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Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management
Roman, C.T.; Burdick, D.M. (2012). Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. The Science and Practice of Ecological Restoration Series. Island Press: Washington. ISBN 978-1-59726-575-1; e-ISBN 978-1-61091-229-7. xvii, 406 pp. https://dx.doi.org/10.5822/978-1-61091-229-7
Part of: The Science and Practice of Ecological Restoration Series. Island Press: Washington, more

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    VLIZ: Environmental Management EQC.140 [102339]

Keywords
    Ecology
    Restoration
    Water bodies > Inland waters > Wetlands > Marshes > Salt marshes
    Marine/Coastal

Authors  Top 
  • Roman, C.T., editor
  • Burdick, D.M., editor

Content
  • Roman, C.T.; Burdick, D.M. (2012). A synthesis of research and practice on restoring tides to salt marshes, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 3-10, more
  • MacBroom, J.G.; Schiff, R. (2012). Predicting the hydrologic response of salt marshes to tidal restoration: The science and practice of hydraulic modeling, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 13-38, more
  • Anisfeld, S.C. (2012). Biogeochemical responses to tidal restoration, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 39-58, more
  • Smith, S.M.; Warren, R.S. (2012). Vegetation responses to tidal restoration, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 59-80, more
  • Chambers, R.M.; Meyerson, L.A.; Dibble, K.L. (2012). Ecology of Phragmites australis and responses to tidal restoration, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 81-96, more
  • Raposa, K.B.; Talley, D.M. (2012). A meta-analysis of nekton responses to restoration of tide-restricted New England salt marshes, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 97-118, more
  • Shriver, W.G.; Greenberg, R. (2012). Avian community responses to tidal restoration along the North Atlantic coast of North America, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 119-143, more
  • Rozsa, R. (2012). Restoration of tidal flow to degraded tidal wetlands in Connecticut, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 147-155, more
  • Chaffee, C.; Ferguson, W.; Ekberg, M.C. (2012). Salt marsh restoration in Rhode Island, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 157-164, more
  • Durey, H.; Smith, T.; Carullo, M. (2012). Restoration of tidal flow to salt marshes: The Massachusetts experience, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 165-172, more
  • Diers, T.; Richardson, F.D. (2012). Restoration of tidal flow to salt marshes: The New Hampshire experience, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 173-182, more
  • Kachmar, J.; Hertz, E. (2012). Restoration of tidal flow to salt marshes: The Maine experience, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 183-190, more
  • Bowron, T.M.; Neatt, N.; Van Proosdij, D.; Lundholm, J. (2012). Salt marsh tidal restoration in Canada’s maritime provinces, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 191-209, more
  • Buchsbaum, R.; Wigand, C. (2012). Adaptive management and monitoring as fundamental tools to effective salt marsh restoration, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 213-231, more
  • Chmura, G.L.; Burdick, D.M.; Moore, G.E. (2012). Recovering salt marsh ecosystem services through tidal restoration, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 233-251, more
  • Konisky, R.A. (2012). Role of simulation models in understanding the salt marsh restoration process, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 253-276, more
  • Glamore, W.C. (2012). Incorporating innovative engineering solutions into tidal restoration studies, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 277-295, more
  • Portnoy, J.W. (2012). Salt marsh restoration at Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts: The role of science in addressing societal concerns, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 299-314, more
  • Adamowicz, S.C.; O'Brien, K.M. (2012). Drakes Island tidal restoration: science, community, and compromise, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 315-332, more
  • Golet, F.C.; Myshrall, D.H.A.; Oliver, L.R.; Paton, P.W.C.; Tefft, B.C. (2012). Role of science and partnerships in salt marsh restoration at the Galilee Bird Sanctuary, Narragansett, Rhode Island, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 333-353, more
  • Reiner, E.L. (2012). Restoration of tidally restricted salt marshes at Rumney Marsh, Massachusetts: balancing flood protection with restoration by use of self-regulating tide gates, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 355-370, more
  • Burdick, D.M.; Roman, C.T. (2012). Salt marsh responses to tidal restriction and restoration: A summary of experiences, in: Roman, C.T. et al. Tidal marsh restoration: A synthesis of science and management. pp. 373-382, more

Abstract
    The research studies and management experience of marsh restoration in the New England/Atlantic Canada region are arguably the greatest concentration of information on this subject available, and this book will be the first synthesis and interpretation of this information for a broad professional and academic audience. The combination of scientists and practitioners makes the volume particularly valuable for people around the world working on salt marsh restoration. The importance of salt marsh ecosystems as biologically productive systems and the relative paucity of available information on effective restoration mean that this book will be of great interest to the target audience.

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