The paleoecological development of a late holocene, tidal freshwater marsh of the Upper Delaware River estuary

@article{Orson1992ThePD,
  title={The paleoecological development of a late holocene, tidal freshwater marsh of the Upper Delaware River estuary},
  author={R. Orson and R. Simpson and R. Good},
  journal={Estuaries},
  year={1992},
  volume={15},
  pages={130-146}
}
Changes in groundwater tables brought about by sea level increases in the Delaware River Basin (near Philadelphia) about 2,500 years B.P., initiated wetland development at the Princeton-Jefferson Branch of the Woodbury Creek marshes. Continual increases in sea level pushed groundwater tables further upward, and by approximately 800 years B.P., groundwater tables had risen to the upper limits for woody vegetation at the site. By the time European settlers arrived in the late 1600s nontidal sedge… Expand
PALEOECOLOGY OF SUBMERGED MACROPHYTES IN THE UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY
Sustainability of a Tidal Freshwater Marsh Exposed to a Long-term Hydrologic Barrier and Sea Level Rise
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