Temporal Changes in the Salt Marsh System of a North Shore Long Island Pocket Bay


Salt marsh ecosystems serve many environmental functions including but not limited to: providing fishery and waterfowl habitat, providing a shoreline buffer against waves and storm surges, and mediating estuarine water quality. Because of their unique position between the land and sea, salt marshes have received much attention in the literature… (More)

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