THE ECOLOGY OF SALTMARSH ACARINA

@inproceedings{Luxton1967THEEO,
  title={THE ECOLOGY OF SALTMARSH ACARINA},
  author={Malcolm Luxton},
  year={1967}
}
Llanrhidian saltmarsh is situated on the north coast of the Gower Peninsula in South Wales at the southern edge of the Burry River estuary. It is an ancient marsh composed of post-glacial alluvial deposits with boulder clay. The hills behind are composed of red sandstone conglomerate, carboniferous limestone and millstone grit. Very little reclamation has taken place since 1750 (Plummer 1960), although the marsh turf is now designated as common land and is grazed closely by sheep, cattle and… CONTINUE READING

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