Wetland Accretion Rate Model of Ecosystem Resilience ( WARMER ) and Its Application to Habitat Sustainability for Endangered Species in the San Francisco Estuary

@inproceedings{Swanson2013WetlandAR,
  title={Wetland Accretion Rate Model of Ecosystem Resilience ( WARMER ) and Its Application to Habitat Sustainability for Endangered Species in the San Francisco Estuary},
  author={Kathleen M. Swanson and Judith Drexler and David H. Schoellhamer and Karen M Thorne and Mike L. Casazza and Cory T. Overton and John C. Callaway and John Y. Takekawa},
  year={2013}
}
Salt marsh faunas are constrained by specific habitat requirements for marsh elevation relative to sea level and tidal range. As sea level rises, changes in relative elevation of the marsh plain will have differing impacts on the availability of habitat for marsh obligate species. The Wetland Accretion Rate Model for EcosystemResilience (WARMER) is a 1-Dmodel of elevation that incorporates both biological and physical processes of vertical marsh accretion. Here, we use WARMER to evaluate… CONTINUE READING
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