Salt marsh vegetation recovery on the Bay of Fundy

@article{Byers2007SaltMV,
  title={Salt marsh vegetation recovery on the Bay of Fundy},
  author={S. Byers and G. Chmura},
  journal={Estuaries and Coasts},
  year={2007},
  volume={30},
  pages={869-877}
}
Beginning in the 17th century many Bay of Fundy marshes were diked and drained for agricultural use, but storm breaching of dikes and failure of tidal gates has returned tidal flooding to some marshes. We investigated two breached and undiked salt marsh pairs in the Bay of Fundy to assess the potential for recovery of these reclaimed lands and improve our knowledge about salt marsh restoration. We examined the distribution of major species with respect to elevation and compared plant cover and… Expand
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