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A dynamical model for the coupled¬ evolution of channels and tidal flats

Poster Number:  241 Presenter/Primary Author:  Giulio Mariotti A dynamical model for the morphological evolution of channels and tidal flats is proposed.

Toward modeling the role of ecomorphodynamics in barrier island response to climate change

Poster Number:  149 Presenter/Primary Author:  Orencio Duran Vinent In barrier islands, coastal dune morphology is the most important factor determining the vulnerability to storm impacts,

Determining historic extent of seagrass (Zostera marina) cover in Virginia's coastal bays

Poster Number:  140 Presenter/Primary Author:  Noah Egge Seagrasses can be found all over the world and are often the main structural habitat for shallow marine communities.

Updating Storminess Records for LTER Sites

Poster Number:  133 Presenter/Primary Author:  Bruce Hayden The data records for storminess and their analysis for the period 1885-1996 for the continental US were compiled from NOAA data (Climate Variability and Ecosystem Response at Long-Term Ecological R

Elevation as a Predictor of Marsh Vulnerability to Sea-level Rise along the Eastern Shore of Virginia

Poster Number:  128 Presenter/Primary Author:  Talia Dibbell To evaluate vulnerability of salt marshes to sea level rise at the Virginia Coast Reserve (VCR) LTER, experiments are under way to identify the optimum elevation for growth of Spartina alternif

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