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The role of vegetation in determining patterns of the accretion of salt marsh sediment
Boorman, L.A.; Garbutt, Angus; Barratt, D. (1998). The role of vegetation in determining patterns of the accretion of salt marsh sediment, in: Black, K.S. et al. (Ed.) Sedimentary processes in the intertidal zone. Geological Society Special Publication, 139: pp. 389-399
In: Black, K.S.; Paterson, D.M.; Cramp, A. (Ed.) (1998). Sedimentary processes in the intertidal zone. Geological Society Special Publication, 139. The Geological Society: London, UK. ISBN 1-86239-013-4. IX, 409 pp., more
In: Hartley, A.J. et al. (Ed.) Geological Society Special Publication. Geological Society of London: Oxford; London; Edinburgh; Boston, Mass.; Carlton, Vic.. ISSN 0305-8719, more
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    VLIZ: Geology and Geophysics [24576]

Keywords
    Accretion; Pattern recognition; Salt marshes; Sediments; Vegetation cover; Marine

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  • Boorman, L.A.
  • Garbutt, Angus
  • Barratt, D.

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