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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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CESN Editorial Board

  1. Merryl Alber, CESN Editor, University of Georgia
  2. Janet Fang, CESN Science Writer/Managing EditorCoastal & Estuarine Research Federation
  3. Andrea Copping, Pacific Northwest National Lab
  4. Brett Dumbauld, USDA and Oregon State University
  5. Denise Sanger, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
  6. Mike Mallin, UNC Wilmington
  7. Robert Buchsbaum, Mass Audubon
  8. Jeff Clements, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  9. Jason Stutes, Geoengineers Inc.
  10. Erik Smith, North Inlet-Winyah Bay NERR
  11. Scott Martindale, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project
  12. Kimberly Cressman, Grand Bay NERR
  13. Brian Roberts, LUMCON
  14. Marcus Beck, Tampa Bay Estuary Program

2022 April

Runnels for Restoration
Blue Crabs in a Sea of Grass
Tracking Wastewater Contamination at Shellfish Farms
Will Genetic-Based Restoration Strategies Work for SAVs?

2022 February

What Factors Boost Oyster Filtration Services?
Modeling Transport in the Gulf of Mexico
What’s Up, Dock?
Getting to the Bottom of Hypoxia

2021 November

Catch My Drift: Stakeholder-driven Hydrodynamic Modeling
How Drones Help Manage the Coast
Should Coastal Defenses Be Moved Landward?
How Does Flooding Influence Nesting Success?

2021 October

2021 July

Measuring Vulnerability Along the East African Coastline
Can Sediment Supply Meet Demand in West Coast Marshes?
Capturing Change on Constantly Changing Barrier Islands
Managing Nitrogen With Oysters

2021 May

What Does Restoration Success Look Like?
Lessons From Two Decades of Native Oyster Restoration
Fishing in the City
Getting More Bang for the Buck in Marsh Restoration

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

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