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Date Posted: 01/31/2013
Submission Title A Comprehensive Wetland Program for Frinding Salt Marshes in the York River, Maine
Author(s) Morgan, Dr. Pamela; Miller, Jeremy; Dalton, Christopher Cayce; and Dionne, Dr. Michele
Year Created 2007
Resource Type Publications, Websites, and Tools
Publisher Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
Media Type Report (unpublished)
Volume, Issue, pp
This report documents the results of a study funded by an EPA New England Wetland Program Development Grant. Scientists from the University of New England and the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve collaborated with the town of York, Maine, to develop a Comprehensive Wetland Program for the fringing salt marshes along the York River. In particular, we focused on the impacts of increased shoreline development pressure on the health of the riverís fringing marshes. In addition, the results of this study add to on-going efforts to develop indicators of salt marsh function, specifically for fringing salt marshes in New England.
Theme>Topic Landscape Characterization > *General
Watershed: York River
Town(s): York

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