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Environmental Impacts of Sea Level Rise in the Galveston Bay, Texas Region
Anthropogenic effects throughout the twenty-first century, particularly greenhouse gas emissions, have contributed to global climatic and environmental changes. Sea level rise (SLR) is one of these changes occurring along ...
Assessing short-term sediment accretion rates and hydrological influences on a microtidal estuarine wetland: Mustang Island, TX
As sea level rises there has been a growing concern whether salt marsh wetlands can withstand an accelerated rise in sea level by vertically accreting. Sediment accretion is a natural process that changes the elevation ...
Identifying habitat conservation needs for the endangered whooping crane along the Central Texas Coast
The Aransas-Wood Buffalo whooping cranes (Grus americana) make up the only natural self-sustaining population of these endangered migratory wading birds in the world. Human and natural pressures threaten habitat quantity, ...