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Infaunal Abundance In Restored and Refernce Marhses of the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico: the impact of habitat type and drought
To date, over 50% of historical tidal marsh habitat in the U.S. has been lost. A widely accepted approach to mitigate the loss of valuable ecological services is marsh restoration, which includes using excavated soil or ...
Infaunal abundance in restored and reference marshes of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico
One widely accepted approach to mitigate the loss of natural marsh habitat is to restore marshes in areas that were previously open water. To better understand the infaunal community within restored marshes, infauna were ...