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Probing the origins and stratigraphic signature of salt pools from north-temperate marshes in Maine, U.S.A.
November 1, 2010... ABSTRACT Salt pools (shallow, water-filled depressions) are common landforms in north-temperate salt marshes. Despite their widespread distribution, the origin of pools as primary or secondary features of salt marshes remains uncertain and their description in the geologic record unclear....
Analysis of Igneada and its surrounding vegetation dynamics using normalized difference vegetation index data from 1987-2000.(Report)
November 1, 2010... ABSTRACT Ozyavuz, M. 2010. Analysis of Igneada and its surrounding vegetation dynamics using normalized difference vegetation index data from 1987-2000. Journal of Coastal Research, 26(6), 1001-1006. West Palm Beach (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208. Igneada area, which is studied in this GEF-II...
Marine debris in the Island of Santa Catarina, South Brazil: spatial patterns, composition, and biological aspects.(Report)
November 1, 2010... ABSTRACT The prevalence of marine debris is a worldwide issue, especially in coastal areas. Half of the Brazilian population live within 200 km of the coast and generate large amounts of garbage, which is not always sent to an appropriate destination. This study aims to assess patterns of...
Barrier islands: coupling anthropogenic stability with ecological sustainability.(Report)
November 1, 2010... ABSTRACT Barrier islands provide a host of critical ecosystem services to heavily populated coastal regions of the world, yet they are quite vulnerable to ongoing sea level rise and a potential increase in the frequency and intensity of oceanic storms. These islands are being degraded at an...
Road cut through Anastasia formation, town of Palm Beach, Florida, USA.(COVER PHOTOGRAPH)
November 1, 2010... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] View looking west through one of the deepest road cuts in Florida, transecting the Anastasia Formation. This impressive exposure of Anastasia Formation sediments occurs along Country Club Road on the island of Palm Beach in Palm Beach County. This exposure contains...