Recommendations for the future management and conservation of saltmarshes in the Peel-Harvey estuarine system. In: McComb, A.J., Kobryn, H.T. and Latchford, J.A. (eds) Samphire marshes of the Peel-Harvey estuarine system Western Australia.

@inproceedings{Mccomb1995RecommendationsFT,
  title={Recommendations for the future management and conservation of saltmarshes in the Peel-Harvey estuarine system. In: McComb, A.J., Kobryn, H.T. and Latchford, J.A. (eds) Samphire marshes of the Peel-Harvey estuarine system Western Australia.},
  author={Arthur J. Mccomb and Henryk Kobryń and Jane A. Latchford},
  year={1995}
}
Estuarine saltmarshes can stimulate a number of senses. In a visual way, they provide a pleasing vista of procumbent to tall shrubs and trees tinged with colours ranging from red in autumn to succulent green in spring. This view is often enhanced by the sight of hundreds of wading birds feeding and dabbling along the shores and flying low over this interface between land and water. Saltmarshes also provide a contrasting sense when the rich productive smells of the marsh are detected. These… CONTINUE READING

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