Colorado mountains

Coastal Systems

The roles of crabs in forming tidal creeks in sinking salt marshes

Poster Number:  311 Presenter/Primary Author:  Huy Vu Salt marshes provide many ecosystem services, but are threatened by sea-level rise (SLR).

Beyond beach width - integrating ecological zones and function of sandy beach ecosystems

Poster Number:  302 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jenifer Dugan Sandy beaches receive large subsidies of drift kelp and macrophytes from kelp forests.  Rapid processing of this macroalgal wrack by intertidal invertebrates (shredders) and its subsequent dec

Physical and biogeochemical patterns in a saltmarsh/river system (Duplin River, GA)

Poster Number:  300 Presenter/Primary Author:  Charles Schutte Salt marshes are among the most productive habitats on Earth, and constitute a critical interface between the land and the sea.

Characteristics of eddies shed from the Antarctic Circumpolar Current

Poster Number:  299 Presenter/Primary Author:  Nicole Couto Winter temperatures in the western Antarctic peninsula (WAP) region are the fastest-warming temperatures on Earth, however understanding the heat sources driving the rise in temperatures remains an

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER