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Utilization of a citizen monitoring protocol to assess the structure and function of natural and stabilized fringing salt marshes in North Carolina.
Author(s): Currin, Carolyn A., Priscilla Delano and Lexia Valdes-Weaver.
NCCOS Center: CCFHR
Center Team: Beaufort
Publication Type: Journal Article
Journal Title: Wetlands Ecology and Management
Date of Publication: 2008
Reference Information: 16
Keywords: CCFHR, NOAA Oceans, Resources and land use, Estuaries, Fish utilization, Fringing marsh, Restoration, Citizen monitoring, Salt marsh, Shoreline stabilization, Sill, Spartina alterniflora
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