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Ecology and Management of Tidal MarshesA Model from the Gulf of Mexico (St. Lucie)

by Charles L. Coultas

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Applied ecology,
  • Conservation of wildlife & habitats,
  • Management of land & natural resources,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Wetlands Ecology,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology,
  • Environmental Studies,
  • Mexico,
  • Salt marsh ecology,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology - Ecosystems,
  • Nature / Water Supply,
  • Florida,
  • Gulf Coast,
  • Salt marshes,
  • Wetland ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8741452M
    ISBN 101574440268
    ISBN 109781574440263

    Increasing rates of relative sea—level rise (RSL) have been linked to coastal wetland losses along the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere. While such losses have yet to be reported for New England tidal marshes, rapidly rising RSL may still be affecting these by:   Expand the use of growth faults as a proxy for understanding coastal plant community response to sea level rise 3. Build an understanding of the carbon content of mangroves and salt marshes in the Gulf of Mexico, and show how this knowledge can improve the restoration and conservation of these ecosystems 4.

    A stable isotope model approach to estimating the contribution of organic matter from marshes to estuaries / P. M. Eldridge and L. A. Cifuentes ; Types of salt marsh edge and export of trophic energy from marshes to deeper habitats / G. Cicchetti and R. J. Diaz ; Silicon is the link between tidal marshes and estuarine fisheries: a new paradigm /.   In when I forsook horticulture and plant physiology to try, with the help of Sea Grant funds, wetland ecology, it didn’t take long to discover a slim volume published in by the University of Georgia and edited by R. A. Ragotzkie, L. R. Pomeroy, J. M. Teal, and D. C. Scott, Price: $

    Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences Centuries of Human-Driven Change in Salt Marsh Ecosystems K. Bromberg Gedan, B.R. Silliman, and M.D. Bertness Annual Review of Marine Science Primary Productivity, Decomposition and Consumer Activity in Freshwater Wetlands M M Brinson, A E Lugo, and, and S Brown Annual Review of Ecology and SystematicsCited by: @article{osti_, title = {Tidal salt marshes of the southeast Atlantic Coast: A community profile}, author = {Wiegert, R.G. and Freeman, B.J.}, abstractNote = {This report is part of a series of community profiles on the ecology of wetland and marine communities. This particular profile considers tidal marshes of the southeastern Atlantic coast, from North Carolina south to northern Florida.


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A major compendium of existing knowledge of both the ecology and management of tidal marshes by leading experts. This is the first publication to cover all tidal marsh information in a single volume. A major compendium of existing knowledge of both the ecology and management of tidal marshes by leading experts, this book presents important coverage of interconnectedness of marsh, plants, marine organisms, soils and geology, energy and money flow, and legal and management effects on the by: ecology and management of tidal marshesa model from the gulf of mexico Download Book Ecology And Management Of Tidal Marshesa Model From The Gulf Of Mexico in PDF format.

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We're the first choice for publishers' online services. Concepts and Controversies in Tidal Marsh Ecology. content is a statistically-insignificant factor for Gulf of Mexico salt marshes (n=), or for all salt marshes examined (n= ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE OF TIDAL SALINE MARSHES.

imposes costs on individuals and government from both a health and management perspective. oil and gas platforms in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Given their peculiar characteristics, salt marshes are colonized by salt-tolerant communities of plants (halophytes) adapted to saturated soil conditions.

Vegetation has an important role not only in marsh ecology, but also for the hydrology and geomorphology of these environments. Hackney, C.T., Stout, J.P. and de la Cruz, A.A. () Standing crop and productivity of dominant marsh communities in the Alabama-Mississippi gulf coast.

In Evaluation of the ecological role and techniques for the management of tidal marshes on the Mississippi and Alabama gulf coast. Miss.-Ala. Sea Grant Publ. MASGP–, by: 2. Understanding the influence of future sea-level rise (SLR) on coastal ecosystems is improved by examining response of coastlines during historic periods of SLR.

We evaluated stability and movement of the estuarine intertidal zone along eastern Gulf of Mexico, known as the “Big Bend” of Florida.

This relatively undeveloped, low-energy coast is dominated by broad expanses of tidal marsh Cited by: Thirteen chapters are presented in this book, under the following headings: Introduction; Ecogeomorphic patterns and structure in salt marshes (4 chapters); Biophysical sedimentary processes (3 chapters); Conceptual and quantitative modes linking ecology and geomorphology of tidal marshes (2 chapters); and Salt marshes in the modern context: disturbances and climate change (3 chapters).Cited by: In when I forsook horticulture and plant physiology to try, with the help of Sea Grant funds, wetland ecology, it didn’t take long to discover a slim volume published in by the University of Georgia and edited by R.

Ragotzkie, L. Pomeroy, J. Teal, and D. Scott, entitled. () Variation in ecosystem carbon dynamics of saltwater marshes in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Wetlands Ecology and ManagementOnline publication date: JanCited by:   The San Francisco Bay, the biggest estuary on the west coast of North America, was once surrounded by an almost unbroken chain of tidal wetlands, a fecund sieve of ecosystems connecting the land and the Bay.

Today, most of these wetlands have disappeared under the demands of coastal development, and those that remain cling precariously to a drastically altered coastline. Ecology of irregularly flooded salt marshes of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico: a community profile.

Technical Report Stout, J.P. The salt marshes of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico are distinguished by irregular flooding, low energy wave and tidal action, and long periods of exposure. Purchase Marine Ecology of the Arabian Region - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book.

ISBNBook Edition: 1. Full text of "Ecology of Tidal Freshwater Marshes of the United States East Coast: A Community Profile" See other formats. Collaborative decision-analytic framework to maximize resilience of tidal marshes to climate change Karen M.

Thorne 1, Brady J. Mattsson 2, John Takekawa 3, Jonathan Cummings 4, Debby Crouse 5, Giselle Block 6, Valary Bloom 7, Matt Gerhart 8, Steve Goldbeck 9, Beth Hun Christina Sl Mendel Stew Karen Taylor 13 Cited by: We are assessing the impacts of sea level rise and coastal storms on marshes and oyster habitats in the northern Gulf of Mexico through the development of predictive models that coastal zone managers may use for long-term planning.

This large-scale research study includes the panhandle of Florida, coastal Alabama, and coastal Mississippi, and the tools. FIGURE II.2 Conceptual model of a tidal marsh in salt marshes with substantial tidal inputs of mineral sediment as influenced by environmental drivers and factors affecting accretion processes.

SOURCE: Cahoon et al., Mississippi Delta where organic accumulation predominates (Kearney and Turner, ).Restoration efforts in less saline marshes or mangroves need to consider other models or.

SALT MARSH ECOLOGY Rey, J.R. & E.D. McCoy. Terrestrial arthropods. In: Ecology and Management of Tidal Marshes: A Model from the Gulf of Mexico, pp. (ST. Introduction to Gulf Coast Estuarine Tidal Marsh The Gulf of Mexico is estimated to contain nearly half of all U.S.

salt marsh systems. Coastal wetlands are rapidly disappearing within some Gulf States, particularly in areas of coastal Louisiana and other states experiencing high rates of subsidence (Stedman and DahlCouvillion et al. ).File Size: 7MB.Salt marsh linkages to productivity of penaeid shrimps and blue crabs in the northern Gulf of Mexico; R.J.

Zimmerman, et al. Ecophysiological determinants of secondary production in salt marshes: a simulation study; J.M.

Miller, et al. Salt marsh ecosystem support of marine transient species; L.A. Deegan, et al. Biogeochemical Processes.Tidal Wetland Restoration J. B. Zedler Botany Department – University of Wisconsin C.

L. Coultas and Y. -P. Hsieh (eds.), Ecology and Management of Tidal Marshes: A Model from the Gulf of Mexico. Ecology and Management of Tidal Marshes: A Model from the Gulf of Mexico. Delray Beach, Forida: St. Luice Press, pp.

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