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The Ecogeomorphology of Tidal Marshes

Vol. 59, 2004

COASTAL AND ESTUARINE STUDIES, VOL. 59, 268 PP., 2004
ISSN: 0733-9569

The Ecogeomorphology of Tidal Marshes

S. Fagherazzi, M. Marani, and L. K. Blum (Eds.)

Salt marshes are coastal wetlands frequently inundated by tides. Given their peculiar characteristics, salt marshes are colonized by salt‐tolerant communities of plants (halophytes) adapted to saturated soil conditions. Vegetation has an important role not only in marsh ecology, but also for the hydrology and geomorphology of these environments. For example, the feedback between marsh elevation and vegetation is fundamental for the survival of salt marshes, particularly when endangered by climate change and sea‐level rise. On the other hand, the morphology of salt marshes and the processes that form this peculiar landscape have a strong impact on the ecosystem's function and structure.

Citation: Fagherazzi, S., M. Marani, and L. K. Blum (Eds.) (2004), The Ecogeomorphology of Tidal Marshes, Coastal Estuarine Stud., vol. 59, 268 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/CE059.

Fagherazzi, Sergio

Preface

pp. vii-vii

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Fagherazzi, S.; Marani, M.; Blum, L. K.

Introduction: The coupled evolution of geomorphological and ecosystem structures in salt marshes

pp. 1-4

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Silvestri, Sonia; Marani, Marco

Salt-marsh vegetation and morphology: Basic physiology, modelling and remote sensing observations

pp. 5-25

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Mason, D. C.; Scott, T. R.

Remote sensing of tidal networks and their relation to vegetation

pp. 27-46

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Blum, Linda K.; Christian, Robert R.

Belowground production and decomposition along a tidal gradient in a Virginia salt marsh

pp. 47-73

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Rinaldo, Andrea; Belluco, Enrica; D'Alpaos, Andrea; Feola, Alessandra; Lanzoni, Stefano; Marani, Marco

Tidal networks: Form and function

pp. 75-91

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Torres, Raymond; Goñi, Miguel A.; Voulgaris, George; Lovell, Charles R.; Morris, James T.

Effects of low tide rainfall on intertidal zone material cycling

pp. 93-114

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Aspden, Rebecca J.; Vardy, Suzanne; Paterson, David M.

Salt marsh microbial ecology: Microbes, benthic mats and sediment movement

pp. 115-136

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Nepf, H. M.

Vegetated flow dynamics

pp. 137-163

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Mudd, Simon Marius; Fagherazzi, Sergio; Morris, James T.; Furbish, David Jon

Flow, sedimentation, and biomass production on a vegetated salt marsh in South Carolina: Toward a predictive model of marsh morphologic and ecologic evolution

pp. 165-188

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Gardner, Leonard Robert

Geologic history and the ergodic principle: Foundations for long-term ecological research in salt marshes

pp. 189-201

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Keusenkothen, M. A.; Christian, R. R.

Responses of salt marshes to disturbance in an ecogeomorphological context, with a case study of trampling by deer

pp. 203-230

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Hsieh, Yuch Ping

Dynamics of tidal salt barren formation and the record of present-day sea level change

pp. 231-245

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Cahoon, Donald R.; Ford, Mark A.; Hensel, Philippe F.

Ecogeomorphology of Spartina patens-dominated tidal marshes: Soil organic matter accumulation, marsh elevation dynamics, and disturbance

pp. 247-266

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