Volume 30, Issue 6
High-Resolution Hydroacoustic Seafloor Classification of Sandy Environments in the German Wadden Sea
Benthic Foraminifera as Evidence of Paleoenvironmental Changes between 9400 and 8300 cal YBP at the Juréia-Itatins Ecological Station Paleolagoon (SP, Brasil)
Feasibility of Benthic Cover-Type Mapping in Turbid Waters near Estuaries Using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
Performance of Submerged Prefabricated Structures to Improve Sand Retention at Beach Nourishment Projects
The Relationship between Primary Production of Microphytobenthos and Tidal Cycle on the Hwaseong Mudflat, West Coast of Korea
Concentrations and Fluxes of Nutrients and Suspended Organic Matter in a Tropical Estuarine System: The Tinharé-Boipeba Islands Archipelago (Baixo Sul Baiano, Brazil)
Dune Vegetation and Insect Communities Vary with Barrier Beach Geomorphic Setting on Sapelo Island, United States
Top-Down Effects of an Exotic Serpulid Polychaete on Natural Plankton Assemblage of Estuarine and Brackish Systems in the SW Atlantic
Changes in Water Quality After the Construction of an Estuary Dam in the Geum River Estuary Dam System, Korea
Using Generalized Additive Modelling to Understand the Drivers of Long-Term Nutrient Dynamics in the Broadwater Estuary (a Subtropical Estuary), Gold Coast, Australia
Discussion of: Olea, R.A. and Coleman, J.L., Jr., 2014. A Synoptic Examination of Causes of Land Loss in Southern Louisiana as Related to the Exploitation of Subsurface Geological Resources. Journal of Coastal Research, 30(5), 1025–1044.
Reply to: Turner, R.E., 2014. Discussion of: Olea, R.A. and Coleman, J.L., Jr., 2014. A Synoptic Examination of Causes of Land Loss in Southern Louisiana as Related to the Exploitation of Subsurface Geologic Resources, Journal of Coastal Research, 30(5), 1025–1044; Journal of Coastal Research, 30(6), 1330–1334.
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