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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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2019 July

Swimming signals: Atlantic mummichog and urbanization
A birds-eye view of shoreline change
How to build “softer” seawalls
How can aquaculture curb eutrophication?

2019 May

Comparing the ecosystem filtration services of native and non-native oysters
Taking a holistic look at marsh sediment dynamics
Is plant diversity important for protecting coastal dunes?
Evaluating restored wetlands in Northern Gulf of Mexico

2019 March

Eelgrass habitat not a straightforward boon for oysters
Assessing the risks of harbor dredging on diamondback terrapins
Bridging the harbor: Do phytoplankton respond?
High temperatures and macroalgae make a deadly duo

2019 January

Breakwater Associated Morphological Changes Increase Estuary Flood Risk
Invertebrates as Indicators in Restored Marshes
Do oyster reefs protect nearby marsh?
Lights Out! Artificial light at night

2018 November

Healthy Habitat at Restored Reefs
Can Salt Marshes Keep Up with Rising Seas?
Tracking Marsh Response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Proving the Worth of Living Shorelines

2018 September

Three Decades of Change in a Long Island Sound Embayment
How Will Climate Change Affect Exposure to Vibrio
A New Standard for Greenhouse Gas Accounting
Quantifying Shoreline Movement Along Segments of Florida’s Coast

2018 July

     Mitigations by Wetlands Worldwide
     Fish Forays Into Seagrass
     Do Freshwater Diversions Benefit Wetlands?
     Tracking the Wild Horseshoe Crab

2018 May

182 Years of Change in Narragansett Bay
Regime Shifts Prevent Seagrass Recovery
Defining Nearshore Nurseries
Modeling Coastal Flood Hazards

2018 March

Do Seagrass Meadows Provide Refuge from Acidification?
Assessing Fish Responses to Drought
Living Shorelines’ Benthic Benefits
Blue Carbon in Tampa Bay

2018 January

Phragmites May Hatch More Male Terrapins
Chesapeake Marsh Area Remains Constant
Effects of Shoreline Stabilization
Horseshoe Crab Haven?

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