The Contribution of Mangrove Expansion to Salt Marsh Loss on the Texas Gulf Coast

@inproceedings{Armitage2015TheCO,
  title={The Contribution of Mangrove Expansion to Salt Marsh Loss on the Texas Gulf Coast},
  author={Anna R. Armitage and Wesley E. Highfield and Samuel David Brody and Patrick Louchouarn},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Landscape-level shifts in plant species distribution and abundance can fundamentally change the ecology of an ecosystem. Such shifts are occurring within mangrove-marsh ecotones, where over the last few decades, relatively mild winters have led to mangrove expansion into areas previously occupied by salt marsh plants. On the Texas (USA) coast of the western Gulf of Mexico, most cases of mangrove expansion have been documented within specific bays or watersheds. Based on this body of relatively… CONTINUE READING
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