6 Spooky Things Happening in Your Estuary

Ghosts of estuaries present haunting our local waterways By Arie Ostry, Mollie Russell, and Katie Tanner It’s almost Halloween and we’re taking a deep dive into the scariest monsters haunting our local estuaries. From man-made intrusions to mother nature herself, there are plenty of threats to some of our most delicate and profitable ecosystems.   Some of these hauntings are clearly dangerous. Others have…

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Blue Carbon: an additional driver for restoring and preserving ecological services of coastal wetlands in Tampa Bay (FL, USA)

This review provides results from the Tampa Bay Blue Carbon Assessment, which quantified existing carbon stocks and identified the future carbon sequestration trajectories with respect to sea-level rise over the next 100 years. Examples are provided of how these data can be used to prioritize restoration efforts, support and enhance management decisions, and potentially attract new partners to support wetland restoration projects. 

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