alexa The Effects of Non-Native Grasses on Marsh and Aquatic Ecosystems

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The Effects of Non-Native Grasses on Marsh and Aquatic Ecosystems

Tidal marsh systems serve as great examples of dynamic ecosystems that can provide numerous lessons in restoration ecology. The ecosystem services which are provided by naturally functioning marsh habitats, in conjunction with the diverse assemblages of nekton which utilize those habitats, have long been underappreciated. Unfortunately, misplaced beliefs and unintentional but harmful actions persist in the face of some of the most large-scale and coordinated scientific efforts towards achieving the preservation, remediation, and reclamation of these spatially dynamic systems.

Citation: Ozbay G, Roeske K, Chintapenta LK, Kalavacharla V, Stone M, et al. (2014) Land Use Impacts: The Effects of Non-Native Grasses on Marsh and Aquatic Ecosystems. J Ecosys Ecograph 4: 151.

 
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