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Moving from generalisations to specificity about mangrove-saltmarsh dynamics

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Rogers, K., and Krauss, K.W., 2018, Moving from generalisations to specificity about mangrove-saltmarsh dynamics: Wetlands, Online First, https://doi.org/10.1007/s13157-018-1067-9.

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Spatial and temporal variability in factors influencing mangrove establishment and survival affects the distribution of mangrove, particularly near their latitudinal limit, where mangrove expansion into saltmarsh is conspicuous. In this paper the spatial variability in mangrove distribution and variability in factors influencing mangrove establishment and survival during the Quaternary period are reviewed, focussing on research at latitudinal limits in Australia and mainland USA. Despite similarities in the response of mangrove to some drivers, the expression of these drivers is both spatially and temporally variable, demonstrating the need for analyses of mangrove-saltmarsh dynamics to move beyond generalisations and incorporate regional [...]

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Kerrylee Rogers, Ken W. Krauss
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Springer

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