coastal protection

@inproceedings{Mller2012BiophysicalLI,
  title={Bio-physical linkages in coastal wetlands – implications for coastal protection},
  author={Ina M{\"o}ller},
  year={2012}
}
Coastal wetlands have, for many decades, fascinated ecologists and geomorphologists alike. The existence of terrestrial vegetation communities in highly saline and hydraulically extremely dynamic environments has provided an ideal opportunity to study both ecological adaptation mechanisms to physical stressors as well as the importance of vegetation to landform evolution. In recent years, however, the importance of understanding the linkages between the biological and physical factors that… CONTINUE READING

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