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Restoration of salt marshes on previously reclaimed land provides an excellent opportunity to study plant colonization and subsequent development of s...Read more
Deliberate breaching of sea defences is frequently practiced with the aim of restoring salt-marsh vegetation on previously embanked land. However, exp...Read more
Climate change-induced rises in sea level threaten to drastically reduce the areal extent of important salt marsh habitats for large numbers of waterf...Read more
Fertilization with a 10-6-4 sewage sludge fertilizer increased the total peak standing crops of salt marsh vegetation, in spite of the presence of con...Read more
Combining natural saltmarsh habitats with conventional barriers can provide a sustainable and cost-effective alternative for fully engineered flood pr...Read more
The effects of livestock grazing on grasslands have garnered much attention; however, little is known about how grazing affects ecosystems' ability to...Read more
Salt marsh habitats support about 50% of the population of redshank breeding in Britain. Between 1985 and 1996, breeding densities declined by 23%. Th...Read more
Coastal salt-marshes in Great Britain are of both national and international significance for their breeding redshank Tringa totanus populations. Thes...Read more
In the salt marshes of Morecambe Bay P. maritima was largely restricted to immature soils at low elevations and more organic soils with high Na conten...Read more
Fertilization with a sewage sludge fertilizer containing 10-6-4 NPK increased the total peak standing crops of salt marsh vegetation, despite the pres...Read more