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White Paper on the Status of Sudden Wetland Dieback in Saltmarshes of the Delaware Inland Bays

 Chris Bason, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays, Amy Jacobs, Andy Howard, & Melanie Tymes, Delaware
  14th-Nov-2008
Description: Sudden Wetland Dieback (SWD) is characterized by the rapid death of at least the above ground parts of saltmarsh vegetation or its failure to grow during a single or multiple growing seasons. Describes SWD research in the Inland Bays and recommends actions for monitoring and research.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Biology
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White Paper on the Status of Sudden Wetland Dieback in Saltmarshes of the Delaware Inland Bays, Winter 2007
Chris Bason, Delaware Center for the Inland Bays Amy Jacobs, Andy Howard, & Melanie Tymes, Delaware Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control February 28th, 2007
Sudden Wetland Dieback (SWD) is characterized by the rapid death of at least the above ground parts of saltmarsh veg ... See more

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