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Reading and Websites - Fall 2018
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First Impacts: Natural Systems Face Sea-Level Rise
VOLUME 31, NUMBER 3, Fall 2018            
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Reading and Websites

Fuller, Roger and Nancy Cofer-Shabica. “Marshes on the Move: A Manager’s Guide to Understanding and Using Model Results Depicting Potential Impacts of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Wetlands,” The Nature Conservancy and NOAA National Ocean Service Coastal Services Center, 2011. digitalcoast/pdf/marshes-on-the-move. pdf

McCalley, Matthew Owen. “GIS-Based Vulnerability Modeling of South Carolina Marsh Hammocks and Associated Species to Sea Level Rise,” Master’s Thesis, College of Charleston, 2012.

Miller, G.J., J.T. Morris and C. Wang. “Mapping salt marsh dieback and condition in South Carolina’s North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve using remote sensing,” AIMS Environmental Science, 2017.

Sandifer, Paul A., J.V. Miglarese, D.R. Calder, et al. Ecological characterization of the Sea Island coastal region of South Carolina and Georgia, Vol. III: Biological features of the characterization area, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1980.

Shelton, Stacy. “South Carolina: A Closer Look at Sea Level Rise on Cape Romain,” U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Open Spaces Blog, 2011.

Stalter, Richard, John Baden, and Dwight Kincaid. “The Vascular Flora at Three Abandoned Rice Fields, Georgetown, South Carolina: A 39 Year Comparison.” Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Vol. 1, 2007.

Strand, Ginger. “A Safe Place to Land,” The Nature Conservancy Magazine, April/May 2016.

Whitaker, J. David, et al. “An Ecological Characterization of Coastal Hammock Islands in South Carolina,” S.C. Department of Natural Resources, 2004. handle/10827/11160

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