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Ecosystem Dynamics publications

Ecosystem Dynamics
Wetlands, shoreline change, and physical, biological, and chemical processes

Assessing the Impact of Saltwater Intrusion in the Carolinas under Future Climatic and Sea Level Conditions
Prepared by Carolinas Integrated Sciences and Assessments at USC and S.C. Sea Grant Consortium
In this technical report, scientists investigated the threat of saltwater intrusion in the Yadkin-Pee Dee River basin under conditions influenced by ongoing and future climatic change with an emphasis on changes in the frequency and duration of saltwater intrusion events with increasing sea levels. 2012. 25 pp. VIEW PDF

Final Project Report: Chemical and Biological Contamination of Stormwater
Detention Pond Sediments in Coastal South Carolina

Prepared by John E. Weinstein, Ph.D., Kevin D. Crawford, Ph.D., and Thomas
R. Garner, M.S.
This technical report characterizes the chemical and biological contaminants
from sediment of 16 stormwater ponds located in suburban areas of Myrtle
Beach, Georgetown, Charleston, and Beaufort. 2008. 83 pp. VIEW PDF

State of Knowledge Report: South Carolina Coastal Wetland Impoundments

Daniel Tufford, Ph.D., University of South Carolina
This report includes a research summary from the mid-1980s to present, prior research and policy recommendations, a summary of active research and new recommendations, and a comprehensive cited reference list. 2008. 53 pp. FREE  VIEW PDF | ORDER

Coastal Heritage, Vol. 18, No. 3, Winter 2003
A Line in the Sand: Nourishing South Carolina's Beaches
Many beach communities want to stop erosion in its tracks. How long can they hold back the sea’s advance? 16 pp. FREE  VIEW PDF | VIEW TEXT | ORDER

Characterization of the Physical, Chemical, and Biological Conditions and Trends in Three South Carolina Estuaries: 1970-1985, Volume 1 and Volume 2
These volumes include detailed information and analyses for Charleston Harbor (Volume 1), Winyah Bay, and North Inlet estuaries. 1992. FREE  Vol 1: VIEW PDF    ORDER Vol 2

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