Relating sediment impacts on coral reefs to watershed sources, processes and management: a review.

@article{Bartley2014RelatingSI,
  title={Relating sediment impacts on coral reefs to watershed sources, processes and management: a review.},
  author={Rebecca Bartley and Zoe T Bainbridge and Stephen Lewis and Frederieke Kroon and Scott N. Wilkinson and Jon E. Brodie and David M Silburn},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={468-469},
  pages={1138-53}
}
Modification of terrestrial sediment fluxes can result in increased sedimentation and turbidity in receiving waters, with detrimental impacts on coral reef ecosystems. Preventing anthropogenic sediment reaching coral reefs requires a better understanding of the specific characteristics, sources and processes generating the anthropogenic sediment, so that effective watershed management strategies can be implemented. Here, we review and synthesise research on measured runoff, sediment erosion and… CONTINUE READING
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