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Date Posted: 03/18/2008
Submission Title Developing an Index of Tidal Wetlands Health in the Gulf of Maine Using Fish as Indicators
Author(s) Dionne, M.; Haas, M.; Leonard, A.
Year Created 2006
Resource Type Publications, Websites, and Tools
Publisher Wells NERR
Media Type
Volume, Issue, pp 25pp
   
Abstract/Description  
The authors describe their continuing effort to assess the status of Maine’s fringing tidal marsh habitat subject to varying levels of human-mediated disturbance by surveying nekton occurring in a stratified random sample of fringing tidal marshes in the Casco Bay region of the Maine coast. Their work is part of a regional collaboration with other partners within EPA’s New England Biological Assessment of Wetlands Working Group (NEBAWWG), to develop a unified regional wetland assessment strategy.
URL Developing an Index of Tidal Wetlands Health in the Gulf of Maine Using Fish as Indicators
   
Theme>Topic Restoration > tidal wetlands
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The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve at Laudholm Farm, Wells, Maine Copyright 2006 All rights reserved. Collaboration with NOAA CSC, Charleston SC