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Coastal & Estuarine Science News (CESN)

Coastal & Estuarine Science News (CESN) is a free electronic publication providing brief summaries of select articles from the journal Estuaries & Coasts that emphasize management applications of scientific findings.

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2021 March

Managed Ponds Offer Ample Zooplankton for Juvenile Salmon
Has Nutrient Loading to Chesapeake Bay Decreased?
Shorebirds Eat at Night, Too
Tracking Seagrass Survival in Virginia’s Long-Running Restoration Efforts

 

 

2021 January

Invasive Seaweed May Benefit Juvenile Salmon
How Many Herbivores Can a Turtlegrass Meadow Support?
The Resilience of Texas Estuaries to Hurricane Harvey
Predicting the Future of Seagrass Ecosystems in a Warmer World

2020 November

Derelict Crab Traps Continue to Kill for Years
How Plants Influence the Resilience of Wetlands to Sea Level Rise
10 Questions to Ask About the Future of Tidal Marshes
A New Technique for Mapping Hard-Bottom Habitats

2020 September

Prior Land Use Affects Wetland Recovery
Fine-Scale Maps Offer Clearer View of Seagrass Dynamics
What Happens When Coastal Farmlands are Flooded for Restoration?
Oil Platforms Can Serve as Artificial Reefs

2020 July

Identifying the Susceptibility of New Zealand Estuaries to Eutrophication
San Francisco Case Study Uncovers Warning Signs in the Bay
Eutrophic Cove Improves After Two-Decade Delay
One Hundred Years of Shrimp Farming

2020 May

Modeling Coastal Marsh Restoration Benefits in the Gulf of Mexico
Marshes Continue Nitrogen Removal Services Despite Oil Spill
Satellite Images Provide Synoptic Pictures of Hurricane Damage and Recovery
Can Conservation Mitigate Flood Risks in Coastal Cities?

2020 March

The End of "Statistical Significance"?
It's Complicated: Constructed Oyster Reefs and Wave Height
Not Too Shallow, Not Too Deep: Helping Seagrass to Shine
A Regional Model for Wetlands Restoration

 

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