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A paper questioning the "rosy" assumptions of a group of coastal scientists regarding the ability of tidal marshes to compensate for climate change-driven sea-level rise was recently published

A paper questioning the "rosy" assumptions of a group of coastal scientists regarding the ability of tidal marshes to compensate for climate change-driven sea-level rise through accreting or building elevation was recently published in Nature Climate Change. The article can be viewed online here.

Citation: Parkinson, R.W., C. Craft, R. DeLaune, J.F. Donoghue, M. Kearney, J.F. Meeder, J. Morris and R.E. Turner. 2017. Marsh vulnerability to sea level rise. Nature Climate Change. Vol 7. November 2017:756.

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submitted Nov 11, 2017

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